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Department of Transportation. Bureau of Aviation and Ports Presentation To Governor’s Commission on the Reform of The Department of Transportation. Richard J. Jaworski Bureau Chief, Aviation and Ports September 21, 2007. Aviation and Ports Mission.

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Department of transportation

Department of Transportation

Bureau of Aviation and PortsPresentation To

Governor’s Commission on the Reform of

The Department of Transportation

Richard J. JaworskiBureau Chief, Aviation and PortsSeptember 21, 2007


Aviation and ports mission

Aviation and Ports Mission

  • The mission of the Bureau of Aviation and Ports is to manage, operate, maintain and develop the State – owned aviation and maritime facilities in a safe and efficient manner meeting the demand for these facilities, and to administer State programs offered to the aviation and maritime industries in support of municipal and privately – owned facilities.


Bureau organizational structure

Bureau Organizational Structure

BDL - 120GA - 32 Ports - 14 166 Total Staff


Unit duties and responsibilities

Unit Duties and Responsibilities

  • Aviation and Ports Counsel – Represents the office of the Attorney General and provides legal counsel related to all Bureau operations.

  • Aviation Administrator – Oversees operation and maintenance of the State – owned general aviation airports and Bradley International Airport including building and grounds maintenance, airport operations, security, aircraft rescue and fire fighting activities and administers aviation industry programs.

  • Project Management – Oversees development and execution on the capital improvement program for all Bureau facilities.

  • Maritime Manager – Oversees operation of the CT. River Ferries and State Pier and administers maritime industry programs.

  • Leasing – Facilitates the development, negotiation, execution and administration of agreements providing for the use and occupancy of Bureau facilities

  • Fiscal and Administrative Services – Directs and controls the financial interests and activities of the Bureau


Unit duties and responsibilities1

Unit Duties and Responsibilities

  • General Aviation Airport Coordinators – Provide on-site management representation, direction and control of airport operations, maintenance, security, and aircraft rescue and firefighting

  • Bradley International Airport Administrator - Provides on-site management representation, direction and control of airport operations, maintenance, security, and aircraft rescue and firefighting

  • Bradley Project Development – Directs and controls execution of vertical construction projects (terminal development) at Bradley International Airport

  • Marketing and Air Service Development – Develops and implements promotional activities to attract and expand services provided at all Bureau facilities.

  • CT River Ferry Captains – Pilot ferry vessels serving the Chester - Hadlyme and Rocky Hill – Glastonbury crossings on the Connecticut River

  • State Pier Coordinator - Provides on-site management representation, direction and control of pier operations, maintenance and security

  • Dredging Project Coordinator – Provides project coordination with local port authorities, the Army Corps of Engineers and the CT DEP.


