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AgendaJanuary 20, 20178:00 AMI. Call to OrderII. Approval of Minutes of the IAA Board’s Regular Meeting of December 12, 2016III. Election of Indianapolis Airport Authority Board OfficersIV. Ordinances, Resolutions and Public Hearingsa) Consider, for approval, adoption of BP2017-01-01 regarding Resolution No. 01-2017,concerning the First Amendment to Lease Agreement with AAR Aircraft Services Inc. to furtherclarify operational activities in the process of activating/deactivating hangars per the terms ofthe Lease Agreement.V. Board ReportsPresident’s ReportRex Joseph – Farewell CommentsVI. Official ActionsConsider, for approval, the individual items on the IAA General Agenda, dated January 20, 2017.VII. Staff ReportsExecutive Director’s Report 2016 FAA Part 139 Update – Mike Medvescek Terminal & Campus Optimization Program Presentation – Shannetta GriffinVIII. Other Reports/UpdateIX. Board CommunicationsNext Meeting: Friday, February, 17, 2017 @ 8:00 a.m.X. Adjourn with Meeting to be reconvened at 10:00 a.m. at Ivy Tech College Culinary Institute1 of 31

Agenda (continued)January 20, 201710:00 AMXI. Call to Order - Meeting reconvened at Ivy Tech College Culinary InstituteXII. Opening Remarks, Introductions and Presentation – Executive DirectorXIII. Closing RemarksXIV. Adjourn2 of 31

MINUTESBoard of Directors MeetingIndianapolis Airport AuthorityThe Regular Meeting of the Indianapolis Airport Authority Board was called to order at 8:01a.m., on December 16, 2016, in the Airport’s Board Room at Indianapolis International Airport.Present at commencement of the meeting and comprising a quorum were:Kelly Flynn, PresidentAlfred Bennett, SecretaryDr. Philip Borst, MemberSteve Dillinger, MemberBarbara Glass, MemberJack Morton, MemberBrett Voorhies, MemberMike Wells, MemberLynn Gordon, Advisory MemberRex M. Joseph, Jr., IAA Board CounselIAA executive staff attending:Mario Rodriguez, Executive DirectorMike Medvescek, Sr. Director of Operations & Public SafetyMarsha Stone, Sr. Director of Commercial EnterpriseJoseph Heerens, General CounselShannetta Griffin, Sr. Director of Planning & DevelopmentReid Goldsmith, Sr. Director of ITRobert Thomson, Sr. Director of FinanceRachel Hernandez, Interim Director of Human ResourcesLisa Bierman, Sr. Executive Assistant/Recording SecretaryAPPROVAL OF MINUTESUpon a motion by Mr. Wells, seconded by Mr. Dillinger and unanimously passed, approval wasgiven to the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of November 18, 2016.ORDINANCES, RESOLUTIONS AND PUBLIC HEARINGPresident Flynn next opened the public hearing and described Resolution No. 17-2016,approving the transfer of amounts between budget line item classifications from the 2016appropriations of the Indianapolis Airport Authority System Fund, as outlined in Appendix A(Resolution No. 17-2016). Upon a motion by Mr. Dillinger, seconded by Ms. Glass andunanimously passed, approval was given to Resolution No. 17-2016.President Flynn next described Resolution No. 18-2016, approving the Land and Building LeaseAgreement with Wilcox Environmental Engineering, Inc., for the leasing of Building #176 at theIndianapolis Maintenance Center, for an initial period of three years and Option Termsconsisting of two (2) additional terms of three (3) years each. Annual rental will commence at3 of 31

