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1 ENHANCING AIRPORT SAFETY WITH AVIATION TURF Copyright 2007 © AvTurf, LLC. All rights reserved. Copyright in the material contained on this presentation is owned by AvTurf, LLC (AvTurf). Reproduction, in any manner, of the contents of this presentation, or any part hereof, without prior written consent of an authorized officer of AvTurf is prohibited and subject to sanction. The information and materials on this presentation are provided AS IS without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, satisfactory quality, or non-infringement. Information described on this presentation is furnished for informational use only, is subject to change without notice, and should not be construed as a guarantee, commitment, condition or offer by AvTurf and AvTurf assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear on this presentation. AvTurf may make improvements and/or changes to the product(s) and/or in the information described on this presentation without further notice, which may effect its currency or accuracy

2 INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION ENVIRONMENTAL OVERVIEW ENVIRONMENTAL OVERVIEW ARTIFICIAL TURF SYSTEM ARTIFICIAL TURF SYSTEM AVTURF AIRPORT PROJECTS AVTURF AIRPORT PROJECTS CONCLUSION CONCLUSION P RESENTATION O UTLINE 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved.

3 AVTURF HISTORY AVTURF BEGAN INSTALLING ARTIFICIAL TURF ON AIRPORTS IN 2000AVTURF BEGAN INSTALLING ARTIFICIAL TURF ON AIRPORTS IN 2000 AVTURF CONDUCTED NUMEROUS TESTS WITH THE FAA TO DETERMINE THE ASSOCIATED BENEFITS/RISKS OF ARTIFICIAL TURF ON AIRPORTSAVTURF CONDUCTED NUMEROUS TESTS WITH THE FAA TO DETERMINE THE ASSOCIATED BENEFITS/RISKS OF ARTIFICIAL TURF ON AIRPORTS AVTURF ESTABLISHED PERFORMANCE & TESTING STANDARDS TO ENSURE SAFETY & EFFICIENCYAVTURF ESTABLISHED PERFORMANCE & TESTING STANDARDS TO ENSURE SAFETY & EFFICIENCY PUBLISHED TECHNICAL REPORTSPUBLISHED TECHNICAL REPORTS AIRSIDE APPLICATIONS AIRSIDE APPLICATIONSDOT/FAA/AR-06/23 TAXIWAY IDENTIFICATION TECHNIQUES TAXIWAY IDENTIFICATION TECHNIQUESDOT/FAA/AR-TN07/54 FAA ADVISORY CIRCULAR #150/5370-15 PUBLISHED SEPTEMBER 29, 2007FAA ADVISORY CIRCULAR #150/5370-15 PUBLISHED SEPTEMBER 29, 2007 I NTRODUCTION 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved.

4 SERVICES OFFERED AVTURF PROVIDES AIRPORTS WITH A SAFETY ENHANCING GROUND COVERAVTURF PROVIDES AIRPORTS WITH A SAFETY ENHANCING GROUND COVER AVTURF PRODUCTS INCREASE AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SAFETY WHILE REDUCING MAINTENANCE IN AND AROUND INSTALLATION AREASAVTURF PRODUCTS INCREASE AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SAFETY WHILE REDUCING MAINTENANCE IN AND AROUND INSTALLATION AREAS AVTURF PRODUCTS CAN BE USED TO COVER NATURAL GROUND SURFACES AS WELL AS GLUED DOWN ON ASPHALT/CONCRETE SURFACESAVTURF PRODUCTS CAN BE USED TO COVER NATURAL GROUND SURFACES AS WELL AS GLUED DOWN ON ASPHALT/CONCRETE SURFACES AVTURF WORKS WITH AIRPORT OPERATIONS, ENGINEERING, AND MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL AS WELL AS AIRPORT CONSULTANTS AND FAA PERSONNEL TO PROVIDE SUPERIOR AVIATION EXPERTISE IN AIRPORT SAFETY AND CONSTURCTIONAVTURF WORKS WITH AIRPORT OPERATIONS, ENGINEERING, AND MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL AS WELL AS AIRPORT CONSULTANTS AND FAA PERSONNEL TO PROVIDE SUPERIOR AVIATION EXPERTISE IN AIRPORT SAFETY AND CONSTURCTION I NTRODUCTION 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved.

