Case Study

Salt Lake City Airport Construction Project – Keeping The Water Clean


Beginning in 2019, IRONCLAD Environmental Solutions has been integral to ground and storm water management for a number of large, highly complex projects at Salt Lake City International Airport. To begin with, existing jet fuel lines and underground storage tanks were compromised, leaking petroleum contaminants and requiring dewatering for any excavations of more than three feet.

At the same time, the airport is undergoing the construction of three new terminals, building a rail transportation tunnel, and installing underground utilities, all of which also require dewatering due to ground and storm water.

For the tunnel project, dewatering was required on excavations under three feet in depth, and the transportation system required a depth of 80 feet at a length of 500 yards. To accomplish these massive projects and meet specific requirements, IRONCLAD assisted with the installation of well casings, piping, pumping, and filtration of all water generated.


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