Airport Projects

John Wayne Airport anticipates issuing Requests for Proposals (RFPs) / Requests for Qualifications (RFQs) for the following projects. Please note that this may not be a complete list of upcoming projects, and all dates are estimates and subject to change at any time.

Project Name:

Thomas F. Riley Terminal Complex Improvements Project

Project No.:

P202

Project Description:

The Thomas F. Riley Terminal Complex Improvements Project brings various improvements to the Terminal Complex at JWA. Where applicable, all project improvements will be completed to the essential facility standard. These improvements include, but are not limited to architectural improvements; seismic upgrade of Terminal A & B including structural and non-structural items; electrical infrastructure; heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) and mechanical systems; plumbing systems; lighting systems; American with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance; Information Technology (IT) systems; security and closed circuit television (CCTV) systems; general aesthetics improvements; and fire sprinkler and alarm systems. These improvements will improve existing facilities aesthetics and infrastructure, allowing patrons of JWA and Orange County to experience a uniform level of quality throughout the Terminal Complex.

Status:

Design-Build proposals were due on February 25, 2015.

Upcoming Milestones:

Contract award anticipated by Board of Supervisors in September/October 2015.

Project Manager:

Rick Cathey
(949) 252-5129
rcathey@ocair.com

Project Name:

Paularino Gate Improvements

Project No.:

P211

Project Description:

The Paularino Avenue Gate is JWA’s main vehicular airfield access gate and is located at the southeast terminus of Paularino Avenue. The intersection of Paularino and Airway Avenues is approximately 450’ northwest of the Paularino Avenue Gate. The intent of the project is to accomplish the following:

  • Paularino Street Reconstruction
  • JWA Administration Building Improvements
  • Guard Shelter and Security Fence Improvements

Status:

The Orange County Board of Supervisors approved the Notice Inviting Bids on August 04, 2015.

Upcoming Milestones:

Bids are due by September 9, 2015. View Notice Inviting Bids

Project Manager:

John Pape
(949) 252-6058
jpape@ocair.com

Project Name:

Lighting System Upgrades

Project No.:

P319

Project Description:

Throughout the Riley Terminal and other facility locations, JWA currently utilizes a mixture of T12 parabolic fixtures, T12 soffit fixtures, T12 open architecture fixtures, multi-lamp open architecture fixtures, high-intensity discharge (HID) fixtures, and high pressure sodium light fixtures. JWA seeks to replace these fixtures with efficient T8, LED, or similar fixtures.

Status:

The A-E contract was awarded to TTG Engineers on September 30, 2014.

Upcoming Milestones:

Construction bid advertisement is anticipated in late Fall 2015.

Project Manager:

Arbella Arsenous
(949) 252-5128
aarsenous@ocair.com

Project Name:

Station 18 Improvements and Emergency Operations Center Project

Project No.:

P409

Project Description:

The objective of the Station 18 Improvements and Emergency Operations Center (EOC) project is multifold. The Station 18 portion of the project will include the construction of a redundant sheriff dispatch center in JWA Building 366 that will be utilized while retrofits to the existing sheriff dispatch center located in Terminal A are constructed. The project will also include the construction of a new EOC in Building 366 and the demolition of apparatus vehicle bays.

Status:

Prequalification Documents were due on June 15, 2015.

Upcoming Milestones:

Request for Proposals advertisement is anticipated on October 1, 2015.

Project Manager:

Steve Chaky
(949) 252-5275
SChaky@jwair.com

Project Name:

Taxiway Bravo Rehabilitation

Project No.:

P410

Project Description:

Taxiway Bravo is a 75’ wide, full-length, parallel taxiway to Runway 2L/20R. The taxiway serves commercial jets as well as general aviation. The project will rehabilitate Taxiway Bravo from the south end at Taxiway Delta approximately 4,300’ north to a previously completed rehabilitation project. The rehabilitation should extend the service life of the taxiway an additional 20 years. The project will also phase construction to minimize impacts to both commercial and general aviation aircraft operations. Additionally, the project will realign the centerline striping at the Taxiway Bravo/Taxiway Lima intersection according to current FAA standards.

Status:

A-E Agreement awarded to Kimley-Horn.

Upcoming Milestones:

Notice Inviting Bids expected January 2016.

Project Manager:

Steven Carrillo
(949) 252-6020
scarrillo@ocair.com

Last Updated: August 10, 2015


The information above is subject to change at any time without notice and may not be all-inclusive.