8b. Presentation

Baggage Claim 15 and 16 Replacement

Item No. 8b_supp
Meeting Date: September 27, 2022
Baggage Claim
15 & 16 Replacement
Commission Meeting
September 27, 2022

              Project Purpose / Scope
•  Replace the oldest baggage claim devices 15 & 16.
•  Reduce maintainability and reliability issues due to equipment age.
•  Increase tug lane width in the bag well to improve safety during drop off.
•  Creates additional tenant lease space.
•  Design and construct replacement of baggage claims 15 & 16 flat plate devices with
updated slope plate devices.
•  Build 1000sf of flex space in the bag claim area for future tenants.

              Existing Claims vs Concept
•  Existing claims 15 & 16 have a total of
492 linear feet of claim frontage
•  Proposed slope plate design has 338
linear feet of claim frontage
•  Slope plate width is 5’ which allows for
double stacked bag storage, increasing
overall capacity

               Preliminary Schedule
Event                                    Date
Commission Authorization for Design                          Q3 2022

Commission Authorization for Construction                     Q4 2023

Construction Begin (Notice to Proceed)                         Q2 2024

Construction Completion (Substantial Completion)              Q2 2025

                Preliminary Budget
Phase                    Cost
Design                    $3,667,000

Construction               $10,658,000

Total                           $14,325,000

                   Project Benefits
Replaces the oldest baggage claim devices
Reduces maintainability and reliability issues
Increases tug traffic safety in the bag well
Creates more tenant lease space


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Port of Seattle



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