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Upcoming Airport Projects

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A presentation given during the 39th Annual NCPA Concrete Paving Workshop. By Anna Lannin, Planning & Program Mgr., NDOT-Aeronautics Div.

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Upcoming Airport Projects

  1. 1. 3939thth AnnualAnnual Concrete Paving WorkshopConcrete Paving Workshop Upcoming Airport ProjectsUpcoming Airport Projects January 16, 2018January 16, 2018
  2. 2. Broken Bow Municipal AirportBroken Bow Municipal Airport
  3. 3. Airport Improvement ProgramAirport Improvement Program • The federal AIP grants reimburse most airport sponsorsThe federal AIP grants reimburse most airport sponsors for up to 90% of eligible costs.for up to 90% of eligible costs. • AuthorizationAuthorization – The FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 wasThe FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 was signed February 14, 2012 and expired September 30,signed February 14, 2012 and expired September 30, 2015.2015. – The program is operating under a short termThe program is operating under a short term extension until March 31, 2018.extension until March 31, 2018. • AppropriationAppropriation – FY2017 funding is planned at the same level as lastFY2017 funding is planned at the same level as last year. The program is funded through January 19,year. The program is funded through January 19, 2018.2018.
  4. 4. AIP EligibilityAIP Eligibility • Airport must be open to the public.Airport must be open to the public. • Airport must be included in the NPIASAirport must be included in the NPIAS (National Plan of Integrated Airport(National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems).Systems). • General aviation airports must beGeneral aviation airports must be classified.classified. • Airport sponsor must agree to FAAAirport sponsor must agree to FAA Federal Grant Assurances.Federal Grant Assurances. • Project requested must be eligible andProject requested must be eligible and justified as determined by the FAA.justified as determined by the FAA.
  5. 5. 2017 Federal Grants2017 Federal Grants Nebraska airports received 29 grantsNebraska airports received 29 grants – Grant funds of just over $33MGrant funds of just over $33M – Construction projects include:Construction projects include: • Crete, Fairbury, Hartington, Holdrege: hangarsCrete, Fairbury, Hartington, Holdrege: hangars • Grand Island: crack & joint sealGrand Island: crack & joint seal • Hebron: rehab taxilaneHebron: rehab taxilane • Kearney: runway rehabKearney: runway rehab • Norfolk: storm sewer rehabNorfolk: storm sewer rehab • North Platte: wildlife fenceNorth Platte: wildlife fence • Omaha: reconstruct cargo apronOmaha: reconstruct cargo apron • Plattsmouth: hangar and taxiway relocationPlattsmouth: hangar and taxiway relocation • Wayne: partial parallel taxiwayWayne: partial parallel taxiway
  6. 6. Federal Funding BreakdownFederal Funding Breakdown $0 $10,000,000 $20,000,000 $30,000,000 $40,000,000 $50,000,000 $60,000,000 $70,000,000 $80,000,000 Stimulus Discretionary Primary & Cargo NonPrimary State Apportionment
  7. 7. AIP Grants Issued for GAAIP Grants Issued for GA AirportsAirports 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
  8. 8. State Grant ProgramState Grant Program • The program includes state grants andThe program includes state grants and matching grants for federal projects.matching grants for federal projects. • All licensed public-use airports are eligibleAll licensed public-use airports are eligible to receive state grants.to receive state grants. – 80 eligible airports,80 eligible airports, – 8 of the public-use airports are not eligible for8 of the public-use airports are not eligible for federal funds and have used this program tofederal funds and have used this program to construct and maintain their pavement.construct and maintain their pavement. • Funded from aviation fuel taxes.Funded from aviation fuel taxes.
