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Public Notice, March, 2021

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND OPPORTUNITY TO COMMENT ON
PROPOSED REVENUE BONDS, REFUNDING BONDS
AND OTHER OBLIGATIONS TO BE ISSUED BY
THE METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON AIRPORTS AUTHORITY
FOR REAGAN NATIONAL AND DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS

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Notice is hereby given that the METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON AIRPORTS AUTHORITY (“Airports Authority”) will conduct a public hearing on April 8, 2021, starting at 4:00 p.m. The subject of the hearing will be the issuance by the Airports Authority of tax-exempt revenue bonds, refunding bonds and other Airports Authority obligations (collectively, “Bonds”), pursuant to an Airports Authority plan of financing of “airport facilities” (as that term is defined in 26 U.S.C. §142(a)(1)) which are owned and operated or to be owned and operated by the Airports Authority at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (“Reagan National”), 2401 Smith Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22202, and Washington Dulles International Airport (“Dulles International”), 1 Saarinen Circle, Dulles, Virginia 20166. This public hearing is being held pursuant to the federal Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982 and 26 U.S.C. §147(f).

PLAN OF FINANCING FOR AIRPORT FACILITIES
The Airports Authority plan of financing provides for the issuance of Bonds in the aggregate principal amount not to exceed $1,053,879,612 for airport facilities located at Reagan National and Bonds in the aggregate principal amount not to exceed $2,361,719,388 for airport facilities located at Dulles International (collectively, “Maximum Bond Amounts”) through 2025.
The Airports Authority presently anticipates funding the airport facilities at Reagan National and Dulles International through a combination of Airports Authority funds, Bond proceeds, the proceeds of bond anticipation notes and short-term commercial paper, federal grants, passenger facility charges, and the investment earnings on the proceeds of all such financing vehicles.
As part of its plan of financing, the Airports Authority expects to issue, at different times, revenue Bonds or refunding Bonds in several series of different amounts (not to exceed in the aggregate the Maximum Bond Amounts), with the timing, amounts and number of Bond issues depending upon the needs for funds and market conditions. As required by law, these Bonds will not pledge the credit of the Commonwealth of Virginia or any political subdivision thereof, or of the District of Columbia, but will be payable solely from revenues of the Airports Authority derived from its operation of Reagan National and Dulles International.

PUBLIC HEARING AND OPPORTUNITY TO COMMENT
All interested persons are invited to participate in this public hearing and present verbal or written comments regarding the Airports Authority plan of financing, the anticipated issuance of the Bonds and the airport facilities to be financed by the Bonds. The public hearing will consist of an informal public information session that will begin at 4:00 p.m. and a public comment session that will begin at 4:15 p.m.

To participate or provide comments, the public may join the public hearing via telephone at 888-557-8511 (Toll Free); Access Code: 9920925 or via Zoom app at https://mwaa.zoom.us/j/89607722476?pwd=VWFHcUEyNXFLSm1xcGFkd3ZCelNxdz09; Passcode: 734231.

Written comments regarding the plan of financing, the anticipated issuance of Bonds, and the airport facilities to be financed by the Bonds may also be submitted to the Airports Authority, on or before 1:00 p.m. on April 8, 2021, by email sent to bondholders.information@mwaa.com.

A description of the airport facilities to be financed under the Airports Authority plan of financing follows this notice.

Issued by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
March 31, 2021

METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON AIRPORTS AUTHORITY
PUBLIC HEARING UNDER THE TAX EQUITY AND FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY ACT ON FINANCING THE CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM AT RONALD REAGAN WASHINGTON NATIONAL AND WASHINGTON DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS

April 8, 2021

I. PLAN OF FINANCE FOR CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM

PLAN OF FINANCE FOR CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
Projects in the Capital Construction Program for Ronald Reagan Washington National and Washington Dulles International Airports will be funded from grants, Passenger Facility Charges (PFCs), and bonds issued by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, including the commercial paper program. These projects are projected to take place in the period between October 2020 and 2025. The table below reflects the source of funds for the capital program.

Location of CCP projects at the two airports are shown on pages 4 and 5. Financial information relating to all the CCP projects is presented on pages 6 through 10. Descriptions of the projects are given in Part III, beginning on page 13. With minor exceptions, it is expected that all of these projects will be financed, at least in part, by bonds issued by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority.

II. CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM

RONALD REAGAN WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM (CCP) PROJECTS

WASHINGTON DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM (CCP) PROJECTS

III. CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS

CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM – PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS
The amount shown with the project description is the total cumulative cost estimate for the project.

CCP Projects at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

Roads

10506 Roadway Improvements Phase 5, $13,779,000. This project provides for roadway improvements to increase capacity to roadways. The project includes new lanes, intersections and merge areas, reconfiguration of existing road alignments, traffic controls, and additional wayfinding.

Buildings

10409 New North Concourse Enabling Projects - COB (Demolition and Relocation), $21,226,836.
10411 NNC Enabling Projects, $82,047,748.
10414 New North Concourse, $393,883,000.

A new concourse north of existing Terminal C to accommodate the hardstand gates adjacent to Hangars 11 and 12 will be constructed. A new pier-concourse connected to Terminal B/C will provide no more than 14 contact gates to replace the 14 hardstand gates. Certain enabling projects such as Corporate Office Building and Hangar 11 and 12 demolition, tenant relocation, triturator, utility plant upgrades, and special systems infrastructure are also included.

10412 Secure National Hall, $262,019,000.
10413 Secure National Hall Enabling Projects (South/North Checkpoint), $7,822,197.

The secure National Hall project provides for Terminal B/C improvements to convert National Hall into a post security secure area. Security screening check points will be developed on the north and south end of Terminal B/C. Certain enabling projects such as implementation of special systems and tenant/Airports Authority relocations are also included.

10522 Terminal A General Rehabilitation, $64,493,000.This project provides funding to identify elements of the existing Terminal A for repairs and rehabilitation. The intent of the project is to increase the useful life of the facility and its systems. Project scope will be prioritized and executed as it is recognized.

10567 Relocation of Office of Public Safety, Engineering, and Airport Engineering and Maintenance, $27,648,000.
This project is an enabling project required to facilitate the reconfiguration and improvements of the roadways at Reagan National. Airport facilities and staff currently located at the maintenance shops, East and West Buildings will be relocated to accommodate the new roadway improvements.

10592 Terminal C Bag Room Renovations, $64,700,000. This is a tenant performed project to support modifications to the outbound baggage handling system in Terminal C to accommodate additional airline activity and the New North Concourse. Work includes common ticket level agent counter (check-in) to bag room processing, new make-up carousel, relocation of the TSA screening station, relocation of the tug charging stations (south), modification to utility conduits, and new baggage handling system equipment and control room.

10726 Live Fire Training Facility Improvements (DCA/IAD), $5,235,000 (Total Project, $10,470,000). This project provides for a master plan study, design, and construction of a modern firefighters’ training facility to meet FAA training requirements. The facility will include new and rehabilitated fuselage, galley, wheel well, and cockpit propane-fueled training props with automated controls. This project is located at Dulles International and the costs will be allocated to both Airports.

10728 Terminal A Planning, Programming, Schematic and Enabling Project Design, $5,352,000.
This project provides for the planning and programming efforts in support of the Terminal A development program. This includes design efforts for all enabling projects, including additional restroom design/construction, terminal interim general rehabilitation including baggage improvements, ticket counter relocation, improved gates and boarding bridges, banjo additions, special systems, utility/HVAC modifications, and asbestos abatement.

10729 Terminal A Hardening and Safety, $4,768,000. This project will improve security and safety measures and associated infrastructure for Terminal A. These improvements include a hardened barrier in front of the terminal, enhanced lighting and CCTV surveillance, enhanced vehicular and passenger flows, improve pedestrian safety railing, and bus stops.

Airfield Facilities

10461 TV-900 Airfield Electric Vault Relocation, $15,010,000.
10480 South Campus Airfield Facilities, $49,111,000.

Hold Apron 1 and Pad B will be expanded to accommodate addition aircraft for departure holds and sequencing, parking, circulation, and deicing operations during winter snow events. The TV 900 electric vault will be relocated and the emergency generator replaced.

10479 Airfield Pavement Rehabilitation Program, $28,000,000. The program consists of a multi-year effort to repair and or rehabilitate existing deteriorated airfield pavements. Pavement repairs are prioritized based on Pavement Condition Index analysis and airfield operational constraints. This project also includes the maintenance of the Pavement Management System.

