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ADVISORY COMMISSION.

[CALL TO ORDER]

WE'RE HERE AT 63 10 WILL DELCO DRIVE IN AUSTIN, TEXAS ON APRIL 12TH? I'M GONNA CALL THE MEETING TO ORDER AT 3:07 PM UM, DO WE HAVE ANY PUBLIC COMMUNICATION THIS AFTERNOON? DO WE HAVE ANY PUBLIC COMMUNICATION? YOU DO NOT.

THANK YOU.

ALL RIGHT.

UM,

[INTRODUCTIONS]

WE HAVE A COUPLE OF INTRODUCTIONS TODAY.

UM, ONE IS A MEMBER OF OUR BOARD, UH, MR. PATRICK ROSE.

UM, WOULD YOU LIKE TO SAY WORDS WELCOME, GOOD TO BE HERE.

I, UH, UM, BELIEVER IN THE IMPORTANCE OF OUR AIRPORT TO OUR CITY AND OUR REGION.

UM, WE'VE GOT A LOT TO LEARN.

I FORWARD TO LEARN FROM CHIEF BO, UH, THOSE APPOINTED MEMBERS, BUT MAYBE MORE IMPORTANTLY, FROM THE GREAT PROFESSIONAL STAFF THAT'S HERE FOR THE WORK WITH EACH OTHER.

YOU.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU.

UM, AND ANOTHER INTRODUCTION, UM, MR. JASON ALEXANDER, DEPUTY CHIEF OF AIRPORT AFFAIRS.

GOOD AFTERNOON, EVERYBODY.

I JUST WANNA SAY THANK YOU.

UM, I'M BRAND NEW TO THE AIRPORT, BUT I'VE BEEN WITH THE CITY OF AUSTIN FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS.

UM, BUT I DO LOOK FORWARD TO WORKING WITH THIS COMMISSION AND LEARNING FROM YOU.

SO THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

WELL WELCOME TO YOU BOTH, AND I'M REALLY GLAD THAT YOU ARE BOTH HERE FOR VARIOUS REASONS.

AND, UM, I NEGLECTED TO DO SOMETHING, WHICH IS TO CALL, UH, ROLL, UH, ATTENDANCE.

UM, DO, WHO IS HERE VIRTUALLY? I SEE, UM, COMMISSIONER C**N.

HELLO, JONATHAN.

UM, HEY, PATRICK ROSE, UH, WENDY TODD BIARI BROCK, SCOTT MADDO, RAYMOND YOUNG AND CHAD ENNIS PRESENT.

UM, WE'RE WAITING FOR THE CHAIR.

SO, UM, WE WILL MOVE THE ACTION ITEMS TWO, THREE, AND FOUR TILL LATER IN THE MEETING.

AND BEGIN WITH THE STAFF BRIEFINGS.

IN YOUR PACKETS, THERE ARE A FINANCIAL REPORT, AIR SERVICE UPDATE, AND PRESENTATIONS REGARDING OTHER ITEMS. UM,

[5. February 2023 Financial Results presented byRajeev Thomas, Deputy Chief - Finance.]

REGINE, WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKE THE PRESENTATION? YEAH, SURE.

I MEAN, JUST A VERBAL READING ON, ON THE REPORT, ON THE FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY.

UH, HI, I'M BRIDGING THOMAS, DEPUTY OF FINANCE.

UM, FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY, WE HAD 725,000, ALSO 726,000 EN EMPLOYMENTS.

FEBRUARY, NORMALLY OUR LOWEST EN EMPLOYMENT MONTH IN THE YEAR.

UM, AND ALSO YOU COULD FIND THAT THERE'S ONLY 28 DAYS IN FEBRUARY VERSUS JANUARY THAT HAD 31.

SO, BUT ACTUALLY, IF YOU LOOK AT THE AVERAGE DAILY EN EMPLOYMENTS, IT WAS ALIGNMENT LINE WITH WHAT WE DID IN JANUARY.

UM, AND, YOU KNOW, THAT RESULTED IN REVENUE OF ABOUT 19.7 MILLION.

IT WAS WHERE WE EXPECTED IT TO BE.

UH, WE HAD THREE DAYS LESS OF LANDED WEIGHTS THAN, YOU KNOW, JANUARY, UH, WHICH, YOU KNOW, SHOWN ITSELF IN LOWER PLANNING FEE REVENUES.

AND OUR EXPENSES OVERALL, UH, FOR THE MONTH, UH, CAME IN ABOUT 30% HIGHER THAN THE PRIMARY PROGRAM.

UM, SO OUR EXPENSES ARE TRENDING WHERE WE BUDGETED.

UH, YEAR TO DATE, WE HAVE ABOUT 4 MILLION IN SAVINGS AND OPERATING EXPENSES WHERE, FROM WHERE WE BUDGETED.

AND OUR REVENUES ARE ALMOST 15 MILLION HIGHER THAN WHERE WE HAVE BUDGETED BEFORE.

SO, ALL IN ALL, UM, YOU KNOW, IT IS TRENDING WHERE WE BUDGETED TO BACK PERFORMING.

APOLOGIES.

