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1 Presentation to SEC-AAAE Annual Conference Chicago Department of Aviation April 19, 2010

2 Today’s presentation Chicago Department of Aviation Overview O’Hare Modernization Program Update Sustainable Initiatives

3 Chicago Department of Aviation O’Hare and Midway International Airports 1,500 CDA employees Generate 540,000 jobs and $45 billion today OMP adds 195,000 jobs $18 Billion

4 Global Connectivity Service to 220 cities worldwide 81 million passengers annually

5 O’Hare Airfield Modernization

6 O’Hare Modernization Program – Completed Projects Runway 9L-27R Runway 10L-28R NATCT (North Airport Traffic Control Tower) November 20, 2008 Sept. 25, 2008

7 Concrete paving on east and west ends of runway Construction of replacement cargo facilities Relocation of rail line and cemetery 10C-28C Runway 10C-28C Construction

8 Runway 9C-27C Runway 10R-28L Western Terminal Planning Study Runway 9R-27L Future of OMP: Completion Phase South Airport Traffic Control Tower

9 Sustainable Airport Manual Released August 2009 Nearly 200 Contributors Design and Construction Best Practices, New Technologies and Lessons Learned SAM Additional Chapters   Planning   Operations and Maintenance   Concessions and Tenants

10 Rating & Measurement System Total Points Possible Green Airplane rating system Buildings - Unoccupied Buildings - Occupied Civil - Landside Civil - Airside

11 Rating & Measurement System

12 Balanced Earthwork Plan 17 million cubic yards of soil

13 Balanced Earthwork Plan Over $120 million saved in reduced truck trips and fees for dumping at landfills

14 OMP Balanced Earthwork Plan Runway 10C Mass Grading East

15 Sustainable Commitments Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel (ULSD) for vehicles + 50hp 5 years ahead of Federal Government’s requirement Oxidation catalysts and particulate traps for cleaner emissions OMP saved $3 million by crushing and reusing concrete and asphalt

16 Impact of Going Green – Green Roofs Alleviate urban “heat island” typical at airports

17 Impact of Going Green – FAA Tower Minimum 20% energy efficiency 20% reduction from baseline water use 90% of waste diverted from landfills Low VOC emitting sealants, paints, coatings Preferred parking for carpools and vans Building products at least 15% recycled content 40% of materials from local sources 10,000 sq. ft. Vegetated “green” roof Design Phase Construction Phase 100% Purple Board drywall - interior buildings Adding shrubs, trees, and planting beds to landscaping Recycling asphalt grindings from the job site for use on other OMP projects USGBC Silver LEED Certification

18 Building Green: FedEx Cargo Facility 200,000 square foot Vegetated “GREEN” Roof 30% reduction from baseline water use Refrigerant Management: No R-11 or R-22 refrigerants 20% of building materials from Local Sources 75% of Construction Waste to be Diverted from landfills Low VOC emitting sealants, paints, and coatings Provide Preferred Parking for Carpools and Vans Pursuing USGBC LEED Silver Certification Administration/World Service Center Pursuing USGBC LEED Silver Certification Administration/World Service Center

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