10713 Airfield Geometry Requirements, $27,718,000. This project provides for planning, design and construction of various non-standard geometry improvements such as runway/taxiway intersections, Runway Incursion Mitigation (RIM)/Runway 19 hold bay alignment, and other areas. These improvements will bring the airfield into compliance with new FAA geometric standards.

10714 Taxiway N Relocation Phase 1, $10,602,000. This project will relocate a portion of Taxiway N to increase the runway centerline to taxiway centerline separation distance to meet FAA standards. This phase 1 project includes shifting the taxiway from the intersection of Runway 1-19 to the taxilane between the current north pier and the New North Concourse.

Parking Facilities

3167 Parking Revenue Control System Replacement, $7,449,000. This project includes the replacement of the existing parking revenue control system with a system that includes enhanced security encryption to satisfy outside financial and credit industry standards.

10629 Structured Parking Garage, $97,917,000. A multi-level parking garage with approximately 1,600 parking spaces will be constructed. The project also includes major utility relocation, stormwater management, and remediation of petroleum impacted soils.

Utility Systems

10436 Campus Utility Distribution and Central Plant Improvements Phase 2, $20,610,000. Improvements are needed to an aging central utility plant system in order to maintain heating and cooling requirements for existing and future facilities. This project provides for campus-wide control and distribution equipment, variable speed motors/drives; refurbish five existing cooling towers, new cooling tower, and connecting Hangar 7 and Garage A to the utility plant distribution.

10449 Replace Emergency Generators, $694,000.
10459 Switchgear Upgrade, $4,568,000.
10460 Power Distribution Upgrades Phase 3, $2,314,000.
10604 Power Cable Replacement, $1,398,000.

Electrical upgrades are needed to replace end-of-life systems/components to meet the new demand due to facility development. These project will replace electrical switchgear (approximately four systems), voltage terminations, T-bodies, and stress cones, upgrade feeders and breakers, and replace end-of-life medium voltage cable.

10501 Pump Station and Force Main Rehabilitation, $31,584,524. The south sanitary pump station that serves the airport is nearly 60 years old and near capacity. Upgrades and potential replacement of the wet well capacity, pumps, and controls to continue to serve existing and future development will be performed. The three campus force mains are aged and deteriorated and have reached capacity and need full-length replacement. Additionally, the main trunk fed by the three force mains and extending into Crystal City, VA needs replacement as it is aged beyond useful life as well.

100041 Electrical System 35kV Service Switch Replacement, $1,029,000. This project will replace the existing Airport Electrical Distribution System manual 35kV Service disconnect switches with automatic disconnect switches that can be remotely operated to isolate the Airport’s Electrical Distribution System from the Dominion Power Utility Service.

100042 Electrical System 5kV South Distribution Center Relocation and Replacement, $6,567,584. This project will provide for the construction phase of the Electrical System 5kV South Distribution Center (SDC) relocation and replacement. This 5kV Electrical Distribution Center provides electrical service to all landside and airside facilities south of the South Hangar Line. The existing SDC is located within the Economy Parking Lot, taking up eight parking spaces. The design relocates the SDC, 750 feet south and east to a location outside of the Parking Lot and provides an environmental controlled walk-in enclosure.

Technology

3226 DCA Next Generation Public Safety Communication System, $13,485,650. This project is for the implementation of the Next Generation Radio Communications Systems, including radio replacements, and audio and recording management system upgrade.

10489 DCA Infrastructure Modernization and Integration Services, $9,533,000. This project facilitates the convergence of disparate data and voice networks across the Airports Authority. The project components include business cases, assessments, design and implementation of network infrastructure to address singles points of failure including the physical data network, SONET Ring and legacy business telephone system technologies.

10491 Digital Display Program (DCA/IAD), $2,011,000 (Total Project, $4,022,000). This project will refresh end of life displays and fund the rollout of new technologies to enhance the traveling public’s experience. It includes gate information displays, directories/wayfinding, customer service kiosks, emergency messaging, visual paging, countdown clocks, etc.

10493 DCA Public Safety Technology Systems Replacement, $7,612,000. This project provides for the development and implementation strategy to converge the Airports Authority’s public safety systems. The project includes analysis, architecture, design and integration services for the replacement of the end of life systems such as 911, CrashNet security system with a federated solution.

10720 Enterprise Mobile Applications and Website Implementation (DCA/IAD), $2,011,000 (Total Project, $4,022,000). Passenger centric technologies including passenger information system, mobile applications, website services, wayfinding will be designed, developed and implemented.