5 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. INTRODCUTION INTRODCUTION ENVIRONMENTAL OVERVIEW ENVIRONMENTAL OVERVIEW ARTIFICIAL TURF SYSTEM ARTIFICIAL TURF SYSTEM AVTURF AIRPORT PROJECTS AVTURF AIRPORT PROJECTS CONCLUSION CONCLUSION P RESENTATION O UTLINE

6 KEY ADVANTAGES EROSION CONTROL EROSION CONTROL REDUCTION OF FOREIGN OBJECT DAMAGE/DEBRIS (F0D)REDUCTION OF FOREIGN OBJECT DAMAGE/DEBRIS (F0D) REDUCED AIRFIELD MAINTENANCEREDUCED AIRFIELD MAINTENANCE WILDLIFE MITIGATIONWILDLIFE MITIGATION VISUAL ENHANCEMENTSVISUAL ENHANCEMENTS SOIL STABILITYSOIL STABILITY IMPOVED DRAINAGEIMPOVED DRAINAGE E NVIRONMENTAL O VERVIEW 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved.

7 CREATES STABLE TURF SHOULDERS AROUND HIGH MOVEMENT AREAS CREATES STABLE TURF SHOULDERS AROUND HIGH MOVEMENT AREAS GENERATES A LASTING INFIELD ISLAND GROUND COVER GENERATES A LASTING INFIELD ISLAND GROUND COVER ELIMINATES RUTTING CREATED BY VEHICLE MOVEMENT OR AIRCRAFT VEER OFF ON NON-PAVED SURFACES ELIMINATES RUTTING CREATED BY VEHICLE MOVEMENT OR AIRCRAFT VEER OFF ON NON-PAVED SURFACES 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. E NVIRONMENTAL O VERVIEW EROSION CONTROL

8 FOD REDUCTION/CONTROL CREATES STERILE & STATIC ENVIRONMENT ON INFIELD ISLANDSCREATES STERILE & STATIC ENVIRONMENT ON INFIELD ISLANDS CONSISTENT LOW PILE HEIGHT ALLOWS FOR EASY RECOGNITION & CLEANUP OF POTENTIAL FODCONSISTENT LOW PILE HEIGHT ALLOWS FOR EASY RECOGNITION & CLEANUP OF POTENTIAL FOD 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. E NVIRONMENTAL O VERVIEW

9 REDUCES SHUTDOWN OF RUNWAYS/TAXIWAYS FOR MOWINGREDUCES SHUTDOWN OF RUNWAYS/TAXIWAYS FOR MOWING REDUCES POTENTIAL FOR VEHICLE/PEDESTRIAN DEVIATIONSREDUCES POTENTIAL FOR VEHICLE/PEDESTRIAN DEVIATIONS EASY REMOVAL OF F.O.D.EASY REMOVAL OF F.O.D. DOES NOT AFFECT THE MOWING OF TRANSITION AREA FROM NATURAL GRASS TO ARTIFICIAL TURFDOES NOT AFFECT THE MOWING OF TRANSITION AREA FROM NATURAL GRASS TO ARTIFICIAL TURF REDUCTION/ELIMINATION OF HERBICIDE AND PESTICIDE USEREDUCTION/ELIMINATION OF HERBICIDE AND PESTICIDE USE 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. E NVIRONMENTAL O VERVIEW REDUCED AIRFIELD MAINTENANCE

10 WILDLIFE MITIGATION 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. NON–LETHAL MEANS OF DETERRING WILDLIFENON–LETHAL MEANS OF DETERRING WILDLIFE DOES NOT PROVIDE SUITABLE HABITAT FOR ANIMALSDOES NOT PROVIDE SUITABLE HABITAT FOR ANIMALS SHORT PILE HEIGHT ELIMINATES COVER FOR PREY BASED SPECIESSHORT PILE HEIGHT ELIMINATES COVER FOR PREY BASED SPECIES REDUCES BIRD STRIKES CREATED BY FEEDING DURING MOWINGREDUCES BIRD STRIKES CREATED BY FEEDING DURING MOWING E NVIRONMENTAL O VERVIEW