83,375.00 for the three-year initial period, and is subsequently adjustable in each option termperiod. Upon a motion by Mr. Morton, seconded by Mr. Voorhies and unanimously passed,approval was given to Resolution No. 18-2016.President Flynn next described Resolution No. 19-2016, approving certain changes to theCharter of the Human Resources Committee of the Board of the Indianapolis Airport Authority.President Flynn made a motion that Resolution No. 19-2016, be amended as follows: underSection 3, c. General, paragraph 2, be changed to read as follows: The Indianapolis AirportBoard shall be consulted, for concurrence, prior to the hiring or involuntary release of anymember of IAA’s senior management, or any IAA employee whose annual salary, exclusive ofbenefits, meets or exceeds 120,000. After discussion among the Board members, there was amotion for approval by Mr. Bennett, seconded by Mr. Wells, Resolution No. 19-2016 waspassed with Ms. Glass and Mr. Voorhies casting opposing votes.President Flynn next opened public hearing on BP2016-12-01, regarding a certain Real EstateSale Agreement with Pyramid Design & Construction, for the sale of approximately 1.45 acres ofland located at 5900, 5946, 5950, and 5954 West Minnesota Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, andauthorizing IAA Staff to consummate the transaction. President Flynn then opened the publichearing on this matter and asked if anyone had comments. None appearing, President Flynnclosed the public hearing and asked for a motion. Upon a motion by Mr. Dillinger, seconded byMr. Bennett and unanimously passed, approval was given to BP2016-12-01.President Flynn next announced the IAA’s Board selection of Brian J. Tuohy as IAA BoardCounsel for 2017 and asked for a motion for approval. Upon a motion by Mr. Bennett,seconded by Mr. Wells, and unanimously passed, approval was given for Mr. Tuohy as IAABoard Counsel for 2017.BOARD REPORTSPresident’s ReportPresident Flynn announced Joseph Heerens leaving as General Counsel of IAA and expressed hisappreciation to Mr. Heerens for his service of 7 years to the Indianapolis Airport.Board Counsel, Mr. Rex Joseph announced the Election Rules for the Annual Board OfficerElection Process for 2017, a copy of Election Rules is attached as Exhibit A, to the MeetingMinutes.President Flynn announced that Mr. Bennett, Board Member and Kent Ebbing, GeneralManager, IAA would give a presentation and update regarding Foreign-Trade Zones (FTZ) / INZone (Greater Indianapolis Foreign Trade Zone).OFFICIAL ACTIONSINTRODUCTION AND APPROVAL OF THE INDIANAPOLIS AIRPORT AUTHORITY’S GENERALAGENDA, DATED December 16, 2016: President Flynn introduced and then verbally describedeach of the individual items listed on the General Agenda, after which he asked for separatemotions of approval, as follows:4 of 31

BP2016-12-02. Action 1: Upon a motion by Mr. Wells, seconded by Mr. Dillinger andunanimously passed, approval was given to BP2016-12-02, Action 1.BP2016-12-02. Action 2: Upon a motion by Mr. Bennett, seconded by Mr. Morton andunanimously passed, approval was given to BP2016-12-02, Action 2.BP2016-12-03. Upon a motion by Mr. Morton, seconded by Ms. Glass and unanimously passed,approval was given to BP2016-12-03.BP2016-12-04. Upon a motion by Mr. Bennett, seconded by Mr. Dillinger and unanimouslypassed, approval was given to BP2016-12-04.BP2016-12-05. Upon a motion by Mr. Morton, seconded by Ms. Glass and unanimously passed,approval was given to BP2016-12-05.BP2016-12-06. Upon a motion by Mr. Wells, seconded by Mr. Dillinger and unanimouslypassed, approval was given to BP2016-12-06.BP2016-12-07. Upon a motion by Mr. Bennett, seconded by Mr. Dillinger and unanimouslypassed, approval was given to BP2016-12-07.BP2016-12-08. Upon a motion by Mr. Wells, seconded by Mr. Morton and unanimouslypassed, approval was given to BP2016-12-08.BP2016-12-09. Upon a motion by Mr. Dillinger, seconded by Mr. Morton and unanimouslypassed, approval was given to BP2016-12-09.BP2016-12-10. Upon a motion by Mr. Morton, seconded by Mr. Dillinger and unanimouslypassed, approval was given to BP2016-12-10.BP2016-12-11. Upon a motion by Ms. Glass, seconded by Dr. Borst and unanimously passed,approval was given to BP2016-12-11.BP2016-12-12. Upon a motion by Mr. Morton, seconded by Ms. Glass and unanimously passed,approval was given to BP2016-12-12.BP2016-12-13. Upon a motion by Mr. Wells, seconded by Mr. Dillinger and unanimouslypassed, approval was given to BP2016-12-13.BP2016-12-14. Upon a motion by Mr. Wells, seconded by Mr. Dillinger and unanimouslypassed, approval was given to BP2016-12-14.5 of 31

