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Capital Programs - O'Hare 21

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The Chicago Department of Aviation owns and manages both O'Hare and Midway International Airports. Annually O'Hare and Midway account for over 1.13 million operations as well as 99 million passengers combined with an annual operating budget of over $1 billion dollars. Mr. Leach's responsibilities include overseeing all planning, design and construction activities at O'Hare and Midway including O'Hare 21 and the Modernization Program; maintenance and operation of the terminals, parking and automated transit system; annual FAA inspection and certification.

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Capital Programs - O'Hare 21

  1. 1. CAPITAL PROGRAMS – O’HARE 21 PRESENTATION TO CMAA CHICAGO CHAPTER NOVEMBER 17, 2016
  2. 2. OVERALL PLAN & STATUS ORD PROJECTS MDW MODERNIZATION
  3. 3. Mayor’s Goals Customer Service Facilities, Technology, Preclearance, Amenities and Service Culture Connectivity Air Service, Express Rail, Western access Benefit to Chicago Direct development on airport; Indirect, business & job growth CDA Programs to Achieve O’Hare 21 1. Airfield package 2. New lease negotiations & capital plan Domestic Terminals Gates, technology, concessions – ability to expand for future needs OHare Express Rail (OER) Optimize customer access / cost to maximize private viability Latin America/ International Air service development, increase international gates, increase proximity to domestic gates Hotels 2 new hotels; refurbish and expand existing Hilton 2015-2019 Plan 3 CONNECTING THE WORLD TO CHICAGO
  4. 4. STATUS – O’HARE KEY PROJECTS 4CONFIDENTIAL – DRAFT – PREDECISIONAL Approved/ Underway Under Negotiation/Review Airfield u Domestic Gates L “Stinger” 5-RJ Gate Expansion u New Concourses u International Gates T5 M-Concourse 9 WB gate expansion u New T2 International/domestic terminal u RFP for Hotel Operator u O’Hare Express Rail Conceptual Engineering u RFP for Hotel Developer u
  5. 5. STATUS – O’HARE PROJECTS • Innovation Lanes, T1 and T3 November 2016 • Northeast Cargo Phase II December 2016 • L Stinger completion February 2018 • Multi Modal Facility December 2018 • Concessions – Goose Island B concourse – food service in hold rooms started last week – Food cart delivers food to hold room area – ARN Award • New Flights in November – EVA to Taipei and on to Bangkok – ANA to Tokyo Haneda and on to Asia – Interjet to Mexico City – Frontier to Cancun, Cabo and PV 5CONFIDENTIAL – DRAFT – PREDECISIONAL
  6. 6. STATUS – MIDWAY MODERNIZATION • Concessions Proposal Completed – City Council December • Ground breaking dates for Midway Modernization – Security Checkpoint (new bridge) March 2017 – Parking Expansion/ CTA connection upgrade June 2017 • Completion dates for Midway Modernization – Security Bridges & Parking Structure June 2019 6CONFIDENTIAL – DRAFT – PREDECISIONAL
  7. 7. OVERVIEW – O’HARE TERMINAL AREA PROGRAM (TAP)
  8. 8. 8 POTENTIAL CONFIGURATIONS FOR NEW CONCOURSES 8
  9. 9. O’HARE 21 – TERMINAL AREA PROGRAM • The Modernization of O’Hare has completed approximately $5.8B of improvements, including: – Two New Airport Traffic Control Towers – Extension of Runway 10L/28R – New Runway 9L/27R – New Runway 10C/28C – New Runway 10R/28L – Multiple Taxiway Improvements (K&L, LL, others) – On-going Runway 9C/27C – On-going Centralized Deicing Facility and Cross Field Taxiway – On-going Consolidated Rental Car/Parking Multimodal Facility – On-going ATS Modernization and Extension • Next goal – Terminal Expansion and remaining airfield improvements CONFIDENTIAL – DRAFT – PREDECISIONAL 9
  10. 10. O’HARE 21 – TERMINAL AREA PROGRAM (CONTINUED) • Consistent with the approved Airport Layout Plan, the next step in the process is to build terminals and concourses to increase gate capacity – Additional domestic and international gates – Increased concession space – Enhanced Passenger Experience – Increase efficiency – Reduce Operating Costs – State-of-the-art building systems – Enhanced transit connections (intra-terminal/downtown) – Replacement of aged facilities CONFIDENTIAL – DRAFT – PREDECISIONAL 10
