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Type of Work
  
Description of Work
Work Experience Last Five Years
Equipment List
Employee Requirements
Airport Concrete Paving
8010
Contractors performing this work code are responsible for paving airport runways, taxiways, and aprons. Contractors should have performed three projects conforming to FAA, Army Corps of Engineers, or AASHTO standards. Contractors should be knowledgeable in FAA runway safety publications and had training for CFR 130.303.
Airport Asphalt Paving
8020
Contractors performing this work code are responsible for paving airport runways, taxiways, and aprons. Contractors should have performed three projects conforming to FAA, Army Corps of Engineers, or AASHTO standards. Contractors should be knowledgeable in FAA runway safety publications and had training for CFR 130.303.
*Airport Signage
8060
Contractors performing this work code should have performed three projects conforming to both FAA Advisory Circular 150/5300-13, 'Airport Design' standards and Advisory Circular 150/5340-18F, 'Standards for Airport Sign Systems' . Contractors must have an electrical license to install lighted signs.
Airport Electronics and Navigation Aids
8070
Contractors performing this work code should have performed three projects conforming to FAA Advisory Circular 150/5300 -13, 'Airport Design' standards and all FAA Advisory Circular in the 150/5340 and 150/5345-series that are related to Airport Electronics and Navigational Aids. Contractors performing this work code must have an electrical license. Contractors should be knowledgeable in FAA runway safety publications and had training for CFR 130.303.
AIRPORT OPERATIONS COUNTING TOOL
8075
Vendors must provide a service that can deliver automated, continuous 24/7, all-weather; real-time access to flight operations data, including aircraft landings and takeoffs.
The service must record 90% or better of landings to and takeoffs from runway pavement by equipped (ADS-B) fixed-wing aircraft. Each recorded aircraft operation with ADS-B data should identify its associated Aircraft Design Group (ADG), as defined by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Additional operations may be recorded and included in the data, but must be distinguished with appropriate descriptions, such as “low passes,” “touch and go,” “missed approach,” etc. An evaluation of overcounting operations with a threshold of 10% must also be provided. The product must at a minimum produce a monthly summary of aircraft operations showing the monthly total by aircraft ADG and daily operation counts, with aircraft details, including the aircraft’s ADG and its make, model, and registration.
Airport Hangars
8080
Contractors performing this work code should have performed three projects conforming to FAA Advisory Circular 150/5300-13, 'Airport Design' standards.
Airport Markings
8100
Contractors performing this work code should have performed three projects both FAA Advisory Circular 150/5300-13, 'Airport Design' and AC150/5340-1K, 'Standards for Airport Markings'. Contractors should be knowledgeable in FAA runway safety publications and had training for CFR 130.303.
Airport Fuel Farms
8130
Contractors performing this work code should have performed three projects conforming to both FAA Advisory Circular 150/5300-13, 'Airport Design', 150/5320-15A, 'Management of Airport', 150/5200-31C, 'AirportEmergency Plan' and all FAA Environmental Standards pertaining to Airport Fuel Facilities.
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