  9. 9. State Grant ProgramState Grant Program • 2016 State Grant Allocated on Oct. 132016 State Grant Allocated on Oct. 13 – State GrantsState Grants • Blair – taxilane to a new hangarBlair – taxilane to a new hangar • Burwell, Hebron, Loup City – tree removalBurwell, Hebron, Loup City – tree removal – State Matching Grants to a Federal GrantState Matching Grants to a Federal Grant • Alliance, Aurora, Beatrice, and OshkoshAlliance, Aurora, Beatrice, and Oshkosh • All runway rehabilitation projectsAll runway rehabilitation projects • $304,430 in allocations$304,430 in allocations
  10. 10. Non-NPIAS airport pavementNon-NPIAS airport pavement
  11. 11. State Grant ProgramState Grant Program • Funds Allocated to the State Grant ProgramFunds Allocated to the State Grant Program
  12. 12. Current Unfunded NeedsCurrent Unfunded Needs• Ainsworth: parallel taxiway to runway 13/31Ainsworth: parallel taxiway to runway 13/31 • Ainsworth: replace VASI with PAPIAinsworth: replace VASI with PAPI • Alliance: parallel taxiway to runway 12/30Alliance: parallel taxiway to runway 12/30 • Alliance: access road and parking improvementsAlliance: access road and parking improvements • Alliance: terminal enhancements (as gateway to community)Alliance: terminal enhancements (as gateway to community) • Alma: parallel taxiway (pave: $915,000; light: $128,000)Alma: parallel taxiway (pave: $915,000; light: $128,000) • Alma: T-hangarAlma: T-hangar • Alma: construct spray apronAlma: construct spray apron • Arapahoe: runway rehabilitation (reconstruction: $1,091,100)Arapahoe: runway rehabilitation (reconstruction: $1,091,100) • Arapahoe: install runway lights, beacon ($113,460)Arapahoe: install runway lights, beacon ($113,460) • Arapahoe: runway extension to meet FAA minimum length standardsArapahoe: runway extension to meet FAA minimum length standards • Auburn: taxilanes ($280,000)Auburn: taxilanes ($280,000) • Auburn: hangar rehabilitation, replace doorsAuburn: hangar rehabilitation, replace doors • Auburn: snow removal equipmentAuburn: snow removal equipment • Aurora: Taxiway & apron reconstruction ($00,000 – may not have localAurora: Taxiway & apron reconstruction ($00,000 – may not have local match)match) • Beatrice: rehabilitate taxilanes to hangars A, B, C ($407,500)Beatrice: rehabilitate taxilanes to hangars A, B, C ($407,500) • Beatrice: PAPI runway 18, NSPBeatrice: PAPI runway 18, NSP • Blair: taxilanes, apron expansion ($200,000)Blair: taxilanes, apron expansion ($200,000) • Blair: extend runway and taxiway to 5,500’ ($2,640,000)Blair: extend runway and taxiway to 5,500’ ($2,640,000) • Blair: T-hangar additionBlair: T-hangar addition • Blair: Executive hangarBlair: Executive hangar • Bloomfield: runway rehabilitation (reconstruction: $981,990; overlay: $672,300)Bloomfield: runway rehabilitation (reconstruction: $981,990; overlay: $672,300) • Bloomfield: install runway lights, beacon ($102,120)Bloomfield: install runway lights, beacon ($102,120) • Bloomfield: taxiway and taxilane reconstructionBloomfield: taxiway and taxilane reconstruction • Bloomfield: T-hangar rehabilitation/replacementBloomfield: T-hangar rehabilitation/replacement • Broken Bow: apron expansion ($284,250)Broken Bow: apron expansion ($284,250) • Cambridge: hangar rehabilitationCambridge: hangar rehabilitation • Central City: hangar rehabilitationCentral City: hangar rehabilitation • Central City: pave access road and parking lotCentral City: pave access road and parking lot • Chadron: parallel taxiway to runway 02/20, NSP ($1,210,000; project could beChadron: parallel taxiway to runway 02/20, NSP ($1,210,000; project could be broken into phases)broken into phases) • Chadron: apron expansionChadron: apron expansion • Chadron: terminal building renovations/updateChadron: terminal building renovations/update • Chadron: extend runway 11/29 700’, NSPChadron: extend runway 11/29 700’, NSP • Chappell: runway rehabilitation (reconstruction: $1,600,000)Chappell: runway rehabilitation (reconstruction: $1,600,000) • Chappell: apron expansion ($125,000)Chappell: apron expansion ($125,000) • Columbus: terminal buildingColumbus: terminal building • Columbus: taxilanes and apron for hangar developmentColumbus: taxilanes and apron for hangar development • Columbus: pave crosswind runway, NSPColumbus: pave crosswind runway, NSP • Cozad: Taxilane reconstruction & apron expansion ($160,000)Cozad: Taxilane reconstruction & apron expansion ($160,000) • Crete: Hangar taxilanes replacement and drainage improvements ($1,100,000)Crete: Hangar taxilanes replacement and drainage improvements ($1,100,000) • Crete: Parking lot and road rehabilitation ($385,000)Crete: Parking lot and road rehabilitation ($385,000) • Grand Island: utility upgrades (sewer)($1,500,000)Grand Island: utility upgrades (sewer)($1,500,000) • Grant: AWOS III P/TGrant: AWOS III P/T • Grant: parallel taxiwayGrant: parallel taxiway • Hartington: light parallel taxiway ($275,000)Hartington: light parallel taxiway ($275,000) • Harvard: