Roadgrip Airports have completed runway rubber removal and runway paint removal works in Honduras, Central America.
Focusing on airfield maintenance and runway safety, works consisted of 4800m2 of rubber removal to the landing zone and 540m2 of paint removal on the centreline at Toncontin international Airport (TGU), Tegucigalpa. The team also completed 12000m2 of rubber removal and 1161m2 of paint removal in Ramon Villeda Morales International Airport (SAP), San Pedro Sula.
Using our bespoke, fully containerised ultra high pressure (UHP) water blasting unit, the team worked in short windows throughout the night to complete the project in good time with minimal disruption to air traffic.
Our UHP container is now packed and on its way to our next job. Well done team!
If you would like to know more about our airfield maintenance, rubber removal, hydroblasting and runway paint removal services, please contact us or take a look at Roadgrip Airports.