I hope this finds you well and Airfield Systems prosperous. Attached is a photo of the last Airfield Systems AirPave geocell road project we installed across 9,400 square feet of the and top of dam on a flood control structure in Pottawatomie County. The May rains filled the water impoundment to the point that water flowed two feet deep through the auxiliary spillway (and across the AirPave geocell road).
In the photo, the permanent pool of water is seen on the right and the auxiliary spillway is seen on the left. The strip of dry ground between the two pools of water is our AirPave geocell road.
My technician reports that there was no damage to the road or AirPave geocell and that only a small area (less than one full unit of geocell) was exposed after the extensive flow of water. The logs you see across the road indicate the maximum water level.
Thought you would enjoy seeing a significant test of product.
Robert W. Toole, CPESC
Oklahoma Conservation Commission
Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation Program Director