BP2016-12-15. After discussion among Board members, a motion for approval was made byMr. Wells, seconded by Mr. Morton, BP2016-12-15 was passed, with Ms. Glass and Mr.Voorhies casting opposing votes.STAFF REPORTSExecutive Director’s ReportMr. Rodriguez announced J.D. Power Customer Satisfaction award that IND is ranked number 1as the top medium-sized airport. He announced Robert Thomson, Senior Director of Finance &Treasurer, was recognized as CFO of the Year by the Indianapolis Business Journal. Mr.Rodriguez announced IAA held Thanksgiving dinner by serving a meal to each shift working onthe holiday. Mr. Rodriguez announced IAA’s Employee Holiday Celebration was held onDecember 8 featuring music in Civic Plaza and a meal provided for all shifts. Mr. Rodriguezannounced that the Santa’s Arrival event was held at IND on November 26. The event wassuccessful. In total 600 children gave Santa their wish list with more than 1,200 peopleattending to welcome his arrival. The family event was free and open to the public.ADJOURNMENTPresident Flynn announced that the next IAA Board meeting is scheduled for January 20, 2017.There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:36 a.m.INDIANAPOLIS AIRPORT AUTHORITY *By:Kelly Flynn, PresidentDATED:By:Alfred R. Bennett, Secretary* Signed under authority of IAA Board Resolution #3-20166 of 31

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BOARD MEMO – FIRST AMENDMENT TO LEASE AGREEMENTTo:IAA Board of DirectorsFrom:Marsha Stone, Sr. Director of Commercial EnterpriseDate:January 4, 2017Board Date:January 20, 2017Subject:First Amendment to Lease Agreement with AAR Aircraft Services, Inc.BackgroundAAR Aircraft Services, Inc. (AAR) entered into a new Lease Agreement in December 2014, forthe continuation of their aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services ("MRO"). AAR hasperformed these services at the Indianapolis Maintenance Center (IMC) facility since June 2004.The basis for the First Amendment is to further clarify the understanding of when a hangar isactivated for AAR’s use; which ultimately identifies when rental obligations commence for ahangar. AAR has a total of ten hangars as a part of their overall leasehold structure ofapproximately 970K square feet. AAR has the ability to activate/deactivate these ten hangarsby providing notification to the IAA. A minimum of four hangars have to be activated at alltimes; currently, AAR has a total of seven hangars activated.The specific catalyst of discussion leading to the creation of this First Amendment is thedemolition of the interior docking structures which exist/existed in five of the ten hangars. Adocking structure is a hydraulic apparatus that once an aircraft is within the hangar, theapparatus moves up to the aircraft making it possible for the aircraft to be worked on in severallevels; however, the downside of this system is only one aircraft can fit into the hangar at atime. AAR interprets the current Lease language to not require an “activation” of a hangar andtherefore no rental payments are due during a docking structure demolition.For modern series aircraft from Boeing and Airbus, the size of the aircraft has grown makingthese hangars at times obsolete due to some modern aircraft cannot fit into them properly(with the apparatus in place). By way of example a Boeing 737-900 series aircraft is much largerthan a 737 “classic”. The Boeing 737 series aircraft is far and above a workhorse for domestictravel in the U.S. and is the most common aircraft maintained by AAR at the IMC. AAR and theIAA agreed, as a part of the Lease Agreement negotiation, the docking structures within thesefive hangars needed to be demolished to provide AAR the flexibility to place multiple aircraft8 of 31