11 VISUAL ENHANCEMENT ENHANCES DISTINCTION BETWEEN PAVED & NON-PAVED SURFACESENHANCES DISTINCTION BETWEEN PAVED & NON-PAVED SURFACES HELPS PILOTS DISTINGUISH AMONG USABLE & NON-USABLE HARD SURFACESHELPS PILOTS DISTINGUISH AMONG USABLE & NON-USABLE HARD SURFACES ASSISTS PILOTS IN MAKING FINAL APPROACH ADJUSTMENTSASSISTS PILOTS IN MAKING FINAL APPROACH ADJUSTMENTS 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. E NVIRONMENTAL O VERVIEW

12 CUTS DOWN ARFF RESPONSE TIMES BY PROVIDING QUICKER AND MORE DIRECT ROUTES TO INCIDENT SITESCUTS DOWN ARFF RESPONSE TIMES BY PROVIDING QUICKER AND MORE DIRECT ROUTES TO INCIDENT SITES 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. ENGINEERED LOAD-BEARING BASE MAINTAINS INTEGRITY DURING AIRCRAFT VEER-OFFENGINEERED LOAD-BEARING BASE MAINTAINS INTEGRITY DURING AIRCRAFT VEER-OFF 67,000 LBS ARFF V EHICLE 757 BICYCLE GEAR ON TURF ENHANCED SOIL STABILITY E NVIRONMENTAL O VERVIEW

13 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. ENHANCED SOIL STABILITY CREATES A STATIC GROUND COVER THAT ELIMINATES REGULAR MAINTENANCE AND THE POTENTIAL OF AN INCURSION DUE TO NATURAL GROUND COVER REQUIREMENTS CREATES A STATIC GROUND COVER THAT ELIMINATES REGULAR MAINTENANCE AND THE POTENTIAL OF AN INCURSION DUE TO NATURAL GROUND COVER REQUIREMENTS E NVIRONMENTAL O VERVIEW ARTIFICIAL TURF SURFACE NATURAL TURF SURFACE

14 BEFOREAFTER IMPROVED DRAINAGE SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES STANDING WATER SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES STANDING WATER SAND INFILL ACTS AS A FILTRATION SYSTEM AND ASSISTS IN REDUCING AIRFIELD CONTAMINANTS SAND INFILL ACTS AS A FILTRATION SYSTEM AND ASSISTS IN REDUCING AIRFIELD CONTAMINANTS TEST METHOD: ASTM F1551-03 AND DIN 18-035 TEST METHOD: ASTM F1551-03 AND DIN 18-035 DRAINS 25 GALLONS per MINUTE per SQUARE YARD DRAINS 25 GALLONS per MINUTE per SQUARE YARD RAINFALL CAPACITY IS 76.2 INCHES per HOUR RAINFALL CAPACITY IS 76.2 INCHES per HOUR 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. E NVIRONMENTAL O VERVIEW

15 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. P RESENTATION O UTLINE INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION ENVIRONMENTAL OVERVIEW ENVIRONMENTAL OVERVIEW ARTIFICIAL TURF SYSTEM ARTIFICIAL TURF SYSTEM AVTURF AIRPORT PROJECTS AVTURF AIRPORT PROJECTS CONCLUSION CONCLUSION

16 INSTALLATION METHOD ATTACHMENT SYSTEM NON-DEGRADING COMPOSITE HEADER & TRENCH & BURY NON-DEGRADING COMPOSITE HEADER & TRENCH & BURYINFILL FAA APPROVED WINTER OPERATION SILICA SAND FAA APPROVED WINTER OPERATION SILICA SAND OPTIONAL GROWTH INHIBITOR OPTIONAL GROWTH INHIBITOR 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. A RTIFICIAL T URF S YSTEM