taxiway rehabilitation (reconstruct: $502,000; overlay: $343,620)Harvard: taxiway rehabilitation (reconstruct: $502,000; overlay: $343,620) • Hastings: relocate ASOSHastings: relocate ASOS • Hastings: install MALSR, NSP (not AIP eligible)Hastings: install MALSR, NSP (not AIP eligible) • Holdrege: install water mainHoldrege: install water main • Hyannis: pavement rehabilitation (reconstruction: $1,445,700)Hyannis: pavement rehabilitation (reconstruction: $1,445,700) • Imperial: site developmentImperial: site development • Kearney: extend runway 13/31 200’, NSPKearney: extend runway 13/31 200’, NSP • Lexington: parallel taxiwayLexington: parallel taxiway • Lexington: rehab road and parking lot ($366,000)Lexington: rehab road and parking lot ($366,000) • McCook: SRE and SRE buildingMcCook: SRE and SRE building • McCook: hangar and/or hangar rehabilitationMcCook: hangar and/or hangar rehabilitation • McCook: extend runway 4/22, NSPMcCook: extend runway 4/22, NSP • Nebraska City: parallel taxiway to runway 33 ($1,268,955; includes federal ineligibleNebraska City: parallel taxiway to runway 33 ($1,268,955; includes federal ineligible section)section) • Nebraska Department of Aeronautics: PCI software update to include PCN valuesNebraska Department of Aeronautics: PCI software update to include PCN values ($80,000)($80,000) • Nebraska Department of Aeronautics: Economic Impact StudyNebraska Department of Aeronautics: Economic Impact Study • Neligh: AWOS III P/TNeligh: AWOS III P/T • North Platte: relocate utilities ($1,000,000)North Platte: relocate utilities ($1,000,000) • North Omaha: correct licensing violationsNorth Omaha: correct licensing violations • North Omaha: pavement rehabilitationNorth Omaha: pavement rehabilitation • O’Neill: runway 4/22 lights ($290,000)O’Neill: runway 4/22 lights ($290,000) • O’Neill: pave access road and parking ($600,000)O’Neill: pave access road and parking ($600,000) • O’Neill: complete parallel taxiway to runway 13O’Neill: complete parallel taxiway to runway 13 • Ogallala: parallel taxiway ($1,720,000; project could be broken into phases)Ogallala: parallel taxiway ($1,720,000; project could be broken into phases) • Ord: complete parallel taxiway to runway 13Ord: complete parallel taxiway to runway 13 • Oshkosh: terminal building to meet ADA requirementsOshkosh: terminal building to meet ADA requirements • Plattsmouth: construct crosswind runway, NSPPlattsmouth: construct crosswind runway, NSP • Plattsmouth: install MALSR, NSPPlattsmouth: install MALSR, NSP • Red Cloud: AWOS III P/TRed Cloud: AWOS III P/T • Sargent: 200’ runway extension and survey for approach eligibility (pavement: $87,000Sargent: 200’ runway extension and survey for approach eligibility (pavement: $87,000 survey: $120,00)survey: $120,00) • Scottsbluff: pave west access road to airport ($1,951,260)Scottsbluff: pave west access road to airport ($1,951,260) • Scottsbluff: parallel taxiway to runway 23 (pave: $2,822,400; light: $454,860)Scottsbluff: parallel taxiway to runway 23 (pave: $2,822,400; light: $454,860) • Scribner: PAPIScribner: PAPI • Seward: apron ($625,000)Seward: apron ($625,000) • Sidney: pave runway 3/21, NSPSidney: pave runway 3/21, NSP • Sidney: install MALSR, NSPSidney: install MALSR, NSP • South Sioux City: runway rehabilitation (reconstruction: $1,208,600)South Sioux City: runway rehabilitation (reconstruction: $1,208,600) • Tecumseh: Reconstruct T-hangarTecumseh: Reconstruct T-hangar • Thedford: PAPIThedford: PAPI • Valentine: extend/widen runway 1432 to C-II, NSPValentine: extend/widen runway 1432 to C-II, NSP • Valentine: full parallel taxiwayValentine: full parallel taxiway
  13. 13. Hangars and Fuel Systems are theHangars and Fuel Systems are the most common capital improvementmost common capital improvement request.request.
  14. 14. Projects Constructed in 2017Projects Constructed in 2017
  15. 15. Nebraska City Municipal AirportNebraska City Municipal Airport Construct PartialConstruct Partial Parallel TaxiwayParallel Taxiway
  16. 16. Tekamah Municipal AirportTekamah Municipal Airport
  17. 17. Kearney Regional AirportKearney Regional Airport
  18. 18. Eppley AirfieldEppley Airfield
  19. 19. Eppley AirfieldEppley Airfield
  20. 20. Projects Funded in 2017,Projects Funded in 2017, Planned construction in 2018Planned construction in 2018
  21. 21. Plattsmouth Municipal AirportPlattsmouth Municipal Airport Relocate Partial ParallelRelocate Partial Parallel TaxiwayTaxiway
  22. 22. Wayne Municipal AirportWayne Municipal Airport
  23. 23. Planned concrete projects for 2018Planned concrete projects for 2018 funding include:funding include: • Aurora Municipal AirportAurora Municipal Airport – Runway rehabilitationRunway rehabilitation • Beatrice Municipal AirportBeatrice Municipal Airport – Runway rehabilitationRunway rehabilitation
  24. 24. Future OpportunitiesFuture Opportunities and Challengesand Challenges
  25. 25. Thank You.Thank You.

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