8h. Presentation

Airport Terminal Solid Waste Project

Item No.        8h_supp
Date of Meeting     April 12, 2022
Airport Terminal Solid Waste Project
Construction Authorization
Commission Meeting
April 12, 2022

Project Purpose
Project addresses waste
from Terminal:
Passenger Growth
Diversion Goals
Sanitation Concerns
Capacity Challenges
Lack of Space
8,000         Terminal Waste Generation       50
Need for Wash
7,500         Passengers
45             Stations
Annual Tons 7,000
6,500                                         40
5,000                                         30 Million Annual Passengers


Project Scope
Construct 2,400 SQ FT of
dedicated refuse collection
space at the ramp level of
Central Terminal
Install Sanitation/Cart
Washing Stations at the
Central Terminal, Concourse
D, the South Satellite and
Service Tunnel
Provide modern compactor
equipment to new spaces


Central Terminal Additions


Project Risks
RISK                   DESCRIPTION                   PROBABILITY     IMPACT       MITIGATION PLAN
Project Coordination     Project Construction schedule                                       Critical reviewers have been identified from
tied to the Baggage Optimization                                     surrounding projects to reduce impacts and
and C1 expansion projects                                          overlap. Coordination meetings are ongoing.
L               M
finishing utility and build-out
work at the Central Terminal
Ramp by fall 2022.
Cost of Materials         Unanticipated price fluctuation                                        Port authorized to issue 10-year compactor purchase
of major equipment and                                          contract to mitigate sudden price
M       M
materials.                                                             fluctuations. Escalation and material pricing updated
in latest design estimates.
Complex Construction   Utility work will require removal                                   During Design extra validation time was allotted for
and replacement of airfield ramp                                     field surveys, potholing and designer onsite visits.
M       M
paving. Contractors unsure of all
risks in area.
Work affecting Tenant    Requires move of Tenant                                            Working with ADR on timing and duration of
operations              Refrigeration units affecting                                        outages. Project will provide new condenser units
M        L
food/perishable storage.                                             and pressure test the new assembly prior to cut
o v e r.  Alternative storage will be provided.

Primary Added Cost Drivers
Additional Cost
Escalation / Material Costs                                  $1,350,000
Utility Changes/Upgrades                                $1,250,000
Foundation Reinforcement                              $1,000,000
Code Change (IBC 2018 Structural)                        $750,000
Building Height for Bay Doors                                $675,000
Cart Wash Stations (regulatory)                              $625,000
Other Misc.                                                $517,000
Budget Increase                                        $6,167,000

Project Cost and Schedule
Cost Breakdown                             This Request        Total Project 
Design                                                  $0          $2,000,000 
Construction                                   $10,576,000         $10,576,000 
Total                                               $10,576,000         $12,576,000 
We are here
Construction Start: Q1 2023
Project in Use: Q4 2023


Action Requested
(1) Increase the project budget for the Airport Terminal Solid
Waste project in the amount of $6,176,000;
(2) Advertise and award a major public works contract for the
Airport's Terminal Solid Waste Project; and
(3) Use Port crews for construction support.
Total request for this action is $10,576,000 for a project
total authorization of $12,576,000.

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