17 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. C RITICAL A REA T URF I NSTALLATION C ROSS S ECTION A RTIFICIAL T URF S YSTEM

18 INSTALLATION METHOD GLUE DOWN APPLICATION ARTIFICIAL TURF MAY BE GLUED ON TOP OF EXISTING PAVED SURFACES TO HELP WITH VISUAL DELINEATIONARTIFICIAL TURF MAY BE GLUED ON TOP OF EXISTING PAVED SURFACES TO HELP WITH VISUAL DELINEATION TARGETED AREAS INCLUDE PAINTED ISLANDS, OUT OF SERVICE TAXIWAYS, AND RUNWAY/TAXIWAY SHOULDERSTARGETED AREAS INCLUDE PAINTED ISLANDS, OUT OF SERVICE TAXIWAYS, AND RUNWAY/TAXIWAY SHOULDERS A RTIFICIAL T URF S YSTEM 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved.

19 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. G LUE D OWN T URF I NSTALLATION C ROSS S ECTION A RTIFICIAL T URF S YSTEM

20 BURN CHARACTERISTICS ARTIFICIAL TURF WILL NOT SUPPORT COMBUSTION OR PROPAGATE FLAME ARTIFICIAL TURF WILL NOT SUPPORT COMBUSTION OR PROPAGATE FLAME NO SPECIAL ARFF REQUIREMENTS NO SPECIAL ARFF REQUIREMENTS ARTIFICIAL TURF DOES NOT EMIT TOXIC VAPORS ARTIFICIAL TURF DOES NOT EMIT TOXIC VAPORS SAND INFILL CREATES A BARRIER TO OXYGEN REMOVING FUEL SOURCE FOR FLAME SAND INFILL CREATES A BARRIER TO OXYGEN REMOVING FUEL SOURCE FOR FLAME BURNT TURF WILL NOT HARM BURNT TURF WILL NOT HARM PASSENGERS TRAVERSING ACROSS DURING EMERGENCY EVACUATION 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. A RTIFICIAL T URF S YSTEM

21 AIRFIELD DURABILITY FAA TECHNICAL CENTER WIND TUNNEL & BOEING AIRCRAFT TESTING FAA TECHNICAL CENTER WIND TUNNEL & BOEING AIRCRAFT TESTING 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. A RTIFICIAL T URF S YSTEM TURF IS NOT AFFECTED BY EXPOSURE TO THE FOLLOWING CHEMICALS: TURF IS NOT AFFECTED BY EXPOSURE TO THE FOLLOWING CHEMICALS:

22 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. P RESENTATION O UTLINE INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION ENVIRONMENTAL OVERVIEW ENVIRONMENTAL OVERVIEW ARTIFICIAL TURF SYSTEM ARTIFICIAL TURF SYSTEM AIRPORT PROJECTS AIRPORT PROJECTS CONCLUSION CONCLUSION

23 DETROIT METRO WAYNE COUNTY AIRPORT INSTALLED OVER 300,000 SQ/FT WITH 30 FOOT SHOULDERS ALONG BOTH SIDES OF RUNWAY 9L/27RINSTALLED OVER 300,000 SQ/FT WITH 30 FOOT SHOULDERS ALONG BOTH SIDES OF RUNWAY 9L/27R PRIMARY FOCUS WAS FOR EROSION CONTROL, MAINTENANCE REDUCTION, FOD CONTROL, AND VISUAL ENHANCEMENT FOR PILOTS ON FINAL APPROACHPRIMARY FOCUS WAS FOR EROSION CONTROL, MAINTENANCE REDUCTION, FOD CONTROL, AND VISUAL ENHANCEMENT FOR PILOTS ON FINAL APPROACH 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. A IRPORT P ROJECTS