into each hangar. The IAA participates in the demolition of the docking structures to these fivehangars via rental credits up to 600K per hangar. Specific Lease language requires AAR tosubmit detailed expenses and As-Built information for the IAA’s review and approval of each ofthe docking structure demolitions. Once approved, the rental credits are spread over certaintime frames as defined within the Lease.IAA and AAR have negotiated new terms which further define when a hangar is “activated” aswell as when a hangar is going under demolition; therefore, the Amendment resolves the June2015 dispute regarding Hangar 1A and Hangar 1B docking structure demolition, specifically,what rental structure is charged by the IAA when AAR has activated a hangar specifically fordocking structure demolition.ScopeStaff requests the IAA Board execute the First Amendment to the Lease Agreement with AARAircraft Services. Inc.ScheduleJanuary 20, 2017:IAA approval of First Amendment to the Lease Agreement with AARAircraft Services, Inc.Revenue and/or Operating Cost ImplicationsRevenue: Rental revenue under all uses of a hangar, excepting dock demolition, will continue tobe charged at 8.20 p.s.f. Rental revenue to be charged during a docking structure demolition only (a definedperiod), is to be charged at 4.10 p.s.f. Of the five hangars, two have already had thedock demolished. To solve the disagreement on the previous two docking structure demolitions, theoutstanding rental amount charged at 8.20 p.s.f. will be reduced to 4.10 p.s.f.o Those rental monies owed by AAR ( 270,851.36) for the already accomplishedtwo docking structure demolitions will be applied as a reduction in rental creditsavailable for future docking structure demolition of the three remaining hangars. Total estimated rental reduction (maximum of approximately 670,015) for all fivehangars represents approximately 1% of total estimated rental revenue to be receivedfrom AAR over the ten-year term of their current Lease Agreement.Note: After a docking structure demolition, the square footage in a hangar is reduced;however, for calculating rental revenues, the original square footage amount is used inthe rental calculation.Operating Costs:Although specific dollars can’t be quantified, there is operating cost reduction when a dockingstructure is demolished; meaning, the IAA no longer has to maintain these structures.9 of 31

However, there exists an increase in operating costs simply through increased activity of ahangar that can now hold more than one aircraft (by way of example: hangar doors are openingand closing more often leading to increased heat recovery periods).Supplier Diversity ParticipationNot applicable.RecommendationConsider for approval the First Amendment to Lease Agreement with AAR Aircraft Services Inc.to further clarify operational activities in the process of activating/deactivating hangars per theterms of the Lease Agreement.10 of 31

IAA Board MeetingGeneral AgendaJanuary 20, 2017General:BP2017-01-02Consider, for approval, the purchase of two new multi-tasking snow removalvehicles with solid deicer spreaders from M-B Companies Inc. in an amountnot to exceed 1,436,002.00.Capital:BP2017-01-03Consider, for approval, Amendment No. 1 to the contract with Butler,Fairman & Seufert, Inc. for High Speed Exits, Taxiway C Rehabilitation andLED Lighting at Indianapolis International Airport in an amount not-to-exceed 421,122.16. Supplier diversity participation is DBE 11.91%, (RDM, AdvancedEng.), MBE 18.81%, (CTL, RDM, Advanced Eng.), WBE 7.96% (Journey Eng.,Protection Plus, Reprographix), and VBE 5.70% (B&R Consulting).BP2017-01-04Consider, for approval, Plans and Specifications and authorize the publicbidding process for Campus Fiber Repair/Development, Phase II atIndianapolis International Airport as prepared by Kimley-Horn & Associates,Inc.BP2017-01-05Consider, for approval, Plans and Specifications and authorize the publicbidding process for Structural Slab Replacement at Downtown Heliport asprepared by CHA Consulting, Inc.BP2017-01-06Consider, for approval, Plans and Specifications for Bid Package #1 andauthorize the public bidding process for Parking Garage Improvements 2015Project at Indianapolis International Airport as prepared by CE SolutionsStructural Engineers.BP2017-01-07Consider, for approval, Plans and Specifications and authorize the publicbidding process for Terminal Bird Deterrent System at the IndianapolisInternational Airport as prepared by CSO Architects, Inc.BP2017-01-08Consider, for approval, a professional services contract with Kimley-Horn forFedEx Cargo Apron Utility Corridor Relocation at Indianapolis InternationalAirport in an amount not-to-exceed 276,872.00 (fees and expenses).Supplier diversity participation is MBE 17.52% (SJCA PC, VS Engineering, andProtection Plus), WBE 10.97% (Journey Engineering, LLC and Repro Graphix),and VBE 2.86% (B&R Consulting, LLC).11 of 31

BP2017-01-0912 of 31Consider, for approval, an award of contract for T-Hangar Rehabilitation atIndianapolis Metropolitan Airport to Michiana Contracting, Inc. in an amountnot-to-exceed 427,600.00 plus a 3% construction reserve of 12,828.00 fora total of 440,428.00. Michiana Contracting, Inc. was the lowest responsiveand responsible bidder. Supplier diversity participation is MBE 15.00%(Master Filter Corporation), WBE 10.00% (Davidson Finch Coatings), and VBE3.00% (OH Door of Terre Haute).