100065 SecNet Technology Refresh Program (DCA/IAD), $8,240,827 (Total Project, $16,481,654). Stabilization, consolidation, standardization, and modernization of the Airports Authority’s security systems, including security network modernization.

100121Design and Rollout of Airport Technology Systems $4,636,860 (Total Project, $9,273,720). This project provides funding to solution end of life applications that support airport operations.

100129 Video Management Security System Refresh (DCA/IAD), $2,000,000 (Total Project, $4,000,000). Design, procurement, and rollout of a consolidated Video Management System to service both airports more effectively and efficiently as CCTV security needs have increased in complexity over time.

100130 Public Safety and Security Program (DCA/IAD), $1,809,525 (Total Project, $3,619,050). Study, design, and consolidation of security network and Public Safety initiatives to avoid redundancies in the development, rollout, and management of systems across all campuses.

Other

10229 Police Range and Training Facility (DCA/IAD), $8,157,500 (Total Project, $16,315,000). This project will provide funding for Phase 1, to include the re-development of the existing range to serve the Airports Authority’s police firearm training and certification requirements. The project will include two pistol ranges, a rifle range, target and bullet trap systems, a training building, ancillary supply buildings, utility laterals from the Shops 2 area, and lead remediation at the old range. The project will create the ability to lease or contract a dedicated pistol range to a second jurisdiction (the Airports Authority is working closely with Arlington County), and to share rifle and training classroom space in an effort to cost-share and economize. The project will also perform additional assessment of the range to provide health and safety facility improvements to mitigate any hazardous conditions that are identified.

10401 DCA Other Planning and Programming, $11,633,000. Planning studies are conducted at a comprehensive, system, or individual project level to define alternatives, preferred site locations, airfield simulations, obstruction surveys, cost estimates, and cost-benefit analysis to identify and define projects to support the Capital Construction Program. Additionally, environmental and FAA mandated submittals are prepared.

10466 Perimeter Security Fence, $3,677,000.
Security across the airport will be expanded, enhanced and upgraded to maintain integrity of the secure area.

10516 DCA Aerial Imagery and Contour Lines, $888,762. This project provides for high quality color digital aerial imagery with 1-foot topography for the purpose of planning, design, and construction activities. Imagery will be updated once every other year or on an as-needed basis.

10727 Severe Storm Resiliency Improvements, $5,817,000. The Airport is susceptible to severe weather events such as flooding, tornados, hurricanes and associated storm surge, and other natural hazards including earthquakes. This project will conduct an assessment, and evaluate the risk and vulnerabilities. The assessment will guide the development of recommendations to improve airport resiliency.

100040 DCA Signage and Wayfinding Masterplan, $4,868,000. This establishes an allowance for future implementation of wayfinding and signage improvements based on the findings/recommendations of a Wayfinding and Signage Master Plan Study.

CCP Projects at Washington Dulles International Airport

Roads

10667 Access Highway Road Improvement Phase 2, $14,325,000. Asphalt overlay between Centreville Road and Wiehle Avenue to alleviate the remaining distresses. In addition, some sections of the highway between Wiehle Avenue and the eastern terminus are expected to require some rehabilitation.

10668 Commercial Curb 3rd Lane Expansion and Terminal Roadway Improvements, $7,447,000. This project is for the creation of a third commercial lane through the bowl parking lot with an adjacent curb. For-hire vehicles including transportation network company vehicles are among the expected users for this curb. The project also includes improvements on Saarinen Circle that will provide enhanced capacity and safety. These improvements include additional lanes, extended merge areas, and improved signage and markings.

10708 Access Highway Road Improvements Phase 1, $17,446,000. Asphalt overlay of approximately three miles of dual lane road in both directions from Saarinen Circle to just east of Centreville Road will be completed. Additionally, select ramps in both directions will be overlayed and other areas of the Access Highway will be improved as needed.

100122 Resurfacing of Arrivals and Departure Ramps, $7,000,000. This project repairs and resurfaces the concrete on the Arrivals and Departures Ramps at the Main Terminal. The project will resurface the decks with new concrete, water proofing membrane and install new expansion joints.

Building

10230 Cargo Building Rehabilitation Phase 1 and 2, $8,127,000. This project provides for a multi-phase project to rehabilitate Cargo Buildings 1, 2, 3, and 4. Scope includes life safety requirements, deteriorating roofs and canopies.

