1 MICHIGAN AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PACKAGE MDOT Office of Aeronautics Airport Capital Improvement Plan Prepared for: West Michigan Regional Airport Holland, Michigan August 2013 Contact: Mr. Greg Robinson West Michigan Regional Airport 270 South River Avenue Holland, MI fax Prepared by:
2 Airport Name: West Michigan Regional Airport Date prepared: Associated City: Holland, MI Prepared By: JET Sponsor: West Michigan Airport Authority Sponsor address & phone: Airport Identifier: BIV Development Shown on ALP? ACIP NPIAS Federal Federal Federal State Local Total Year Project Description (Yes or No) Code** Priority Rating** Entitlements Apportionment Discretionary 2014 Carry forward 2012 & 2013 NPE = 241,700 MICHIGAN STATE BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM AIRPORT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP) FY2014 to FY2018 *ACIP includes current development year (2014 already programmed minor changes acceptable) Remarks/Item Justification Provide as much detail as possible. Property Acquisition for New Terminal Building, Airport Parking Lot/Entrance Road Yes CATECO ,800 47, ,000 Additional land is required for a new airport terminal building area. The additional land is necessary for the automobile parking lot, airport entrance road improvements, emergency access to the terminal building and future expansion. Land acquisition will be initially funded by sponsor then reimbursed at 95 percent state, 5 percent local. Design Engineering for Terminal Building Site Work & Auto Parking Lots Design Engineering for Terminal Apron Purchase Wetland Mitigation Credits Architectural Design for Airport Terminal Building Terminal Building Site Work & Auto Parking Lot Construction Terminal Apron Construction Airport Terminal Building Construction Yes CATECO 47 49, ,750 2,750 55,000 Yes CAAPCO ,150 15, ,250 9, ,000 Yes CATECO 47 45, ,500 2,500 50,000 Yes CATECO ,100 17, ,000 Yes CATECO , , ,000 45, ,000 Yes CAAPCO 54 1,529,200 1,250, , ,400 3,088,000 Yes CATECO ,000 3,126,000 3,626,000 This involves design engineering for the site improvements around the new terminal building, including new parking lot and possible entrance road. Construction of the terminal apron at midfield needs to occur simultaneously with the development of a new airport terminal area. Wetland mitigation credits will be required to offset wetlands displaced during the terminal area project. This project includes architectural design for the new airport terminal building. The design to be based on the recommendations of the previously completed terminal study. Developing the infrastructure around the terminal building will be necessary to accommodate the airport entrance road, auto parking lots, wetland mitigation area and other infrastructure such as water/sewer services. Construction of the terminal apron at midfield needs to occur simultaneously with the development of a new airport terminal area. Construction of a new terminal building will provide the airport with a facility that will better serve the users. Cost from FY 2010 ACIP. New study cost estimates to be inserted when available Carry forward 2014 NPE = 0 Runway 8 MALSR Yes SPRWVI , , ,350 41, ,000 Installation of MALSR on Rwy 8 approach will lower minimums, providing better service to pilots flying the LPV approach to BIV. A 50:1 glide slope will be implemented on Runway 8 and new survey data on obstructions will need to be submitted to FAA's GIS database for analysis to lower minimums. Property Acquisition for Runway 8 MALSR Yes SPRWVI , ,950 36, ,000 Land is required for MALSR installation. Parcels are in Fillmore Township, Allegan County, MI. The first is in Section 17 ( ) and will consist of approximately a 25acre aviation easement inside the RPZ. This parcel is currently active farmland and an easement will allow the continued use of the land for farming. This