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  • Yakutat, AK — Rehabilitation of Culvert Under Runway

    Snap-Tite® Lines Oval Culvert under Remote Alaskan Airport Taxiway, Flights Resume as Scheduled Background The city of Yakutat is situated in a remote southeast region of Alaska, along the Gulf of Alaska. Its name means “the place where canoes rest.” The isolated location is accessible only by air, boat or barge and has limited services available. The city has an airport – Yakutat Airport; and because of the area’s remoteness, the airport is vital to the transport of goods and... View Article

  • Gulfport, MS — Snap-Tite Keeps Airport Up and Running

    Mississippi Airport Keeps Runways and Taxiways Open While Repairing Old Culverts Located Underneath The Problem The Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport in Gulfport, Mississippi was undertaking an airport improvement project that included repairing, repaving and adding new runways and taxiways. As part of this improvement project, the airport discovered several aging and deteriorating drainage culverts under the existing runways/taxiways. The old reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) culverts were starting to separate so the airport decided this was the best time to repair them... View Article