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File #: ID17-914    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Action Item Status: Passed
File created: 6/14/2017 In control: City Council
On agenda: 7/20/2017 Final action: 7/20/2017
Title: Approve a consultant services agreement with CSHQA, Inc., to provide professional architectural and engineering consulting services for a new Terminal Concourse Passenger Boarding Bridge and rehabilitation of the Gate 6 & 8 Hold Room at Fresno Yosemite International Airport in an amount not to exceed $110,017.79 (Council District 4)
Sponsors: Airports Department
Attachments: 1. 06-29-17 CSHQA Gate 8 PBB and Hold Room Agreement.pdf, 2. 06-29-17 CSHQA Gate 8 PBB and Hold Room Site Map.pdf
REPORT TO THE CITY COUNCIL



July 20, 2017


FROM: KEVIN R. MEIKLE, Director of Aviation
Airports Department


SUBJECT
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Approve a consultant services agreement with CSHQA, Inc., to provide professional architectural and engineering consulting services for a new Terminal Concourse Passenger Boarding Bridge and rehabilitation of the Gate 6 & 8 Hold Room at Fresno Yosemite International Airport in an amount not to exceed $110,017.79 (Council District 4)

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RECOMMENDATION

Staff recommends Council authorize the Director of Aviation to execute a consultant agreement with CSHQA, Inc., to provide design and related engineering services for a new Passenger Boarding Bridge (PBB) at Gate 8 and rehabilitation of the Gate 6 & 8 Hold Room (Project) at Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT) in an amount not to exceed $110,017.79.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

In response to the airlines ongoing transition to larger aircraft, the demand for direct PBB access to aircraft has grown. FAT utilizes PBB's at the six passenger gates on the upper level and none on the lower level. The Project will provide a ground-level PBB at lower level Gate 8 and remodel the associated interior passenger boarding area, commonly referred to as a Hold Room.

The PBB will provide a secure, weather protected, fully enclosed and air conditioned passenger boarding process, and will be able to accommodate up to 180-seat aircraft such as a Boeing 737 or Airbus A320. Modifications to the Hold Room will create an open and more efficient operating environment.

BACKGROUND

FAT can accommodate a range of aircraft size, both from PBB's and via ground-loading, which is necessary at regional airports such as FAT. Once the Project is completed, FAT will still have ground loading capabilities to accommodate smaller aircraft and off-schedule arrivals and departures.

The new PBB will enable Gate 8 to be used by the full range of aircraft currently serving FAT while providing passengers and carriers with ...

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