10450 Concourse C/D Enhancements Phase 1, $29,287,482. Concourse C/D requires several enhancements to maintain and/or increase operational efficiencies. This project includes concessionaire delivery elevator access, boiler replacements, electric panel board replacement, electric feeder/duct bank replacement, electric substation replacement, fuel line system improvements, and rooftop air conditioner replacements.

10564 45025 Aviation Drive Building Rehabilitation, $4,992,000. This project provides for rehabilitation and improves this 40-year old JP Morgan Chase Building. These improvements include: Roof replacement, HVAC improvements, exterior building panel replacement, public toilet room renovations, wall air conditioning circulation unit rehabilitation, boiler replacement, and other repairs as described in the building assessment.

10565 Dulles East Building Rehabilitation, $4,511,000. This project provides for rehabilitation and improvements to the 40-year old Dulles East Building. These improvements include: exterior building panel and mullion replacement, public toilet
room renovations, replacement of perimeter fan coil AC/heating units, air handling unit replacements, pumps/motor/control unit replacements, building-wide ADA compliance, and other repairs as described in the building assessment.

10636 Concourse C/D Enhancements Phase 2, $63,292,789. This project will provide upgrades to Concourse C/D, including: replacement of 20 electrical panel boards, fuel line system upgrades, elevator and escalator monitoring control expansion, electric substation and motor control centers, concession plumbing investigations, apron rehabilitation, and mobile lounge dock pavement rehabilitation.

10669 Concourse A/B Gates Upgrades and Roof Replacement, $20,248,905. This project will provide upgrades to Concourse A/B, including: A380 gate upgrades, construction of a 2-gate sterile corridor, international gate conversion (two gates), and roof replacement for the B gates (16 gates).

10670 Aircraft Gate Expansion, $60,606,000. This project will evaluate concepts and alternatives to construct additional gates in the terminal/midfield area. Approximately six gates will be constructed.

10672 IAB Capacity Enhancements, $26,447,000. This project will implement a “one stop” CBP processing concept which would blend primary screening to include both passport control and customs function and locate secondary screening adjacent to primary screening. Approximately 15,000 sq. ft. facility addition will be accompanied by interior reconfiguration which will enhance the functional layout.

10674 Main Terminal Roof Replacement, $10,194,095. This project will replace the entire self-adhered membrane, of the main terminal roof and the rooftop of the adjacent Z Gate Terminal An existing condition survey will be conducted to determine the best repair solution.

10675 Baggage Handling System Improvements Inbound and Outbound, $27,548,000. This project will address shortcoming of the inbound and outbound systems. Improvements may include updated baggage conveyance equipment, additional baggage conveyance routes and other infrastructure improvements. It will also adapt carousel capacity for domestic, international, and precleared flights.

10676 Main Terminal Ticket Counter Capacity Expansion, $1,324,000. This project will evaluate and implement an increase to existing ticketing capacity through a variety of methods including the use of kiosks, additional ticketing counters on the south side of the ticketing level, and CUTE/CUPPS technology.

10686 Shops and Warehouse Building Renovation, $1,839,000. The shops and warehouse building will be renovated to more efficiently align Engineering and Maintenance functions. The warehouse storage space available will be increased to meet requirements and the Sign Shop will be relocated to the building. Additionally, the swing spaces will be enhanced to better accommodate snow crews during weather events.

10712 Concourse A/B Upgrades, $1,370,000. Upgrades are needed to accommodate international traffic. Design only funds for: Creating a sterile corridor for Gates B64 – B69, converting two narrow-body gates to wide-body gates with double boarding bridges, and creating an A380 gate by combining two narrow-body gates.

10726 Live Fire Training Facility Improvements (DCA/IAD), $5,235,000 (Total Project, $10,470,000). This project provides for a master plan study, design, and construction of a modern firefighters’ training facility to meet FAA training requirements. The facility will include new and rehabilitated fuselage, galley, wheel well, and cockpit propane-fueled training props with automated controls. This project is located at Dulles International and the cost will be allocated to the Airports.

100039 Concourse C/D Lounge Shell Construction, $34,336,000. This project will construct a building core and shell (for future build-out by others) from the existing Concourse C, encompassing approximately 23,000 square feet. The structure will be a two-level structure, with a premium lounge occupying the second (terminal) level, and bag room occupying the ground (apron) level.

