Request for Qualifications
Rehabilitation of Taxiway A
The Pennsylvania State University Park Airport recently completed a feasibility study for the
rehabilitation of Taxiway A and is seeking a qualified aviation consultant to provide professional
services for the design and construction administration/inspection for this project. The feasibility
study report is enclosed for your reference. All work will be required to meet Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA) and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Bureau of Aviation
The total estimated project budget, including soft costs and contingency, is $35,200,000. This budget
is dependent on federal, state, and Passenger Facility Charge Program funding which may require the
project to be constructed in multiple phases and years. The goal is to design the entire project at one
time with the understanding that the plans and specifications may need to be broken out into separate
packages to accommodate available funding.
The goal is to start construction as early as 2020.
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View the Feasibility Study
PSU Project Leader Kurt Coduti email@example.com (814) 863-4960
Pennsylvania State University and the Centre County Airport Authority, the sponsors of the University Park Airport (UNV), intend to file an application with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to implement a Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) program for selected projects. The proposed PFC level of collection is $4.50 per eligible enplaned passenger for all projects. The estimated charge effective date for this Notice of Intent is July 1, 2019, and the estimated charge expiration date is October 1, 2036. The following projects are included in the application to Impose and Use (“Impose and Use” projects) the PFC revenue or to solely Impose (“Impose Only projects) the PFC revenue. Projects which will be classified as Impose and Use have either been previously completed or will be implemented within two years of the approval of this application by the FAA. Projects which will be classified as Impose Only will be implemented within five years of the approval of this application by the FAA and will be subject of a separate application to solely use PFCs within three years of the approval of this application.
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