BOARD MEMO – APPROVAL TO AWARD BIDMULTI-TASKING SNOW EQUIPMENT PURCHASETo:IAA Board of DirectorsFrom:Michael Medvescek, Sr. Director of Operations and Public SafetyDate:January 1st 2017Board Date:January 20, 2017Subject:Approval to Award Bid for the Purchase of Two New Multi-Tasking SnowRemoval VehiclesBackgroundIn accordance with Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 139, as of July 29th, 2016certificated airports are required to comply with the revised Federal Aviation Administration(FAA) Advisory Circular (AC) 150/5200-30D. AC 150/5200-30D states that a commercial airportas Indianapolis International Airport should have sufficient equipment to clear snow and icewithin a ½ hours’ time from Priority One areas.The FAA has mandated new regulations on airfield condition reporting including those causedby winter weather contaminates on runways, taxiways, and aircraft ramps. The FAA in the lastfour months has updated how areas are classified for snow and ice removal. At IND this hasincreased Priority One areas considerably from what was required previously and will requiremore pavement to be cleared in a timely matter.The Airport Snow Equipment Replacement Program provides the Indianapolis Airport Authority(IAA) with the equipment necessary to remain compliant with Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR)Part 139. This project also provides the Authority with the equipment necessary to remaincompliant with FAA guidance on Runway Condition Assessment Matrix (RCAM), and Takeoffand Landing Performance Assessments (TALPA) for winter operations.To offset the increased pavement to be cleared and to maintain the current levels of safety andcustomer service this project proposes the purchase of two new multi-tasking equipmentsimilar to the multi-tasking snow removal vehicles currently owned and operated by the IAA.The (2017) Snow Equipment Replacement Program was part of the approved 2017 CapitalImprovement Fund BudgetOn November 18, 2016, the Board approved submitting request for bids to purchase two newmulti-tasking snow removal vehicles with solid deicer spreading capabilities.13 of 31

On December 21, 2016, the IAA staff received one bid. M-B Companies Inc. was the lowestresponsive and responsible bidder in the amount of 1,436,002.00 for two new multi-taskingsnow removal vehicles with solid deicer spreaders.ScopeThis project proposed the purchase of two new multi-tasking snow removal vehicles with soliddeicer spreading capabilities to meet the needs of the airports ice and snow plan.The proposed completion of the project would be within 300 days of the Notice to Proceed(NTP). Airport Operations will oversee the completion of the project through its duration.BudgetThis project is included in the 2017 Capital Budget. The proposed project is 100% cash funded.Due to this equipment is considered safety critical this project is exempt under the Authority'shurdle rate policy and has not been subjected to an internal rate of return calculation.The recommended award is below the projected 2017 Capital Budget.ScheduleBoard approved the invitation for bids (IFB)Bid OpenedBoard approves contractVehicles deliveredNovember 18th, 2016December 21st, 2016January 20th, 2017Up to 300 days after NTPSupplier Diversity ParticipationAfter consulting with the IAA Director of Supplier Diversity no certified companies wereidentified that could provide this service, there is no opportunity for supplier diversityparticipation in this purchase.RecommendationThe IAA operations staff has reviewed the bid documents and recommend the IAA Boardconsider for approval the purchase of two new multi-tasking snow removal vehicles with soliddeicer spreaders from M-B Companies Inc. in an amount not to exceed 1,436,002.00.14 of 31