Facilities services provided

FACILITIES & SERVICES PROVIDED

  • AVIATION

    • Danielson Airport

    • Windham Airport

    • Waterbury-Oxford Airport

    • Hartford-Brainard Airport

    • Groton-New London Airport

    • Bradley International Airport

  • PORTS

    • State Pier New London

    • Chester-Hadlyme Ferry

    • Rocky Hill-Glastonbury Ferry


Danielson airport 5b3

Danielson Airport – 5B3

  • 257 Acres

  • 1 Runway – 2,700 feet

  • 2004 Statistics

    • 21,700 operations

    • 62 based aircraft

  • Constructed in 1963

  • Master Plan Underway


Windham airport ijd

Windham Airport – IJD

  • 280 Acres

  • 2 Runways - 4,228 feet

    - 2,797 feet

  • 2004 Statistics

    • 33,100 operations

    • 64 based aircraft

  • Constructed in 1973by the WPA


Waterbury oxford airport oxc

Waterbury-Oxford Airport - OXC

  • 424 Acres

  • 1 Runway – 5,800 feet

  • 2007 Statistics

    • 73,000 operations

    • 281 based aircraft

      • 61 Jets

      • 20 Turbo Prop

      • 200 Other

  • Constructed in 1971


Hartford brainard hfd

Hartford – Brainard - HFD

  • 201 Acres

  • 3 Runways - 4,418 feet - 2,315 feet - 2,309 feet

  • 2004 Statistics

    • 204,000 operations

    • 61 based aircraft

  • Dedicated in 1921 byMayor Newton Brainard

  • 1st Municipal Airport in New England


Groton new london gon

Groton – New London - GON

  • 483 Acres

  • 2 Runways - 5,000 feet - 4,000 feet

  • 2004 Statistics

    • 66,200 operations

    • 76 based aircraft

      • 9 Jets

      • 67 Others

  • Constructed in 1921 as 1st State Airport


Bradley international airport bdl

Bradley International Airport - BDL

  • 3,250 Acres

  • 3 Runways - 9,510 feet - 6,847 feet - 5,145 feet

  • Second Largest Airport in New England


State pier new london

State owned facility

Two piers

Private Operators

Products include lumber and copper

Fishing Fleet

Rail Connection

Cruise Ships

State Pier – New London


Rocky hill glastonbury ferry

State owned facility

Tug and Barge

Cumberland

Hollister III

Crew of 5

1 Lead Captain

2 Captains

2 Mates

Oldest continuous river ferry – 352 years

Rocky Hill-Glastonbury Ferry


Chester hadlyme ferry

State owned facility

Traditional double end design

Selden III

Crew of 5

1 Lead Captain

2 Captains

2 Mates

Chester – Hadlyme Ferry


Department of transportation

INTERACTIONS


Bureau of engineering highway operations

Bureau of Engineering & Highway Operations

  • Preparation of Construction Documentation

    • Survey

    • Engineering

    • Construction Inspection

  • Administer Consulting Engineer Contracts


Bureau of policy planning

Bureau of Policy & Planning

  • Administer Planning Studies

    • Aviation Master Plans

    • Systems Plans

    • Maritime Studies

  • Process


Bureau of finance administration

Bureau of Finance & Administration

  • Payroll

  • Process Agreements & Leases

  • Purchasing

  • Audits

  • Property and Facilities

  • Capital Project Finance


Commissioner s administrative staff

Commissioner’s Administrative Staff

  • Legislative Office

  • Contract Compliance

  • Consultant Selection Office

  • Communications

  • Human Resources

  • Equal Employment Opportunity

  • State Traffic Commission

  • Management Services

  • Legal Unit


Office of the state treasurer

Office of the State Treasurer

  • Bond Program

    • Assists in the execution of the Bradley International Airport bond program

    • Assigns bond council and financial advisors


Department of environmental protection

Department of Environmental Protection

  • Permits

    • Regulatory issues

  • Conservation & Private Development


Services provided

Services Provided

  • Aviation

    • Grant-in-Aid to four municipal airports

    • Inspection & License to 135 aviation facilities

    • Aircraft registration

    • Accident Investigation

    • Technical & Engineering Assistance

    • Public Outreach

  • Ports

    • Licensing of Marine Pilots

    • Staff support to the CT Pilot Commission

    • Staff support to the CT Maritime Commission

    • Dredging facilitation

    • Liaison to local port authorities


Results

Results

Maritime

  • Facilitate Substantial Maritime Commerce at State Pier:

    • Logistec USA Cargo Operations

    • Cruise Ship Industry

    • Seafood Cooperative

  • Industry Regulatory Matters


Results1

Results


Results2

Results

General Aviation Airports

  • Hosting the AOPA Annual Convention at Hartford / Brainard Airport

  • Private development of 1.1 million square feet of corporate aircraft hangars at Waterbury / Oxford Airport

  • Revamping Airport Business Plans and Master Plans

  • Making Substantial Investments in the Capacity and Security of each Airport

  • Negotiating and Renegotiating Airport Lease and Use Agreement

  • Increasing General Aviation Airport Revenues by 83% in Last 5 Years


Results 83 increase in ga airport revenues in 5 years

Results83% Increase in GA Airport Revenues in 5 Years


Results3

Results

Bradley International Airport (Enterprise Fund)

  • Established the Bradley Air Service Incentive Program

  • Initiated Scheduled International Service to Amsterdam

  • Executed Lease Agreement for Development of Two New Hotels

  • Bond Rating

  • Competed Successfully for Embraer Aircraft Maintenance Facility

  • Master Plan

  • Positioning Airport for Next Major Phase of Terminal Development

  • Master Lease

  • Construction-Terminal A

  • Concession Revenue-all time high

  • Business Plan


Bradley major capitol projects

Bradley Major Capitol Projects

  • Reconstruct Runway 6-24

  • Terminal Expansion

  • Sound Insulation

  • Reconstruct Runway 15-33


Terminal development

Terminal Development


General aviation airports capital improvement projects

General Aviation AirportsCapital Improvement Projects

  • Waterbury- Oxford Airport

    • Extend Taxi Way B

    • Noise Implementation Plan

  • Groton-New London Airport

    • Safety Area Improvements

    • Reconstruct Taxi Way C North

  • Windham Airport

    • Extend Taxi Way B & Reconstruct Main Ramp

    • Runway Safety Area Improvements

  • All State Owned Airports

    • Obstruction Analysis


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