100123 Widen Escalators to Tunnel from Ground Transportation Center, $3,250,000. This project studies and designs a possible widening of the bank of escalators between the Metro/Garage 1 connector tunnel and the Ground Transportation Center in the Main Terminal. Since the escalators will experience an increase in passenger traffic when the Metrorail opens with only one escalator in each direction, the study will determine if the escalator bank can be increased to allow additional capacity for passenger conveyance.

100124 Main Terminal Concrete Column Rehabilitation, $3,000,000. This project repairs and restores the spalled and chipped concrete surfaces of the Main Terminal columns.

100125 Remote Gate Electrification, $1,519,000. This project provides funding for electrical feeder installation and purchase of Ground Power Units and Pre-Conditioned Air Units for the Remote Apron.

Airfield Facilities

10348 Concourse A /B H ydrant Fueling Cathodic Protection System, $ 1,433,000. This project funds design and installation of improvements to the aging cathodic protection system in selected areas of the Hydrant Fueling Distribution system. The enhanced protection system will ensure integrity of the fuel distribution system.

10353 Airfield Pavement Rehabilitation Program, $32,890,450. The program consists of a multi-year effort to repair and or rehabilitate existing deteriorated airfield pavements. Pavement repairs are prioritized based on Pavement Condition Index analysis and airfield operational constraints. This project also includes the maintenance of the Pavement Management System.

10607 Airfield Pavement Panel Replacement, $127,612,000. This project will include reconstruction and widening of portions of Taxilane B, reconstruction of sections of apron at B gates, reconstruction of north Runway 1C/19C high speed taxiways, reconstruction of Taxiways Y2, Y3, Y4, and Y5, reconstruction of portions of Taxilane A, and Pavement Management System Updates.

10677 Runway 1R-19L Design and Emergency Repairs, $32,441,000. This project consists of the design for the reconstruction of Runway 1R-19L. It also includes any emergency repairs to maintain the runway in serviceable condition until the reconstruction can occur.

10717 Taxiway S and W-5 Design, $4,071,000. This project funds design for Taxiway S and W5 which will increase airfield efficiencies and reduce delays particularly when aircraft are utilizing R/W 1L/19R and 1C/19C. Additionally, during weather events these taxiways will reduce delays and enable more efficient use of the deicing pads.

100126 Runway 30 Hold Apron Drainage Improvements $3,980,000. This project involves the installation of new drainage infrastructure including new trench drains at the south end of the Runway 30 Hold Apron to accommodate a sixth de-icing position, which was closed for de-icing because glycol runoff was exiting the non-movement area and bypassing the glycol collection system. Additionally, replacement repairs to the existing trench drain at Spot 5 are included to address structural distresses and deterioration of the existing infrastructure.

Parking Facilities

10091 Public Parking Revenue Control System Replacement, $12,762,000. This project will replace the existing parking revenue control system, will consider customer service enhancements, and will include enhanced security encryption required by outside financial and credit industry standards.

Utility Systems

10423 Convert Underground to above Ground Storage Tanks, $2,589,000. Three underground fuel tanks at Shops 1 and 2 fuel tanks at the Bus Maintenance Facility will be replaced with above ground tanks. Surrounding soils will be remediated as necessary.

10437 Replace Telecommunications Duct Bank at Autopilot Drive, $4,136,000. The telecommunications duct bank connecting the Main Terminal core with the north area of the airport need will be replaced because they are over 50 years old and at their end of useful life.

10583 Cub Run Pump Station Improvement, $1,746,000. This main sanitary sewer pump station in the southern portion of the airport is experiencing ground water infiltration. This project will investigate the issue and implement repairs.

10678 Utility Building Main Feeder Replacement, $4,161,000. This project will replace approximately 360,000 linear feet of dual feeders between the Route 28 substation and the East & West Utility Buildings. The existing duct bank will be reused and new feeders will be pulled in.

10679 Power Distribution Upgrades, $2,977,000. This project will upgrade the South Distribution by connecting the South Area Overhead 15KV Electrical Distribution to the 35KV Underground Electrical Distribution System. The existing South Distribution System is fed by Dominion Electric via a separate single line service from Route 50. This service is subject to interruption about twice a year. Connecting the South Distribution to the existing 35KV Underground Dual Electrical Service from the Route 28 Substation will greatly enhance the South Distribution System reliability and delete a monthly electrical service cost.