24 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. MADRID-BARAJAS AIRPORT INSTALLED OVER 150,000 SQ/FT GLUED DOWN ON DECOMMISONED HIGH SPEED EXITS AND RUNWAY ALONG BOTH SIDES OF RUNWAY 15R/33LINSTALLED OVER 150,000 SQ/FT GLUED DOWN ON DECOMMISONED HIGH SPEED EXITS AND RUNWAY ALONG BOTH SIDES OF RUNWAY 15R/33L PRIMARY FOCUS WAS FOR VISUAL DELINEATION FOR PILOTS DURING LANDING AND TAXIINGPRIMARY FOCUS WAS FOR VISUAL DELINEATION FOR PILOTS DURING LANDING AND TAXIING REPLACED REPAINTING OR REMOVAL OF OLD CONCRETE/ASPHALTREPLACED REPAINTING OR REMOVAL OF OLD CONCRETE/ASPHALT

25 A IRPORT P ROJECTS 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. BOSTONS LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT INSTALLED OVER 150,000 SQ/FT AT INTERSECTING RUNWAYS 4R/22L & 33L/4R, RUNWAY 4L/22R & TAXIWAY KILO, AND TAXIWAYS ECHO & WHISKEY INSTALLED OVER 150,000 SQ/FT AT INTERSECTING RUNWAYS 4R/22L & 33L/4R, RUNWAY 4L/22R & TAXIWAY KILO, AND TAXIWAYS ECHO & WHISKEY PRIMARY FOCUS WAS FOD CONTROL AND VISUAL DELINEATION PRIMARY FOCUS WAS FOD CONTROL AND VISUAL DELINEATION

26 BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL THURGOOD MARSHALL AIRPORT INSTALLED OVER 50,000 SQ/FT IN THE SAFETY AREA OF INTERSECTING RUNWAYS 15R/33L & 10/28 INSTALLED OVER 50,000 SQ/FT IN THE SAFETY AREA OF INTERSECTING RUNWAYS 15R/33L & 10/28 PRIMARY FOCUS WAS MINIMIZING MAINTENANCE IN RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY SAFETY AREAS PRIMARY FOCUS WAS MINIMIZING MAINTENANCE IN RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY SAFETY AREAS EROSION CONTROL, FOD CONTROL, AND IMPROVED DRAINAGE EROSION CONTROL, FOD CONTROL, AND IMPROVED DRAINAGE A IRPORT P ROJECTS 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved.

27 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. P RESENTATION O UTLINE INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION ENVIRONMENTAL OVERVIEW ENVIRONMENTAL OVERVIEW ARTIFICIAL TURF SYSTEM ARTIFICIAL TURF SYSTEM AIRPORT PROJECTS AIRPORT PROJECTS CONCLUSION CONCLUSION

28 AVTURF ENHANCES AIRPORT SAFETY AVTURF CLEARLY OFFERS AIRPORTS A COST EFFECTIVE AND SUPERIOR GROUND COVER FOR RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY SAFETY AREASAVTURF CLEARLY OFFERS AIRPORTS A COST EFFECTIVE AND SUPERIOR GROUND COVER FOR RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY SAFETY AREAS REDUCTION OF MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT AS WELL AS WILDLIFE IN SAFETY AREAS SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES THE CHANCE OF VEHICLE/PEDESTRAIN DEVIATIONSREDUCTION OF MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT AS WELL AS WILDLIFE IN SAFETY AREAS SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES THE CHANCE OF VEHICLE/PEDESTRAIN DEVIATIONS AVTURF OFFERS UNMATCHED AVIATION KNOWLEDGE DURING ARTIFICIAL TURF INSTALLATIONS AND SUPERIOR AIRPORT SAFETY DURING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTSAVTURF OFFERS UNMATCHED AVIATION KNOWLEDGE DURING ARTIFICIAL TURF INSTALLATIONS AND SUPERIOR AIRPORT SAFETY DURING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS C ONCLUSION 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved.

29 2007 - AvTurf©. The content of this presentation, including plans, ideas, methods, and other graphical content is the proprietary property of AvTurf© and is disclosed in confidentiality. All rights reserved. QUESTIONS & ANSWERS C ONCLUSION


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