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  1. Overview of OSU Airport Master Plan and Draft Environmental AssessmentPresentation to the MORPCW. A. Baeslack III Dean of EngineeringThe Ohio State UniversityNovember 18, 2004

  2. A 20-year development plan that identifies capital projects for short-, medium- and long-term periods Considers and forecasts future aviation demands, along with land and facility requirements to ensure long-term viability Complies with the FAA’s recommended 10-year update cycle and qualifies airport for federal improvement funds Airport Master Plan Purpose

  3. Year Jets Total 1976 -- 200 1980 -- 253 1990 12 282 1995 -- 221 2000 19 233 2003 19 230 2008 25 280 2023 41 340 Based Aircraft(Historical & Projected)

  4. Year Jets Total 1976 -- 205,704 1980 -- 180,896 1990 6,008 140,757 1995 -- 134,337 2000 10,027 107,028 2003 8,363 101,832 2008 11,307 136,168 2023 13,040 162,997 Aircraft Operations(Historical & Projected)

  5. Fortune 500 Companies Using OSU Airport Rank 1. Wal-Mart Stores 121. Quest Communications 8. IBM 139. Goodyear Tire 10. Verizon Communications 142. Anheuser Busch 13. Home Depot 194. H.J. Heinz 19. Cardinal Health 225. Kellogg 25. Target 239. Ashland 28. Berkshire Hathaway 321. Sherwin Williams 38. MetLife 364. Charles Schwab 42. J.C.Penney 373. Lexmark International 50. ConAgra Foods 385. Goodrich 51. Dow Chemical 455. Corning 72. Tyson Foods 485. Steelcase 101. Sara Lee 489. Qualcomm Vlasik Foods 105. Raytheon 116. Xerox

  6. Local Companies Using OSU Airport Advanced Drainage Honda Pacer Global Linguistics Cameron Mitchell Restaurants Jack Nicklaus Enterprise Panera Cardinal Health (19) Kittles Puritan Foods Care Works of Ohio Krispy Kreme Quick Crete Charles Penzone LabCorp (572) R.C. Olmstead, Inc. Check Free Corporation Lazarus at Tuttle Red Lobster Compucom Systems Marshall Fields at Tuttle Scott’s Lawn Corecomm Services Medex, Inc. Spirit Services Diamond Cellar MedFlight Stanley Steemer Inc. Dominion Homes MidWestern Auto Group Trader Joes Duke Realty NBC Channel 4 Television W.W. Williams Frank Gates Service Co. New York Yankees / Wendy’s/Tim Horton (530) Gordon Flesch Columbus Clippers Worthington Industries (742)

  7. Airport Economic Impact on Community • 2002 Economic Impact study based on FAA guidelines indicated $4.3M in direct impacts, $37.5M in indirect impacts, and $31.1M in induced economic impacts

  8. 1990 Runway 9L/27R Extension Extend Runway 14/32 South Hangar Development Replace Terminal Building New Flight Education Center Purchase ONG Hangar Comparison between the 1990 and 2004 Master Plan Proposed Projects 2004 • Runway 9L/27R Extension • RemoveRunway 14/32 • South Hangar Development • North Hangar Development • Replace Terminal Building • New Flight Education Center • Purchase ONG Hangar

  9. Primary Runway Extension Description: Extend Runway 9L/27R to 6,000 feet, Add ILS Issues: Current number of operations exceeds FAA threshold for a 6000’ runway for “critical aircraft” Benefits: Per FAA guidelines, provide operational safety for corporate jet aircraft Improve service to airport customers and community Enhance airport operational safety for student pilots Impacts: Slight increase in aircraft operations Funding: FAA 90%, Airport 10%

  10. OSU Airport at Don Scott Field - 2004

  11. South Hangar Construction Description: Corporate hangar, row & T Hangars, Issues: Last hangars built in 1985 Wait list >120 individuals and companies Impact: Increased aircraft operations to meet demand and add services to support programs Benefits: Improved service to customers/community Increased based aircraft Increased student employment Increase revenues Funding: Revenue bonds ($8.5M)

  12. North Hangar Construction (10+ years) Description: Aviation research facilities/Corporate offices/hangars Issue: Restricted growth potential of south side Impact: Increased aircraft operations Benefits: Attract R&D firms to community Assist with local economic initiatives Increased student opportunities for employment and research Increase revenues to support academic programs Funding: Public-private partnership