same parcel will also be subject to a 7acre feesimple purchase for the MALSR approach lights. The second parcel is in Section 18 ( ) and will consist of approximately 10 acres inside the RPZ and will be taken in feesimple since the property includes a residential parcel. An additional parcel that is just west of the RPZ may be necessary since it is a residential parcel and may be tied to the farm parcel Carry forward 2015 NPE = 0 Airport Pavement Preventative Maintenance (Crack Sealing/Paint Marking) Yes RERWIM ,000 38, ,450 10, ,000 Airport markings will likely be faded and need to be remarked by this time. Preventative maintenance of airport pavements with crack sealing, joint repair and sealcoat will extend service life. Rehabilitate Old Airport Terminal Apron & Taxiway/Taxilane Pavements in North Hangar Area Yes RETWIM , ,650 21, ,000 The last pavement condition index (PCI) review indicated the pavement in the north hangar area to have a score of 44 & 68. Due to the relocation of the airport terminal, this project was postponed. However, by 2017, it is anticipated that this area will require attention. These pavements will still provide access to multiple hangars and overflow parking for the new terminal apron, so they need to be addressed Carry forward 2016 NPE = 0 Rehabilitation of Runway Lights and LED Lighting Improvements Yes RERWLI , ,281,900 79,550 79,550 1,591,000 Portions of the runway lighting circuit are over 20 years old. The system shorts often due to high ground water and has become unreliable. The proposed project is to completely rehab the lighting system and remove the primary cause of failure by sheeting water past lights and increasing the subsurface drainage into underdrains away from lighting circuits. LED improvements will prolong service life and reduce operating costs Carry forward 2017 NPE = 0 Design for Runway 8/26 Rehabilitation Preliminary Engineering and EA for Crosswind Runway No RERWIM , ,600 6, ,000 NA CARWCO 63 31, , ,500 7, ,000 Runway 26 was last rehabilitated in 2001 and some sort of rehabilitation will likely be warranted by Design should be accomplished a year prior for better bidding and to allow time to study alternatives. The exact condition of the pavement at this future date is uncertain, so alternatives (Porous Friction Course (PFC) overlay, concrete white topping, etc.) should be studied and give the airport a cost benefit analysis of the available options for them to fully compare. This project involves preliminary engineering and environmental assessment for a future crosswind runway. Do NOT alter spreadsheet format
3 PROJECT: Terminal Building Site Work & Auto Parking Lot Construction. AIRPORT: West Michigan Regional Airport Program Year 2014 FEASIBILITY STUDY Prepared By: WEG 7/12/07, rev RJC 7/24/10 BASED ON FY 2010 DOLLARS Mobilization and General Conditions LS 1 60, ,000 Safety and Security LS 1 20, ,000 Drainage LS 1 90, ,000 Unclassified Excavation CY 10, ,000 Pavement Marking LS 1 20, ,000 Subbase Material CY 3, ,200 Aggregate Base course CY 1, ,000 Asphalt pavement TON 1, ,500 Utilities LS 1 25, ,000 Parking Lot Lights LS 1 60, ,000 Seeding & Mulch Acres 10 4, ,000 CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 654, CONSTRUCTION CONTINGENCIES (20%) = 130, CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 785, ENGINEERING DESIGN = 54, CONSTRUCTION ADMIN.= 79, ,635 ANTICIPATED CONSTRUCTION YEAR = 2014 PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 956, PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 957, TOTAL FEDERAL DOLLARS 95% 909,150 TOTAL STATE DOLLARS 2.5% 23,925 TOTAL LOCAL DOLLARS 2.5% 23,925 Developing the infrastructure around the terminal building will be necessary to accommodate the terminal apron, connector taxiways, airport entrance road, auto parking lots, wetland mitigation area and other infrastructure such as water/sewer services.
