Reagan/Dulles International Airports

project summary:

ADCI is providing planning, design and construction services for multiple tasks under a 3-year task order contract. The Capital Operating, Maintenance and Investment Program (COMIP) provides facility repairs, upgrades, and improvements for both Ronald Reagan Washington National and Washington Dulles International Airports. These are not the high profile projects of the capital improvement program, but the necessary projects that are required to keep the facilities operating on a day in and day out basis. Assignments include investigations, feasibility studies, conceptual and final design, construction management, and overall coordination of individual project components.

ronald reagan washington national airport:

  1. Runway 1-19 Part 139 Compliance Corrections involving surveys, analysis, recommendations, and conceptual design for improvements to bring the airport into compliance with deviations noted in the annual FAA Part 139 Inspection.
  2. Resident engineering and construction management for a TSA pilot program to install a Buried Security Cable (perimeter detection) along the River adjacent to the airfield.
  3. Aircraft Parking Analysis including loading bridge replacement to accommodate fleet mix flexibility for new airlines operating at the Airport.
  4. Surveys and Analysis of obstructions to the One Engine Inoperative (OEI) surfaces associated with departures on Runway 1.
  5. Resident Engineering and construction management services for ATCT Roof Repairs.
  6. Analysis and recommendations for Departure Curbside Bridge Expansion and Cold Joint Repairs.
  7. Renovation of the Communications Office Suite.

washington dulles international airport:

  1. Airfield-wide Storm Drainage System Analysis and Rehabilitation including an initial concept study and a design and construction services for a multi-phase improvement program.
  2. Multiple tasks associated with follow-up projects to support the opening of the new Airport People Mover system.  Specific tasks included completion of finishes in and terrazzo flooring repairs in areas outside the original limits of work for the Main Terminal Station, renovation of Security Checkpoint Area, Tier 2 APM Station Modifications to improve passenger way finding and pedestrian flows, complete signage of all rooms associated with the APM in accordance with the Airports signage system, and provisions for man-lifts to cross the tracks to access areas of the Stations for maintenance.
  3. Comprehensive facilities and code assessments of Cargo Buildings 1 – 4 and the East Office Building and development of long- term maintenance and improvement programs.
  4. Renovations to the Salt and Sand Building Storage Building.
  5. Design of the final Phase (4) to complete improvements to the International Arrivals Building.
  6. Design of the Hourly Parking Administration Building.