Airport Projects

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

Project Name:

Architect-Engineer Services for Airport Emergency and Normal Power Load Study

Project No.:

P404

Project Description:

John Wayne Airport (JWA) is seeking Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) from specialized Architect-Engineers (A-Es) experienced in performing an aiport emergency and normal power load study.

Status:

Download Notice Inviting Bid

Upcoming Milestones:

Questions due:
October 5, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. PST
Statements of Qualifications due:
October 14, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. PST

Project Manager:

Don Horn
(949) 252-5097
dhorn@ocair.com

Project Name:

Architect-Engineer Services for Program Management Services at John Wayne Airport

Project No.:

P101

Project Description:

John Wayne Airport (JWA) utilizes private architect-engineering (A-E) firms to help manage its Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and other airport projects.

Status:

Contracts awarded June 28, 2016

Project Manager:

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

Project Name:

Architect-Engineer Services for Geotechnical Engineering, Materials Testing, Construction Observation And Inspection Services

Project No.:

P107

Project Description:

John Wayne Airport (JWA) utilizes private architect-engineering (A-E) firms to perform the following specialized services: Geotechnical Engineering, Materials Testing, Construction Observation and Inspection.

Status:

SOQs were received on February 23, 2016

Upcoming Milestones:

Selection of firms by Board of Supervisors anticipated on August 23, 2016

Project Manager:

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

Project Name:

INTERIM LEASE FOR FIXED BASE OPERATOR (FBO)

Project No.:

1121-223

Project Description:

Operate a full-service Fixed Base Operation (FBO) providing aircraft fueling, aircraft charter, aircraft repair and maintenance, and aircraft storage (hangars and tie-downs) for general aviation at John Wayne Airport.

Upcoming Milestones:

Pre-submittal Meeting/Job Walk
October 12, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.

Project Manager:

Gene Duenas
gduenas@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. Construction will include the relocation of numerous information technology systems located at the airport.

Status:

Prequalification Documents were due on June 15, 2015.

Upcoming Milestones:

Request for Proposals advertisement is anticipated in March 2016.

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 early 2017.

Project Manager:

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

Project Name:

Common Use Passenger Processing System (CUPPS) Relocation Project

Project No.:

P419

Project Description:

The Common Use Passenger Processing System Relocation Project will provide point of sale machine infrastructure and anchoring as well as demolition of existing infrastructure for current point of sale machines. The project will also address any necessary repairs to floor finishes affected by the demolition.

Status:

Bids were received on March 9, 2016.

Upcoming Milestones:

Selection of firms by Board of Supervisors anticipated on May 24, 2016

Project Manager:

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

Last Updated: September 28, 2016


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