4 PROJECT: Terminal Apron AIRPORT: West Michigan Regional Airport Program Year 2014 FEASIBILITY STUDY Date Prepared: 12/14/2010 _X_ STATE PLANNING Prepared By: GWS 12/14/2010 BASED ON FY 2010 DOLLARS Mobilization and General Conditions LS 1 80, ,000 Safety and Security LS 1 15, ,000 Drainage LS 1 60, ,000 Unclassified Excavation CY 55, ,000 Concrete Apron Pavement SY 26, ,230,500 Pavement Marking LS 1 5, ,000 Subbase Material CY 21, ,360 Aggregate Base course CY 7, ,000 Asphalt pavement TON ,000 Lighting (Apron and MITL) LS 1 35, ,000 Seeding & Mulch Acres 2 4, ,000 Perimeter Fence Relocation & New Gates Lump Sum 1 40, ,000 CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 2,344, CONSTRUCTION CONTINGENCIES (15%) = 351, CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 2,696, ENGINEERING DESIGN = 185, CONSTRUCTION ADMIN.= 270, ,151,589 ANTICIPATED CONSTRUCTION YEAR = 2014 RATE OF INFLATION = 0.95% PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 3,273, PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 3,274, New midfield terminal development will require design and construction of associated terminal apron. TOTAL FEDERAL DOLLARS 95% 3,110,300 TOTAL STATE DOLLARS 2.5% 81,850 TOTAL LOCAL DOLLARS 2.5% 81,850
5 PROJECT: Airport Terminal Building Construction AIRPORT: West Michigan Regional Airport Program Year 2014 FEASIBILITY STUDY Prepared By: RJC BASED ON FY 2010 DOLLARS Building Cost (2010 ACIP Numbers) Lump Sum 1 2,885, ,885,000 CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 2,885, CONSTRUCTION CONTINGENCIES (15%) = 432, CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 3,317, ENGINEERING DESIGN = 179, CONSTRUCTION ADMIN.= 160, ,656,750 ANTICIPATED CONSTRUCTION YEAR = 2014 PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 3,805, PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 3,806, TOTAL FEDERAL DOLLARS 0% TOTAL STATE DOLLARS 15.0% 570,900 TOTAL LOCAL DOLLARS 85.0% 3,235,100 Construction of a new terminal building will provide the airport with a facility that will better serve the users. Cost from FY 2010 ACIP, new study cost estimates to be inserted when available. si
6 PROJECT: Runway 8 MALSR AIRPORT: West Michigan Regional Airport Program Year 2015 FEASIBILITY STUDY Prepared By: RJC BASED ON FY 2010 DOLLARS FAA Approach Survey Lump Sum 1 90, ,000 FAA Survey Data Processing / Submission Lump Sum 1 15, ,000 Approach Lighting MALSR Lump Sum 1 335, ,000 Paved FAA Service Drive Lft 2, ,000 Cable 3/C CIC Lft 7, ,000 Airport Electrical Vault Equipment and Modifications Lump Sum 1 35, ,000 Fencing Lft 3, ,000 Gates Each 3 4, ,000 Turfing Acres 8 3, ,000 CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 685, CONSTRUCTION CONTINGENCIES (0%) = CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 685, ENGINEERING DESIGN = 41, CONSTRUCTION ADMIN.= 60, ,100 ANTICIPATED CONSTRUCTION YEAR = 2015 PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 826, PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 827, TOTAL FEDERAL DOLLARS 95% 785,650 TOTAL STATE DOLLARS 2.5% 20,675 TOTAL LOCAL DOLLARS 2.5% 20,675 Completion of GPS approach on Runway 8 will help improve safe access to airport. A 50:1 glide slope will be implemented on Runway 8 and new survey data on obstructions will need to be submitted to FAA's GIS database for analysis to lower minimums. New approach lighting (MALSR) will be installed.
