The Waste Activated Sludge (WAS) Equalization and Blending and Odor Control Improvements Project includes upgrades to several facilities at the McAlpine Creek Wastewater Management Facility (WWMF). Primary components include construction of a new cast in place concrete WAS equalization structure with multiple tanks/cells with mixers and pumps to allow for equalization and blending of WAS from the McAlpine Creek WWMF, Sugar Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) and in the future the Irwin Creek WWTP. Adjacent to this structure is a blending basin pump station which will convey blended WAS to the existing solids treatment process and in the future to the planned Thermal Hydrolysis Process. In addition, the project includes a new wet scrubber chemical odor control system for the Screening and Grit Facility, new duct work to this system from the south plant primary clarifiers and gravity thickeners as well as the rehabilitation of the Consolidated Influent Pump Station (CIPS) odor scrubber system.
This solicitation will be to select a a firm to perform a power study and start to replace the current commercial level UPS and inverters for all 15 communications cabinet on the Blue Line. The current UPS and inverters for all 15 communications cabinet have a life expectancy of eight years. They are at the end of life and must be replaced to prevent failures that impact the operation of communications to vital Signal and Traction Power operations. Likewise, environmental control/monitoring systems that support the communications houses has reached end of life and must be addressed to continue supporting the critical network equipment in each communications house. FY2019 – request to continue the system upgrade of the Blue Line and complete any outstanding items not covered in FY18.
Replace and relocate Air Handler located in the Boiler Room on the basement level of the main terminal.
The removal of existing signs and foundations and installation of both Owner-furnished and Contractor-furnished LED airfield guidance signs on new concrete foundations
This project is related to on-going maintenance and repair project for asphalt pavement around the Airport’s Airfield, including runways and taxiways. The typical scope of work involves milling and resurfacing heavily-used areas of runways and taxiways, which will usually involve working during night-time hours, in order to minimize impacts to Airport Operations,
The Central Energy Plant is part of the Terminal Lobby Expansion Construction Management at Risk Project.
Provide construction services for a new central energy plant to be located on the first level. The central energy plant will be for the New Terminal Expansion, but will also include space for current and future infield development.
Construct a new Centralized Receiving and Distribution Center (CRDC) on the south side of the airport. CRDC will provide additional receiving and distribution space to support the growing delivery operations for the airport, reducing the overall vendor traffic in the terminal.
Construction of a new 2-story, 33,000 sf passenger charter terminal to be operated by Wilson Air Center, the Fixed Base Operator (FBO) for General Aviation Aircraft.
Remove and replace the joint sealant in the concrete pavement in the following locations: Runway 18R-36L, Taxiway W (and associated taxiways), Taxiway N, Taxiway S, and Taxiway V (and associated taxiways).