  11. 11. PROGRAM MANAGER FOR O’HARE 21 • Owner’s Representative Services for Terminal Area Plan and ultimately ORD’s Capital Improvement Program • Manage multiple construction managers • Design and engineering management • Project control services – Master Program Plan – Schedule Development • Anticipated term: 8 years • Anticipated Advertisement Date: 4th Quarter 2016 CONFIDENTIAL – DRAFT – PREDECISIONAL 11
  12. 12. LEAD DESIGN SERVICES FOR TERMINAL DEVELOPMENT • One lead A/E firm will be chosen for the design of new terminal development at O’Hare • Primary focus will be on the anticipated O’Hare Central Facility • The O’Hare Central Facility is the centerpiece of the terminal area plan for O’Hare 21 and the design should reflect the significance of this component of the project • Design team will be expected to include industry leading experts on security technology, as well as new technology for passenger amenities • Anticipated project delivery method is Construction Manager at Risk (CM@R). Accordingly, design team will work closely with CM@R firm during preconstruction services and throughout the life of the project • Anticipated Advertisement Date: 1st Quarter 2017 CONFIDENTIAL – DRAFT – PREDECISIONAL 12
  13. 13. 13 TARGET MARKET DESIGN CONTRACTS • Non-federal engineering task order contracts will be bid target market • Contracts designated for competition limited to MBEs or WBEs • The Target Market Program reserves a percentage of the City’s non- construction contracts and limits participation to M/WBEs • Contracts are not eligible for the program unless there are at least three qualified MBEs or WBEs interested in participating in that type of contract • The prime contractor on a Target Market Contract must perform at least 50 percent of the dollar value
  14. 14. 14 • Multiple target market Construction Manager contracts will be awarded to oversee various segments of O’Hare 21 Terminal Area Plan and the upcoming Capital Improvement program • Projects will include airside work, landside projects, terminal projects, site preparation and security packages TARGET MARKET CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES Anticipated Term: 5 Years Anticipated Advertisement Date: 4th Quarter 2016 Anticipated Award Date: 3rd Quarter 2017 The procurement method has aspects of professional services procurement. For the construction planning phase, the City can require the successful proposers to implement subcontractor mentoring, use of hiring and training for citizens in socioeconomic disadvantaged neighborhoods, and targeted outreach.
  15. 15. 15 CM@RISK HIGHLIGHTS Contractor DBE Goal DBE Actual DFW International Terminal “D” 26% 33% Nashville Airport (CONRAC) 10% 22% Atlanta Airport (CONRAC) 34% 36% Phoenix Airport (CONRAC) 10% 24% Miami Airport 20% 28% Sacramento Airport Terminal B 0% 10% LAX World Airport West Gates 14% 21% LAX World Airport TBIT Core 14% 14% DART Transit Expansion 42% 54% Texas Instruments RFAB 35% 50% Toyota World Headquarters 20% 30% A project delivery method in which the Construction Manager acts as a consultant to the Owner in the development and design phases, but assumes the risk for construction performance as the equivalent of a general contractor holding all the trade subcontracts during the construction phase • CMAR delivers the project within Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) • Used for projects where the Owner gains the benefit of having the Contractors input during planning and design • Provides the ability to start construction on portions of the work even if the overall design is not finalized The procurement method has aspects of professional services procurement. For the construction planning phase, the City can require the successful proposers to implement subcontractor mentoring, use of hiring and training for citizens in socioeconomic disadvantaged neighborhoods, and targeted outreach.