10680 Sanitary Sewer System Improvements and Stormwater Management Facilities, $16,860,000. This project will reconstruct/rehabilitate sections of the E-Line (approximately from the Cargo Line to the Potomac Interceptor) and upgrade the Cub Run Pump Station. It will also include development of stormwater management facilities and/or incorporation of stormwater management facilities within projects in response to stricter stormwater management regulations to support upcoming construction projects such as airfield, road, and utility work.

10687 Electrical Feeder Replacement, $1,257,000. This project will replace 4/0 lateral medium voltage (15,000 volts) cables at Dulles International in a phased approach over a three-year period. The existing cable has started to deteriorate to the point of failure and causing unplanned outages.

10705 Utility Building Main Feeder Replacement, $264,000. The existing main electrical feeders that serve the East Utility Building, which provides heating/cooling to the entire airport, are reaching end-of-life and need to be replaced. This project will fund a design study.

10711 Sanitary Sewer System Improvements, $4,305,000. Sections of the E-Line sanitary system and other failing sections have excessive ground water infiltration and will be reconstructed and rehabilitated. Additionally, the Cub Run Pump Station pumps will be upgraded as they reach capacity.

10718 Stormwater Management Facilities North and South, $701,000. Environmental regulations for stormwater management have become stricter and require new projects to incorporate enhanced stormwater facilities.

100127 High Temperature Hot Water Generators Replacement $8,102,000. This project will review our current and future heating loads and replace two existing High Temperature Hot Water generators in the Utility Building, that are similar in sizes and more energy efficient.

100128 Triturator Relocation $5,216,000. This project is for construction to replace and relocate the Concourse D triturator and construction of two lanes on a new site near the midfield refueling rack to serve the airlines. The construction will include housing, vehicle roll-up doors, climate control, and utility connections.

Technology

3922 IAD Next Generation Public Safety Communications System, $13,485,650. This project is for the implementation of the Next Generation Radio Communications Systems, including radio replacements, and audio and recording management system refresh.

10490 IAD Infrastructure Modernization and Integration Services, $15,121,000. This project facilitates the convergence of disparate data and voice networks across the Airports Authority. The project components include business cases, assessments, design and implementation of network infrastructure to address singles points of failure including the physical data network, SONET Ring and legacy business telephone system technologies.

10491 Digital Display Program (DCA/IAD), $2,011,000 (Total Project, $4,022,000). This project will refresh end of life displays and fund the rollout of new technologies to enhance the traveling public’s experience. It includes gate information displays, directories/wayfinding, customer service kiosks, emergency messaging, visual paging, countdown clocks, etc.

10494 IAD Public Safety System Technology Systems Replacement, $6,495,000. This project provides for the development and implementation strategy to converge the Airports Authority’s public safety systems. The project includes analysis, architecture, design and integration services for the replacement of the end of life systems such as 911, CrashNet security system with a federated solution.

10720 Enterprise Mobile Applications and Website Implementation (DCA/IAD), $2,011,000 (Total Project,$4,022,000). This project provides passenger centric technologies including passenger information system, mobile applications, website services, wayfinding will be designed, developed and implemented.

100065 SecNet Technology Refresh Program (DCA/IAD), $8,240,827 (Total Project, $16,481,654). This project provides funding for the stabilization, consolidation, standardization, and modernization of the Airports Authority’s security systems, including security network modernization.

100121 Design and Rollout of Airport Technology Solutions, $4,636,860 (Total Project, $9,273,720). This project provides funding to solution end of life applications that support airport operations.

100129 Video Management Security System Refresh (DCA/IAD), $2,000,000 (Total Project, $4,000,000). This project provides for the design, procurement, and rollout of a consolidated Video Management System to service both airports more effectively and efficiently as CCTV security needs have increased in complexity over time.

100130 Public Safety and Security Program (DCA/IAD), $1,809,525 (Total Project, $3,619,050). This project funds the study, design, and consolidation of security network and Public Safety initiatives to avoid redundancies in the development, rollout, and management of systems across all campuses.

Other

3797 Contribution to Dulles Metrorail, $233,041,165. The Airports Authority’s contribution to the Dulles Metrorail Project. The funding for this portion of the rail project will come from Passenger Facility Charges (PFCs).