BOARD MEMO – AMENDMENTTo:IAA Board of DirectorsFrom:Shannetta Griffin, P.E., Senior Director of Planning & DevelopmentDate:January 10, 2017Board Date:January 20, 2017Subject:Approval of Amendment No. 1 with Butler, Fairman & Seufert, Inc. for the Designof High Speed Exits, Taxiway C and Taxiway C’s Shoulders Rehabilitation, and LEDLighting at Indianapolis International Airport (Project No. I-16-001)BackgroundTaxiway C and its shoulders were constructed in 1992 and are in need of rehabilitation. Theexisting High Speed Exits – Taxiways C4 and C7 - between Runway 5R-23L and Taxiway C must bereconstructed in order for their geometry to adhere to current Federal Aviation Administration(FAA) Design Guidelines, as well as to satisfy an operational request made by the Air TrafficControl Tower (ATCT).The overall project is being designed in two phases. The preliminary design of Taxiway Crehabilitation, and an interim repair of Taxiway C’s shoulders (Phase I), was completed in 2016.Phase 2 is the design of Taxiway C rehabilitation and Taxiway C’s shoulder reconstruction andHigh Speed exits C4 and C7. The design of the LED lighting and signage on Taxiway C and itsconnectors is part of Phase 2.The construction will be completed in three phases. Phase 1 of the construction was completedin 2016, and included interim repairs to Taxiway C’s shoulders prior to the winter of 2016. Phase2 of the construction, which is anticipated to occur in 2018, will include Taxiway C rehabilitation,Taxiway C shoulder reconstruction, the reconstruction of High Speed Exist C7, and the installationof LED lighting and signage on Taxiway C and High Speed Exist C7. Due to FAA funding, HighSpeed Exit C4 will be constructed as part of Phase 3 of construction in 2019.ScopeThis amendment is for Phase 2 design, and includes Design Documents, ConstructionAdministration and project close out for Phase 2 and 3 of Construction. However, due to FAAfunding, Phase 3 will not be initiated until 2019.15 of 31

BudgetThe Butler, Fairman & Seufert, Inc. contract for Phase 2 Design is 421,122.16, which is withinthe approved 2015 Capital Budget for High Speed Exits, Taxiway C Rehabilitation and LEDLighting, Project No. I-16-001.The funding for this project is expected to be 75% Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grantfunds and 25% Airport cash funded. This project, as well as the follow-on construction project,will be completed with FAA AIP Funds.The project is being undertaken to rehabilitate existing infrastructure integral to the continuedsafe operations of the airport which is anticipated to be grant funded. As a result of the criticalnature of the repairs and the anticipated grant funding, this project is exempt under theAuthority's hurdle rate policy and has not been subjected to an internal rate of return calculation.ScheduleThis amendment does not change the term of the contract. The contract with BF&S expires onApril 30, 2018 to allow for completion of as-builts and project closeout.Supplier Diversity ParticipationThe Director of Supplier Diversity has approved the following:Contract Summary to DateDiversity Participation %Contract/Amendment &Execution DateService & TermOriginal ContractMay 20, 2016Professional ServicesTerm: 5/20/16 4/30/2018Amendment No. 1 January20, 2017No Change in termRevised Contract NTE16 of 31Amount 300,845.52421,122.16 %18.81%7.96%5.70%13.57%15.27%12.56%3.32%

RecommendationThe IAA staff recommends the IAA Board consider for approval Amendment No. 1 to the contractwith Butler, Fairman & Seufert, Inc. for High Speed Exits, Taxiway C Rehabilitation and LEDLighting at Indianapolis International Airport in an amount not-to-exceed 421,122.16. Supplierdiversity participation is DBE 11.91%, (RDM, Advanced Eng.), MBE 18.81%, (CTL, RDM, AdvancedEng.), WBE 7.96% (Journey Eng., Protection Plus, Reprographix), and VBE 5.70% (B&R Consulting).17 of 31

