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  • Are any airports in Alaska or Canada familiar with this product? I would really like to hear from someone that truly deals with temperatures that would test this or any other pavement patch product.

  • Let us know how it goes. Universal problem with everyone, universal budget problem with everyone as well.

  • Mac replied to the topic Hot Spots in the forum Safety / Security 1 year ago

    Very good information here guys. Train, train, train, and re-train. Complacency kills.

  • Mac replied to the topic Osha vs E.P.A. who rules???? in the forum Safety / Security 1 year ago

    Both entities should be applicable to sustaining safety regulations. Identify each role they play at your airport and continue to train your personnel in both areas. There is a great deal of information out there that can assist you in remaining compliant. Use it.

  • Mac replied to the topic All-Tech Solutions in the forum Products 1 year ago

    I hear this newer product does a fantastic job in all-weather situations. Dry’s extremely fast and has weight bearing capabilities much quicker than asphalt and concrete, because of cure time. Pretty damn important in high traffic areas such as airport ramps.

  • Mac replied to the topic COMPLIANCE QUESTION in the forum FAA Regulations 1 year ago

    Does the FAA require an airport to update the AEP and the ACM annually?

  • Mac replied to the topic COMPLIANCE QUESTION in the forum FAA Regulations 1 year ago

    This is really good information. I followed up with a look at the AC 150/5200-18c and have “book marked” it. Do you know what determines if an airport must use an airport emergency plan? Size?

  • Mac replied to the topic Asphalt Patch in the forum Ground Maintenance 2 years ago

    Make sure you thoroughly clean out hole leaving it free of moisture. If you are milling out a section, you should have no less than 3 inches in depth. Small patches can be tampered down or even ran over with a vehicle tire but larger patches need a roller. Do the edges first and work your way to the middle.

  • I purchased a DSR Pro-Series about 4 years ago and it has been extremely dependable. Cold starts and jumping dead batteries have not been an issue.

  • Mac started the topic Airport Manager in the forum Employment 2 years ago

    San Bernardino County 80 reviews – San Bernardino County, CA
    $64,314 – $88,504 a year
    FUTURE SALARY INCREASES
    2.0% Effective July 22, 2017
    3.0% Effective July 21, 2018

    The Department of Airports is recruiting for an Airport Manager to oversee the direction and administration of the day-to-day operations of a group of airports. The incumbent…[Read more]

  • Mac replied to the topic Runway light cleanig equipment in the forum Equipment 2 years ago

    Are you from the snow belt or sunbelt? Do you work at an airport? If so, sand build-up from winter friction applications can become a clean-up problem in those areas around lights. Grass clippings from mowing around lights creates the same challenges—it all has to be removed by someone or something.

  • Mac replied to the topic Pavement Repair in the forum Ground Maintenance 2 years ago

    Where you from Vito? What type of asphalt patching material do use or recommend? What type of sealer? What is the “life expectancy” and weight bearing capacities for asphalt? Do you know of any asphalt professional companies during runway pavement work at airports in your area?

  • Mac replied to the topic MIOSHA QUESTI0N in the forum Safety / Security 2 years ago

    This is a MIOSHA (OSHA) thing. It is also a safety thing when it comes to locations that may have open flame and or welding nearby. It is just a good practice regardless of regulations.

  • When does the FAA post season analysis begin? How much input do pilots have?

  • Mac started the topic Runway light cleanig equipment in the forum Equipment 2 years ago

    Is anyone using a front-mounted combination plow/broom on their tractors?

  • March 11–Terrified passengers aboard an Alaska Airlines flight to San Diego said they frantically screamed for the pilot to stop the plane when they noticed a Logan International Airport worker in the cherry-picker of a de-icing truck had become hooked onto the wing — but despite their cries, the person was injured when the vehicle flipped over,…[Read more]

  • The goal of the research discussed in this report is to address risk assessment for storm water and its attractiveness to water dependent bird species on airports. Storm water best management practices (BMP) are used to control the quantity and quality of storm water on airports. The FAA provides guidelines to address storm water management and…[Read more]

  • Mac started the topic Airport Manager in the forum Employment 2 years ago

    City of Denton, TX – Denton, TX
    $75,000 – $89,000 a year

    Responsible for professional, administrative work, assists with the management and operation of the airport in accordance with legal requirements, rules and regulations governing the use of airport facilities and performs related duties as assigned. Work is performed under the general…[Read more]

  • Mac started the topic Employee Investing in the forum Safety / Security 2 years ago

    T/F Airports that invest in their Airport Operations and Airfield Maintenance staff (e.g., training, equipment, winter event support) see better performance year round and less employee turnover?

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