  16. 16. 16 • CM-at-Risk contracts to construct the Terminal 5 M Extension projects as well as additional O’Hare 21 Projects • Projects will include airside work, landside projects, terminal projects, site preparation and security packages CM@RISK FOR T5 EXTENSION AND ADDITIONAL O’HARE 21 PROJECTS (ANTICIPATED TO BE TWO CONTRACTS) Anticipated Term: TBD Anticipated Advertisement Date: 4th Quarter 2016 Anticipated Award Date: 2nd Quarter 2017
  17. 17. EXPANSION OF TERMINAL 5 SUPPORTING INCREASED DEMAND 17  Terminal expansion includes 9 new wide-body gates  Provides for a second A380 capable gate at O’Hare  Addresses near-term demand and capacity of International Terminal gates and facilities  Provides additional capacity for domestic flights  Includes expanded security screening and Federal Inspection Services (FIS) facilities
  18. 18. STATUS – TERMINAL 5 EXTENSION  Design NTP (Sitework) 4th Quarter 2016  Design NTP (Facility) 4th Quarter 2016  Advertise Sitework Construction 2nd Quarter 2017  NTP Sitework Construction 3rd Quarter 2017  Advertise Facility Construction 1st Quarter 2018  NTP Facility Construction 1st Quarter 2018  Operational Facility 4th Quarter 2019 18CONFIDENTIAL – DRAFT – PREDECISIONAL
  19. 19. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP) PROJECTS
  20. 20. UPCOMING CONSTRUCTION – CIP UNDER $30M Project Description Anticipated Ad Date Estimated Contract Value DBE/MBE/WBE/ SBE Goals: United Airlines Employee Parking Lot Reconstruction Remove existing asphalt pavement and reconstruct the parking lot with latex concrete. Bids Due: 11/15/16 $1 – 1.5 Million SBE 51% MDW Taxiway A Extension Construction of a new Taxiway A extension, including pavement, associated drainage, and lighting installation. 1st Quarter 2017 $3 – 5 Million DBE 30% Building 521 Renovation 16,500sf of conditioned space for police use and 2,770sf of garage space. 1st Quarter 2017 $3 – 4 Million MBE 26% / WBE 6% Trunk Radio System Replacement Replace trunking systems, backup systems, core controllers, repeaters, dispatch consoles, recorders, and fiber infrastructure. 1st Quarter 2017 $5 – 7 Million MBE 26% / WBE 6% Restroom Modernization – Phase 5 Renovation of nine restrooms throughout Terminals 1 & 3. 1st Quarter 2017 $10 – 15 Million MBE 26% / WBE 6% Bessie Coleman Water Main Replace 5,000LF of water main along Bessie Coleman Drive. 1st Quarter 2017 $2 – 3 Million MBE 26% / WBE 6% MDW Airfield Lighting Infrastructure Improvements Installation of a new duct bank system for Airfield lighting. 1st Quarter 2017 $10 – 15 Million DBE 30% MDW Airport Maintenance Complex Improvements Replacement of HVAC, roof, overhead doors, and emergency egress doors for the MDW AMC facility. 1st Quarter 2017 $10 – 15 Million MBE 26% / WBE 6%
  21. 21. UPCOMING CONSTRUCTION – CIP PROJECTS OVER $30M Project Description Anticipated Ad Date Estimated Contract Value DBE/MBE/WBE/ SBE Goals: Replace High Temperature Water Generators Replace all eight (8) 75,000 MBH High Temperature Water (HTW) Generators along with their associated equipment. 4th Quarter 2016 $55 – 60 Million MBE 26% / WBE 6% MDW Security Checkpoint Expansion Widening of the existing passenger bridge as a means to accommodate current and future pedestrian traffic flow. 4th Quarter 2016 $80 – 85 Million DBE 30% MDW Terminal Parking Garage Extension Expansion of existing Terminal Parking Garage, adding approximately 1,500 parking spaces. 1st Quarter 2017 $115 – 125 Million MBE 26% / WBE 6%
  22. 22. RUNWAY 9C/27C AND ADDITIONAL AIRFIELD IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
  23. 23. RUNWAY 9C/27C AND OTHER AIRFIELD PROJECTS • Overall Program is estimated at roughly $1.3B • Graphic depicts the projects CDA is leading • Other associated projects, such as relocation of Airline Support Facilities relocation and fuel line relocations are not reflected herein CONFIDENTIAL – DRAFT – PREDECISIONAL 23