10229 Police Range and Training Facility (DCA/IAD), $8,157,500 (Total Project, $16,315,000). This project will provide funding for Phase 1, to include the re-development of the existing range to serve the Airports Authority’s police firearm training and certification requirements. The project will include two pistol ranges, a rifle range, target and bullet trap systems, a training building, ancillary supply buildings, utility laterals from the Shops 2 area, and lead remediation at the old range. The project will create the ability to lease or contract a dedicated pistol range to a second jurisdiction (the Airports Authority is working closely with Arlington County), and to share rifle and training classroom space in an effort to cost-share and economize. The project will also perform additional assessment of the range to provide health and safety facility improvements to mitigate any hazardous conditions that are identified.

10400 IAD Other Planning and Programming, $4,605,000. Planning studies are conducted at a comprehensive, system, or individual project level to define alternatives, preferred site locations, airfield simulations, obstruction surveys, cost estimates, and cost-benefit analysis. Additionally, environmental and FAA mandated submittals are prepared. This funds three years of work.

10416 AeroTrain Major Maintenance Cycle, $10,725,422. The original equipment manufacturer requires periodic major overall maintenance of the cars (brakes, tires, drive systems, etc.) which requires contractual support. This funds three years of maintenance.

10515 IAD Aerial Imagery and Contour Lines, $1,614,735. This project provides for high quality color digital aerial imagery with 1-foot topography for the purpose of planning, design, and construction activities. Imagery will be updated once every other year or on an as-needed basis.

10621 Fire Alarm System Replacement, $7,163,000. This project will replace the fire alarm system components (master panels, reporting devices) throughout the airport; including all concourses, Main Terminal, and Z Gates with a modern, interactive, dynamic system.

10622 Audio/Visual Paging System Replacement, $4,959,000. This multi-year project will replace the Audio/Visual Public Announcement System in its entirety with a digital system capable of broadcasting a full range of content. The new system will be installed throughout the Main Terminal, all concourses, the Walk-Back Tunnels, APM Stations, International Arrivals Building, and a wide range of back-of-house spaces.

10666 Mobile Lounge/Plane Mate Rehabilitation, $8,526,000. The fleet of 19 mobile lounges and 30 Plane mates require rehabilitation due normal wear and tear. This project provides funding for a major maintenance cycle (engines, drive axles, HVAC and electrical systems, interior renovations) of approximately 12 vehicles over the next three years utilizing an electric drive train concept versus the traditional diesel engine.

10681 AeroTrain Major Maintenance Cycle, $32,465,578. The vehicle maintenance includes brakes, tires and drive systems, and control systems. These funds will be spent over a seven-year period.

10682 Mobile Lounge/Plane Mate Rehabilitation, $22,778,000. This project will rehabilitate approximately 30 plane mates and mobile lounges that are in need of repair. Lift devices on the plane mates will be rehabilitated 10 at a time followed by the replacement of engines and drive axles with electric motor drive trains for the mobile lounges at the same rate. Engines and other systems on plane mates will follow the completion of mobile lounge rehabilitations in the remaining years.

10683 IAD Other Planning and Programming, $7,714,000. This project will provide planning studies of various kinds that will be conducted at a comprehensive or system level or focused to an individual project. The former represents investigations to either complete or revisit elements of the Master Plan. The planning and programming phases of an individual project define the site location and other major elements of the scope, provide a refined project cost, provide coordination with users and stakeholders, and summarize project concepts in sufficient detail so as to focus design efforts.

100008 Rental Car Site Improvements, $10,150,000. This project is required to replace the fencing and landscaping along Autopilot Road in front of the Rental Car facilities. In addition, this project will move interior fencing and pave portions of grass areas so that the boundaries between the current rental car parcels get reallocated between the Rental Car companies.

100009 Western Lands Perimeter Road Fencing and Security Enhancements, $4,631,000. With the sale of the Western Lands, this project will replace the adjacent perimeter fence and perimeter security gravel road. The fence will be relocated along the new perimeter of the Airport Property limits. The project will also enhance the existing security of the South Outer Perimeter Area to deter and prevent inadvertent or deliberate entry onto the airport property.

100043 IAD Signage and Wayfinding Masterplan, $514,000. This funding request establishes an allowance for future implementation of wayfinding and signage improvements based on the findings/recommendations of the ongoing Wayfinding and Signage Master Plan Study that is expected to be completed in 2019. The scope of work will be defined as the Master Plan Study becomes finalized.

100044 Recharging Ports for Electric Ground Service Equipment, $4,116,000. This project is to install recharging ports for electric ground service equipment.

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