The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued errata for advisory circular, AC 150/5370-10H, the agency’s standard specifications for airport construction.
Gary Mitchell, ACPA Vice President of Airports and Pavement Technology, says the document mostly corrects typos and clarifies language. He adds one notable revision is language that allows an additional option for collecting straightedge data using a rolling inclinometer. Click here to see a “landing” page that includes a link to the complete list of errata, as well as the revised AC in both Word and PDF formats.
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