7 PROJECT: Property Acquisition for Runway 8 MALSR AIRPORT: West Michigan Regional Airport Program Year 2015 FEASIBILITY STUDY Prepared By: RJC BASED ON FY 2010 DOLLARS Project Management Lump Sum 1 8, ,000 Appraisal Each 2 7, ,000 Review Appraisal Each 2 4, ,000 Broker / Negotiations Each 2 8, ,000 Environmental Waiver Lump Sum 1 4, ,000 Fee Purchase Vacant Agricultural Land (Parcel #1) Acres , ,000 Aviation Easement Acquisition (Parcel #1) Acres , ,000 Aviation Easement Acquisition (Parcel #2) Acres , ,000 Parcel # Assessed Taxable Value 220,800 Parcel # Assessed Taxable Value 42,800 CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 639, CONTINGENCIES (10%) = 63, CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 702, ENGINEERING DESIGN = CONSTRUCTION ADMIN.= 702,900 ANTICIPATED CONSTRUCTION YEAR = 2015 PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 738, PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 739, TOTAL FEDERAL DOLLARS 95% 702,050 TOTAL STATE DOLLARS 2.5% 18,475 TOTAL LOCAL DOLLARS 2.5% 18,475 Additional land is required for 50:1 glide slope and expanded RPZ for new three dimensional GPS approach. Parcels are in Fillmore Township, Ottawa County, MI. The first is in Section 17 ( ) and will consist of approximately a 25acre aviation easement (inside the RPZ) and 7acre fee purchase for the MALSR approach lights. The land on this parcel is active farmland. The second parcel is in Section 18 ( ) and will consist of an aviation easement (inside the RPZ) approximately 10 acres in size over the northeast corner of the 40acre parcel. This easement will be over the existing homestead and active farmland.
8 PROJECT: Airport Pavement Preventative Maintenance (Crack Sealing/Paint Marking) AIRPORT: Tulip City Airport Program Year 2016 FEASIBILITY STUDY Prepared By: RJC BASED ON FY 2010 DOLLARS Mobilization Lump Sum 1 4, ,000 Safety & Security Lump Sum 1 3, ,000 Large Crack Rehab (Cut/Hot Mix) LFT 2, ,000 Crack Sealing LFT 35, ,500 Airport Pavement Markings SQFT 85, ,000 Surface Painted Hold Signs/Hold Lines Each 6 2, ,000 Apron Seal Coat SQFT 540, ,200 CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 161, CONTINGENCIES (10%) = 16, CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 177, ENGINEERING DESIGN = 8, CONSTRUCTION ADMIN.= 11, ,870 ANTICIPATED CONSTRUCTION YEAR = 2016 PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 208, PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 209, TOTAL FEDERAL DOLLARS 95% 198,550 TOTAL STATE DOLLARS 2.5% 5,225 TOTAL LOCAL DOLLARS 2.5% 5,225 Airport markings will likely be faded and need to be remarked by this time. Preventative maintenance of airport pavements with crack sealing, joint repair and sealcoat will extend service life.
9 PROJECT: Rehabilitate Old Airport Terminal Apron & Taxiway/Taxilane Pavements in North Hangar Area AIRPORT: Tulip City Airport Program Year 2016 FEASIBILITY STUDY Prepared By: BJH rev GWS 7/23/09 BASED ON FY 2010 DOLLARS Mobilization and General Conditions LS 1 55, ,000 Safety and Security LS 1 10, ,000 Unclassified Excavation CY ,500 Pavement Pulverization SYD 5, ,300 Fine Grade & Compact Aggregate Base SYD 5, ,850 Sand Subbase CYD ,500 Gravel Base CYD ,500 Bituminous Surface TON 1, ,000 Permits LS 1 3, ,000 Pavement Marking (Taxiway) LS 1 5, ,000 Turfing and Mulching AC 1 4, ,500 CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 302, CONSTRUCTION CONTINGENCIES (15%) = 45, CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 347, ENGINEERING DESIGN = 25, CONSTRUCTION ADMIN.= 35, ,473 ANTICIPATED CONSTRUCTION YEAR = 2016 PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 432, PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 433, TOTAL FEDERAL DOLLARS 95% 411,350 TOTAL STATE DOLLARS 2.5% 10,825 TOTAL LOCAL DOLLARS 2.5% 10,825 The last pavement condition index (PCI) review indicated the pavement in the north hangar area to have a score of 44 & 68. Due to relocation of airport terminal this project was postponed however, by 2016 it is anticipated that this area will require attention. These pavements will still provide access to multiple hangars and overflow parking for new terminal apron so they need to be addressed.
