New runway construction

A U.S Airways jet lands at Ft. Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport, Monday, June 4, 2012, framed by two cranes with pile drivers. Crews are driving 60 test piles for the 2,700 that will be needed for the bridge that will be part of the elevated expanded South runway. Airport spokesman Greg Meyer said the cranes posed an engineering challenge because of height restrictions and the need to coordinate with the FAA when working or moving the tall equipment.
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( Joe Cavaretta, Sun Sentinel / June 4, 2012 )

A U.S Airways jet lands at Ft. Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport, Monday, June 4, 2012, framed by two cranes with pile drivers. Crews are driving 60 test piles for the 2,700 that will be needed for the bridge that will be part of the elevated expanded South runway. Airport spokesman Greg Meyer said the cranes posed an engineering challenge because of height restrictions and the need to coordinate with the FAA when working or moving the tall equipment.

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