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BOARD MEMO – PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS APPROVALTo:IAA Board of DirectorsFrom:Shannetta Griffin, P.E., Senior Director of Planning & DevelopmentDate:January 10, 2017Board Date:January 20, 2017Subject:Approval of Plans and Specifications and Authorize the Public Bidding Process forCampus Fiber Repair/Development, Phase II at Indianapolis International Airport(Project No. I-16-025)BackgroundThe Campus Fiber Repair/Development project is being undertaken to replace existinginfrastructure that is beyond the end of its useful life and to increase capacity in areas that havereached current capacity. The increased capacity is necessary to support expanded services inthe Ground Transportation Center, support the new security camera system, and provideredundancy to the entire fiber system. This infrastructure is integral to the continued operationof the airport.The overall project is being accomplished in two phases: Phase I – new fiber optic cable from theGround Transportation Center to the Terminal Building - was completed in November 2016, andPhase II – expansion of the fiber optic loop around the airport – is to occur in 2017.The Senior Director of Operations, through Delegated Authority, approved a contract with Ermco,Inc. in the amount of 49,880.00 to perform the work of Phase I.ScopeThe scope for Phase II will expand the fiber optic cable loop around the north and east sides ofthe Indianapolis International Airport. It includes new duct bank and fiber routed to theIndianapolis Maintenance Center and Eagle Hub building, along North Perimeter Road, andbeside Taxiway M.BudgetTotal construction package is estimated between 1,000,000.00 and 5,000,000.00. The rangeis established per Federal Acquisition Regulations Subpart 36.2.This project will be 100% Airport cash funded.19 of 31

This project is being undertaken to augment existing infrastructure integral to the continuedoperation of the airport. As a result of the critical nature of the augmentation, this project isexempt under the Authority's hurdle rate policy and has not been subjected to an internal rateof return calculation.ScheduleThe schedule for the Campus Fiber Repair/Development, Phase II at the Indianapolis InternationalAirport is as follows:Advertisement of Opportunity to Bid: January 24, 2017 and January 31, 2017Pre-Bid Meeting: Date: February 9, 2017 Time: 2:00 pmLocation: 4th Floor Board RoomBid Opening:Date: February 28, 2017 Time: 3:00 pmLocation: 4th Floor Board RoomSupplier Diversity ParticipationThe Director of Supplier Diversity established the following participation goals:MBE 15%, WBE 10% and VBE 3%.RecommendationThe IAA staff recommends the IAA Board consider for approval Plans and Specifications andauthorize the public bidding process for Campus Fiber Repair/Development, Phase II atIndianapolis International Airport as prepared by Kimley-Horn & Associates, Inc.20 of 31

BOARD MEMO – PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS APPROVALTo:IAA Board of DirectorsFrom:Shannetta Griffin, P.E., Sr. Director of Planning & DevelopmentDate:January 10, 2017Board Date:January 20, 2017Subject:Approval of Plans and Specifications and Authorize the Public Bidding Process forStructural Slab Replacement at Downtown Heliport (Project No. H-13-036)BackgroundA portion of the apron at the Downtown Heliport is located on a structural slab on top of theparking garage. The IAA undertook a grant funded rehabilitation project in 2013 designed by RWArmstrong & Associates, Inc. (now CHA Consulting, Inc) to replace the structural slab withconstruction occurring primarily in 2014. Subsequent to the completion of construction, issueswere identified including cracking of the new structural slab along column line 17 of the structure.The cause of the cracking was investigated and remedial measures were timely taken to ensurestructural stability of the facility. The IAA is now pursuing a permanent engineering solution forthe structure through an Error & Omission (E&O) claim against the designer for the original designof the structural slab replacement project. The designer has agreed to develope remedial plansand specifications of the structure and to cover the resulting costs. The IAA has retained a wellknown structural engineering and forensics firm to review the remedial plan and the biddocuments. The contract for the construction work will be directly with the IAA. Via the E&Oclaim process, the designer will compensate the IAA all associated costs for all remedialmeasures.ScopeThe scope of work is to provide remedial repairs to the structural support of the upper heliportslab/apron. Repair work is anticipated to include selective reinforced concrete demolition andremoval, restoration of reinforcing steel, installation of steel support brackets, isolated patchingof concrete beams, and resealing of the cover seal along the upper heliport apron and theadjacent hangar wall.BudgetTotal construction package is estimated between 100,000.00 and 250,000.00. The range isestablished per Federal Acquisition Regulation Subpart 36.2.21 of 31

Initially, the funding for this project is expected to

Upon a motion by Mr. Bennett, seconded by Mr. Dillinger and unanimously passed, approval was given to BP2016-12-04. BP2016-12-05. Upon a motion by Mr. Morton, seconded by Ms. Glass and unanimously passed, approval was given to BP2016-12-05. BP2016-12-06. Upon a motion by Mr. Wells, seconded by Mr. Dillinger and unanimously

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