10 PROJECT: Rehabilitation of Runway Lights and LED Lighting Improvements AIRPORT: West Michigan Regional Airport Program Year 2017 FEASIBILITY STUDY Prepared By: RJC BASED ON FY 2010 DOLLARS Mobilization Lump Sum 1 90, ,000 Safety & Security Lump Sum 1 15, ,000 LED HIRL (new fixture/lens/lamp/transformer) Each ,400 Recondition Old Light bases Each ,000 New Light Bases Each ,000 Cable in Conduit 1/c Lft 12, ,720 Cable in Conduit 2/c Lft 1, ,000 Counterpoise (in pavement) Lft 12, ,300 Counterpoise (outside pavement) Lft 12, ,240 Bituminous Pavement Tons 2, ,063 Aggregate Base Course Cyd 3, ,528 Sand Subbase Cyd 11, ,528 8" Socked Underdrains Lft 12, ,400 Excavation Cyd 15, ,548 LED Wind cones Each 2 3, ,000 LED REILS (rwy 8) Set 1 9, ,000 LED Segmented Circle Each 1 4, ,000 Cable in Conduit 2/c (REIL/Windcone HR) Lft 13, ,000 Drainage Lump Sum 1 75, ,000 Restoration Acres 5 3, ,500 CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 1,104, CONSTRUCTION CONTINGENCIES (15%) = 165, CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 1,269, ENGINEERING DESIGN = 88, CONSTRUCTION ADMIN.= 127, ,485,750 ANTICIPATED CONSTRUCTION YEAR = 2017 PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 1,592, PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 1,593, TOTAL FEDERAL DOLLARS 95% 1,513,350 TOTAL STATE DOLLARS 2.5% 39,825 TOTAL LOCAL DOLLARS 2.5% 39,825 Portions of runway lighting circuit are over 20 years old. System shorts often due to high ground water and has become unreliable. Proposed project is to completely rehab lighting system and remove primary cause of failure by sheeting water past lights and increasing the subsurface drainage into underdrains away from lighting circuits. LED improvements will prolong service life and reduce operating costs.
11 PROJECT: Runway 826 Rehabilitation AIRPORT: Tulip City Airport Program Year 2021 FEASIBILITY STUDY Prepared By: RJC BASED ON FY 2010 DOLLARS Mobilization and General Conditions LS 1 80, ,000 Safety and Security LS 1 10, ,000 Drainage Lump Sum 1 120, ,000 Bituminous Surface 4" TON 16, ,518,000 Profile Milling SY 66, ,667 Fine Grade & Compact Aggregate Base SY 5, ,000 Pavement Marking LS Turfing and Mulching AC CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 1,805, CONSTRUCTION CONTINGENCIES (15%) = 270, CONSTRUCTION TOTAL = 2,076, ENGINEERING DESIGN = 132, CONSTRUCTION ADMIN.= 208, ,416,143 ANTICIPATED CONSTRUCTION YEAR = 2019 PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 2,642, PROJECT YEAR TOTAL COST = 2,643, TOTAL FEDERAL DOLLARS 95% 2,510,850 TOTAL STATE DOLLARS 2.5% 66,075 TOTAL LOCAL DOLLARS 2.5% 66,075 Runway 26 was last rehabilitated in 2001 and some rehabilitation will likely be warranted by This design estimate assumes a rehabilitation, but depending upon pavement condition and the results of the design study the prior year, other preventative maintenance methods may be considered. Note: These costs were developed without the benefit of field surveys or soils investigation. A final cost estimate will be dependent upon development of these items and further design.
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