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Presented to: FAA Airport Pavement Working Group By: Murphy Flynn Date: April 24, 2012 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update.

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1 Presented to: FAA Airport Pavement Working Group By: Murphy Flynn Date: April 24, 2012 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update

2 2 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Outline High Temperature Pavement Test Facility Site Development NAPTF Construction Update Airport Safety Research Taxiway

3 3 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Length 125 Feet 11 ft Heavy Vehicle Simulator - Airfield

4 4 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Proposed Site Layout

5 5 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Proposed Test Strip Layout

6 6 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Proposed HVS-A Site Building Building to be set on raised foundation with enclosed ends

7 7 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, ft Wide Cover for Test Strips (Subgrade Process Facility)

8 8 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Revised Safety / ARFF Building

9 9 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Construction Authorization - Original Bid Documents Prepare Plans & Specs Receive FAA MSPB Approval Pinelands Commission Application / Approval ~ 270 Days Civil Site Engineering Design Environmental Assessment Engineering: Preliminary Site Layout Submit Request to Master Planning and Siting Board MPSB Review / Acceptan ce

10 10 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Construction Authorization - Revised Receive FAA Tech. Ctr. MSPB Approval Environmental Assessment Submit Request to Master Planning and Siting Board MPSB Review / Acceptance Engineering: Preliminary Site Layout Bid Documents Construction Plans and Specifications Civil Site Engineering Design

11 11 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Estimated Timeline Dec – Submitted to MPSB Feb – Received MPSB Acceptance Jun – Requested SOW for EA Dec EA SOW completed Mar – Award EA Apr RFP for Eng. & Site Design May 2012 – Award Eng. & Site Design Sep – Complete EA Nov – Complete Site Design Feb 2013 – Award Construction

12 12 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 NAPTF 2012 / 2013 Proposed Construction Schedule Fall/Winter 2012 – CC7 Flexible Pavement Construction Summer 2012 – Paving of HTP / Heated Pavement Winter 2012 / Spring 2013 – Demolition of CC6 Rigid Pavements Spring / Summer 2013 – CC8 Rigid Pavement Construction

13 13 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Airport Technology Research Taxiway Memorandum of Agreement signed between the FAA and Delaware River & Bay Authority  Grants the FAA the “right to construct, operate, and maintain research infrastructure” at the Cape May County Airport from November 15, 2010 through September 30, 2030.

14 14 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Cape May County Airport

15 15 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Airport Technology Research TW

16 16 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Project Summary The objectives of the project are to: –Rehabilitate former Taxiway C to develop a state of the art research test bed. Design, install, test, monitor, and report on new technologies in signs, lighting, and markings. –Allow for other airport safety and pavement research needs to be conducted. –Be utilized as a taxiway by the airport when the FAA is not actively conducting research on the test bed.

17 17 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Project Summary Primary use of the test bed will be for evaluating various airfield lighting systems. –Centerline Lights –Runway Guard Lights – In-Pavement and Elevated –Touch Down Zone Lighting –Runway Status Lights –Will be reconfigurable – multiple duct banks, hand holes, pull boxes and conduit Support lighting requirements for airport’s use of taxiway when FAA not testing. –In-pavement taxiway lights may be tied into the airport’s existing infrastructure w/ cut off capability.

18 18 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Design Development Electrical Vault –300kva 277/480 3-phase, pad mounted transformer –Install building to accommodate regulators, support equipment, staging area, and storage. Power to be provided Atlantic City Electric –Brought in from overhead lines along Fulling Mill Rd –Direct burial along airport fence line to transformer.

19 19 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Existing Pavement Condition Taxiway C

20 20 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Design Development Taxiway C Pavement Rehabiliation –from Runway 10/28 to Taxiway B ~ 2800 feet long –50’ wide full strength Mill top 3 inches of existing surface Re-grade using millings and compact existing base and millings Prime coat 3” surface - various pavement mixes –50’ shoulders 3 inch mill, grade and compact in place Prime coat Overlay with new 3 inch HMA

21 21 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Pavement Research  Five Test Pavement Sections, each +/- 550 feet long  Provides an excellent opportunity to study the effect of environmental factors on the durability of new environment friendly (greener) materials used for surface layers in flexible pavements.  Periodic Heavy Weight Deflectometer (HWD) tests and other non- destructive tests (PSPA) will be performed to monitor changes in the material properties (such as stiffness, etc.) of pavement layers.  Laboratory tests on material samples collected during construction.  The test pavement will be used to improve and develop new instrumentation and data acquisition techniques.

22 22 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Test Pavement Layout P-401 Marshall PG P-405 SMA PG P-401 Marshall WMA PG P-401 SuperPave PG P-401 Marshall PG 76-22

23 23 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 Work Completed - Schedule 30% Design submitted October % Design submitted January % Design submitted April 2012 Final Bid Package due end of May 2012 Bidding and Award –Summer / Fall 2012 Construction –Fall 2012 – Spring 2013

24 24 Federal Aviation Administration Construction Update April 24, 2012 QUESTIONS? Murphy Flynn


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