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Yakima Air Terminal. Alpha Taxiway Rehabilitation Improvement Project. Project Overview Project Schedule Impacts Project Status Questions. Presentation Overview. The Yakima Air Terminal has received an $11,000,000 grant. The grant is to:

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Yakima air terminal

Yakima Air Terminal

Alpha Taxiway Rehabilitation Improvement Project


Presentation overview

Project Overview

Project Schedule

Impacts

Project Status

Questions

Presentation Overview


Project overview

  • The Yakima Air Terminal has received an $11,000,000 grant. The grant is to:

    • Resurface and widen Alpha Taxiway, Taxiway Connectors A1-A5, and portions of Bravo and Charlie Taxiways;

    • Resurface airfield pavement between the north taxiway edge line to the non-movement line;

    • Replace the existing MITL system with LED MITL, including new conduit, fixtures, and regulator;

    • Replace all existing directional and hold short signs; and

    • Correct several markings not meeting FAA standards.

Project Overview


Project overview1

Project Overview


Project overview2

Project Overview


Project schedule

  • Expected construction START DATE July 14, 2014:

    • Phase 1: July 28– August 22

    • Phase 2: August 23 – September 5

    • Phase 3: September 6– September 19

    • Phase 4: September 20 – October 10

    • Phase 5: October 11 – October 31

    • Phase 6 / 7: November 1 – November 30

Project Schedule


Project overview phase 1

Project Overview – Phase 1


Impacts

  • Phase 1: July 28– August 22

    • Ramp Closures.

      • McCormick West, and Plath Hangar.

    • Partial Ramp Closures.

      • Fuel Tank/House and McCormick Air Center.

    • Temporary Runway 9/27 Closure for work within the Runway Safety Area.

    • On-going construction activities and vehicle traffic on service roads and ramps.

Impacts


Project overview phase 2

Project Overview – Phase 2


Impacts1

  • Phase 2: August 23 – September 5

    • Ramp Closures.

      • Airlift Northwest, FedEx Air Cargo and Airport Maintenance Building.

    • Partial Ramp Closures.

      • McCormick Air Center and Private Hangars (formerly Noland-Decoto).

    • Temporary Runway 9/27 Closure for work within the Runway Safety Area.

    • On-going construction activities and vehicle traffic on service roads and ramps.

Impacts


Project overview phase 3

Project Overview – Phase 3


Impacts2

  • Phase 3: September 6– September 19

    • Ramp Closures.

      • GE Aviation, West Itinerant Ramp, Med Assets, and West Terminal Apron Ramp.

    • Partial Ramp Closures.

      • Private Hangars (formerly Noland-Decoto).

    • Temporary Runway 9/27 Closure for work within the Runway Safety Area.

    • On-going construction activities and vehicle traffic on service roads and ramps.

Impacts


Project overview phase 4

Project Overview – Phase 4


Impacts3

  • Phase 4: September 20– October 10

    • Ramp Closures.

      • East Terminal Apron Ramp.

    • Partial Ramp Closures.

      • East Itinerant Ramp.

    • Runway 4/22 and Bravo Taxiway Closed.

    • Temporary Runway 9/27 Closure for work within the Runway Safety Area.

    • On-going construction activities and vehicle traffic on service roads and ramps.

Impacts


Project overview phase 5

Project Overview – Phase 5


Impacts4

  • Phase 5: October 11 – October 31

    • Ramp Closures.

      • No Ramps Closed.

      • Alternate routes required for: Cub Crafters, McAllister Museum, Advanced Medical Systems, and South Air Park.

    • Temporary Runway 9/27 Closure for work within the Runway Safety Area.

    • On-going construction activities and vehicle traffic on service roads and ramps.

Impacts


Project overview phase 6

Project Overview – Phase 6


Impacts5

  • Phase 6: November 1– November 30

    • Partial Ramp closures denoted by barricades.

    • Runway 4/22 closed intermittently.

    • On-going construction activity and vehicle traffic on service roads and taxiways.

Impacts


Project overview phase 7

Project Overview – Phase 7


Impacts6

  • Phase 7: November 1 – November 30

    • Not expecting any closures, however a schedule will be provided of the impacted areas to minimize air traffic and vehicle operations within the work areas.

    • On-going construction activities and vehicle traffic on service roads and ramps.

Impacts


Operations during construction

  • If at all possible, avoid construction areas.

  • Please plan all operations around construction to the maximum extent possible.

    • If there are known operations that will be impacted by the proposed schedule, please let us know.

    • The Airport Management will provide NOTAMs.

  • Do not travel (plane or car) across barricades delineating closed pavement.

  • Do not provide direction to the contractor unless there is an emergency.

Operations During Construction


Questions

Robert Peterson

[email protected]

Office: (509) 575-6149 (#7)

Cell: (509) 833-0898

Kris Yalovich

[email protected]

Office: (509) 575-6149 (#7)

Stephanie Ray, PE

[email protected]

(509) 966-7000

Michael Battle, PE

[email protected]

(509) 966-7000

Questions


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