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Advisory Circular 150/5370-2F. Operational Safety on Airports During Construction. Presented to : Eastern Region 35 th Annual Airport Conference By : Khalil E. Kodsi, P.E. PMP Airport Civil Engineer, FAA Date : April 3, 2012. <Audience>. <Presenter’s Name, Title>. <Date>.

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Advisory circular 150 5370 2f

Advisory Circular150/5370-2F

Operational Safety on Airports During Construction

Presented to: Eastern Region 35th Annual Airport Conference

By: Khalil E. Kodsi, P.E. PMP

Airport Civil Engineer, FAA

Date: April 3, 2012

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Team members

Team Members

  • AEARick HarnerCivil Engineer / Project Manager

  • ACEMike RottinghausAirport Engineer

  • ANMSteve EngebrechtCivil Engineer

  • AGLAl RichardsonProgram Manager

  • ANEJohn MerckCivil Engineer / Project Manager & ACSI

  • ASOTommy DupreeTeam Lead/Civil Engineer

  • AEAEvelyn MartinezLead Airport Certification Safety Inspector

  • AAS-300 Phillip DavenportAirport Certification and Safety and Compliance Specialist

  • AAS-100Khalil KodsiCivil Engineer

    Rick MarinelliISI - Contract Support


This revision 2f

This Revision – 2F

  • Applicability

  • Principal Changes

  • New construction limit and current projects

  • Responsibility for Safety During Construction

  • Construction Safety and Phasing Plans

  • Safety Plan Compliance Document


Applicability

Applicability

  • Whom this AC Affects:

    • Certificated Airports under Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), part 139

    • Construction projects for airports receiving funds under the Airport Improvement Program & Passenger Fair Charge Program

  • Not Required but Recommended:

    • Non-certificated airports without grant agreements.


Principal changes

Principal Changes

  • Construction Activities are prohibited in all safety areas.

  • Guidance to incorporate Safety Risk Management is provided.

  • A checklist for writing the construction safety and phasing plans (CSPP) is included and recommended.

  • A guideline on how to write a CSPP is provided.


Protection of runway and taxiway safety areas

Protection of Runway and Taxiway Safety Areas

  • No Construction within existing RSA

    • RSA can be temporarily adjusted (based on aircraft operations)

    • Temporary use of Declared Distances

    • Partial runway closure

  • No Construction within existing TSA

    • TSA may be temporarily adjusted to aircraft operations requiring a TSA = TSA width available during construction.


Safety risk management

Safety Risk Management

  • Airport Operator to coordinate early in the development phase of the CSPP with Airports Regional or District Office:

    • Notify FAA during “scope development” phase of the project.

    • Provide documents necessary to conduct SRM (5200.11)

    • Participate in the SRM process

    • Provide a representative to participate on the SRM panel

    • Ensure all applicable SRM identified risk elements are recorded and mitigated within the CSPP

  • Airport projects NOT typically requiring a safety assessment:

    • Construction or rehabilitation of facilities outside the air operations area.

    • Do not involve haul routes, material placement or line-of-site impact within the air operations area. (Appendix B.)


Cspp checklist

CSPP - Checklist

  • This Checklist is designed to AID in preparing and/or reviewing the CSPP – This is not a required submittal.

  • The Checklist is keyed to Section 2. “Plan Requirements” and the listed elements:

    • Areas and Operations Affected by Construction Activity.

    • Navigation Aid (NAVAID) Protection.

    • Contractor Access.

    • Wildlife Management.

    • Foreign Object Debris (FOD) Management.

    • Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Management.

    • Notification of Construction Activities.

    • Inspection Requirements.

    • Underground Utilities.

    • Special Conditions.

    • Runway and Taxiway Visual Aids.

    • Marking and Signs for Access Routes.

    • Hazard Marking, Lighting and Signing.

    • Protection of Runway and Taxiway Safety Areas.


Guidelines for writing a cspp

Guidelines for Writing a CSPP

  • Chapter 3 is dedicated for this purpose

  • The CSPP is a standalone document

  • Guidelines are intended to correspond to the “Plan Requirement “ sections listed in Chapter 2

  • Each section focus on a specific subject

  • Each subject is discussed in detail and maybe broken into subsections.


Construction limits 2f applicability

Construction limits – 2F Applicability

  • Keep equipment and construction activity at the specified limit per 5300-13 standard. (Table 3-1,2,3)

  • New construction limit apply based on the phase of the project: Scope development, Planning, Design ...


Responsibility for safety during construction

Responsibility for Safety During Construction

  • On Airport construction activities are the responsibility of the Airport Operator (AO)

    • Safety culture is established by the AO

    • Safety is enforced by the AO

  • Construction Contractor must comply with the AO’s plans for safety

  • Airport tenants must also comply with the airport’s safety requirements.

  • The CSPP can not be delegated to the construction contractor


Construction safety phasing plan cspp

Construction Safety & Phasing Plan (CSPP)

  • The CSPP should be developed concurrently as the project is being designed.

  • Outline/draft at 25 to 30% of project design

  • Formal submission to FAA for Approval at 80 to 90%

  • Provisions in the CSPP do influence cost

  • CSPP to the extent possible should address “Plan Requirements”

    • Not every project may need to satisfy all listed sections under chapter 2.


Safety plan compliance document

Safety Plan Compliance Document

  • Both the CSPP and SPCD are the primary tools to ensure “Safety Compliance” during construction.

  • SPCD must include all supplemental information that could not be included in the CSPP prior to contract award.

  • SPCD must affirm that the construction contractor will abide by the CSPP.

  • Format of supplemental information in the SPCD should match the format of the CSPP.

  • If no supplemental information is needed – SPCD need not be prepared.

  • SPCD should be submitted to AO for approval prior to notice-to- proceed is given.


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