  24. 24. RWY 9C PROJECTS AND TIMELINES Project Description Anticipated Ad Date Estimated Contract Value DBE/MBE/WBE/ SBE Goals: Centralized Deicing Facility – Mass Grading Project Mass grading (earthwork) including sorting, transport, cut and embankment, and other incidental work to prepare the site for the paving of these improvements. Project extends and prepared a portion of the Elgin-O’Hare Bypass. Project site is located in the Aircraft Operations Area (AOA) 4th Quarter 2016 $55-75 Million MBE 26% / WBE 6% Rwy 9C/27C Package 1 Construction of temporary and permanent airfield pavements (PCC & AC Shoulders), airfield lighting, signage, grading drainage, site restoration, utility infrastructure (power & communications) and other incidental work. Project site is located in the Aircraft Operations Area (AOA). Work will be phased to accommodate aircraft operations and may require off peak construction. Key work items include approximately 201,000 SY of PCC pavement and 85,000 SY of AC pavement. 4th Quarter 2016 $80 – 120 Million DBE 30% Twy ZJ and TFR – Package A Construction of an on-airport two lane road and two taxiways. The project includes earthwork, utility construction, lighting, signage, PCC and AC pavements, site restoration, drainage and other incidental work. Project site is located in the Aircraft Operations Area (AOA). 4th Quarter 2016 $48 – 57 Million DBE 30% 10R Safety and Security Package 2 Miscellaneous improvements including grading, roadway signage, fencing and utility work. 1st Quarter 2017 $5 – 7 Million DBE 30% Centralized Deicing Facility – Paving/Electrical Project Construction of a new pavement area dedicated to deice aircraft during winter operations and to stage aircraft during the balance of the year. This project also includes the construction of two parallel taxiways. Scope includes PCC Pavement, airfield lighting and signage, flood lighting, deicing fluid collection systems, drainage, and other incidental work. Project site is located in the Aircraft Operations Area (AOA). 2nd Quarter 2017 $75 – 85 Million MBE 26% / WBE 6%
  25. 25. RWY 9C PROJECTS AND TIMELINES (CONTINUED) Project Description Anticipated Ad Date Estimated Contract Value DBE/MBE/WBE/ SBE Goals: Relocation of ARFF#2 Construction of a replacement on-airport aircraft rescue and fire fighting station (ARFF) on the north east side of the airfield. Construction will be located airside. Structure will be single story with a mechanical mezzanine, with 6-high bay apparatus bays. Project site is located in the Aircraft Operations Area (AOA). 2nd Quarter 2017 $15 – 25 Million DBE 30% East Lighting Control Vault Construction of a new airfield lighting vault (similar to the south vault) housing the switchgear, ALSC and regulators needed to power the airfield lighting and signage for Runway 9C/27C, Runway 9R/27L and associated taxiways. Site for this facility will be adjacent to the ARFF #2 on the north east of the airfield. Project site is located in the Aircraft Operations Area (AOA). 2nd Quarter 2017 $15 – 25 Million DBE 30% Rwy 9C/27C Package 2 Construction of airfield pavements, PCC and AC, airfield lighting and signage, demolitions of existing structures and underground utilities and other improvements, site preparation, grading and drainage, site restoration, utilities and other appurtenances and incidental work. Project site is located in the Aircraft Operations Area (AOA). Key work items include approximately 510,000 SY of PCC pavement and 270,000 SY of asphalt pavement. 1st Quarter 2018 $120 – 160 Million DBE 30% Rwy 9C/27C Package 3 Phased construction of airfield pavements, PCC and AC, airfield lighting and signage, site preparation, grading and drainage, site restoration, utilities and other appurtenances and incidental work. Project site is located in the Aircraft Operations Area (AOA). Key work items include approximately 150,000 SY of PCC pavement and 82,000 SY of asphalt pavement. 3rd Quarter 2018 $40 – 60 Million DBE 30%
  26. 26. RWY 9C PROJECTS AND TIMELINES (CONTINUED) Project Description Anticipated Ad Date Estimated Contract Value DBE/MBE/WBE/ SBE Goals: Relocation of Taxiways A and B Phased construction of airfield pavements, PCC and AC, airfield lighting and signage, pavement removal, PCCP crushing, and underground utilities and other improvements, site preparation, grading and drainage, site restoration, utilities and other appurtenances and incidental work. Project site is located in the Aircraft Operations Area (AOA). 2nd Quarter 2018 $100 – 140 Million MBE 26% / WBE 6% ATS Lot E Station Demolition Demolition of the structure and platform of this station, modification of wayside systems, power systems and track work as required and site restoration. Construction will require coordination with and limited interruption of services of the Airport’s Transit System Project site is in the current Public Parking Lot E. 4th Quarter 2019 $10 – 20 Million DBE 30%

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