YOU GUYS, TAKE ONE.

STUDENTS.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU.

UM, MADAM COMMISSIONER, THANK YOU FOR, FOR MEETING MY APOLOGIES TO MY COLLEAGUES AND TO OUR GUEST HERE TODAY.

THIS TRACY POSTED, UH, YOU HOW INAPPROPRIATE THAT MY FIRST TIME TO BE LATE WOULD BE MY LAST SPEECH.

SO,

[1. Approve the minutes of the AAC regular meeting on March 8, 2023.]

UH, WENDY MENTION THAT WE DIDN'T APPROVE THE MINUTES, SO I'LL TAKE A MOTION AND A SECOND TO APPROVE.

THE MINUTES ALREADY MOVES.

CHAD.

SECONDS.

ALL IN FAVOR? AYE.

UH, THAT SHOULD PROBABLY BE THE AYE.

AYE.

OKAY.

ANY OPPOSED OR RECUSED? WHO DO WE HAVE ON MINE? JOHN? OKAY.

ALL RIGHT.

MOTIONS ARE APPROVED.

UH, MINUTES ARE APPROVED.

DID WE DO THE VOTE OR WE DID NOT? NOT.

OKAY.

[2. Nomination and election of Airport Advisory Commission Secretary for a one year term beginning May 1, 2023.]

UM, IT IS MY PRIVILEGE TO, UH, CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE OFFICE OF, UH, SECRETARY.

I HAVE NOMINATIONS FOR SECRETARY.

I'D LIKE TO NOT BE MR. RHODES.

SECOND.

SECOND IS, PARDON? ANY OTHER NOMINATIONS?

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ALL IN FAVOR? AYE.

JONATHAN COURT.

P OPPOSED.

CONGRATULATIONS.

THANK YOU, PATRICK.

PATRICK,

[3. Nomination and election of Airport Advisory Commission Vice-Chair for a one year term beginning May 1, 2023.]

UH, SECOND IS NOMINATIONS AND ELECTION OF AIRPORT ADVISORY VICE CHAIR.

WE'LL, BEGINNING ON MAY 1ST, I'LL OPEN THE FLOOR FOR NOMINATIONS CHAIR.

I'D LIKE TO NOMINATE BAKAR BROCK.

FANTASTIC.

OKAY.

WE HAVE A MOTION.

SECOND.

RAYMOND SECOND.

ANY OTHER NOMINATIONS? NO, NO SELF NOMINATIONS.

JONATHAN? NO.

NO.

.

UH, JONATHAN'S GOT A, A LITTLE BUSY AT TIME.

ALL RIGHT.

ALL IN FAVOR OF MR. PAARI BROCK FOR VICE CHAIR.

OKAY, MR. BROCK ACCUSES HIMSELF, UH, MOTION PASSES.

CONGRAT LICENSE, UH,

[4. Nomination and election of Airport Advisory Commission Chairman, for a one year term beginning May 1, 2023.]

NOMINATION ELECTION OF AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMISSION CHAIR FOR WHEN YOU'RE TERMED AGAIN IN MAY 1ST, EXCEPT NOMINATIONS.

WHAT DO YOU NEED? AYE.

FANTASTIC.

SECOND, BACARD.

ANY OTHER NOMINATIONS? HEARING NUMBER? NONE.

I'LL CALL FOR A VOTE.

ALL IN FAVOR OF WENDY TODD AS COMMISSION CHAIR, PLEASE WRITE YOUR HAND.

UNANIMOUS YOUR ADVICE, TODD.

THANK YOU.

ALL RIGHT.

UH, I SEE

[6. Air Service Update presented by Jamy Kazanoff, Air Service Development.]

JAMIE IS WITH US TODAY.

SHALL WE MOVE ON TO THE SERVICE UPDATE? GOOD AFTERNOON, EVERYONE.

I'M JAMIE KAZAK.

I WORK ON THE AIR SERVICE FOR THE AUSTIN AIRPORT.

CAN WE LOOK AT A FEW METRICS IN THIS REPORT? UH, THE MAIN ONE IS SEATS.

IT ONLY HAD AS MANY TAXPAYER AS WE HAVE SEATS.

SO IF YOU GET A CHANCE TO LOOK HERE BEFORE APRIL, SIMPLY OF 3% SEATS COMPARING OURSELVES TO APRIL, 2022.

NOT A HUGE JUMP.

SO THIS IS A, THIS IS A MONTH FOR, WE MAY NOT SEE AS MANY TAXPAYERS AS WE WE RECALL SAW LAST APRIL.

WE DON'T KNOW YET.

UM, ANOTHER MAJOR METRIC IS THE NUMBER OF NONSTOP DESTINATIONS.

THERE'S A BIG MAP ON YOUR SECOND PAGE, AND WE LOOK AT IT TWO WAYS.

THE INDEX SHOWS APRIL 23 VERSUS APRIL 22.

I'VE GOT THE SAME NUMBER OF NONSTOP INVEST 90.

THAT'S JUST LOOKING AT WHAT'S AVAILABLE IN APRIL.

AND THE LARGER MAP IS WHAT'S FOR SALE.

SO THIS IS APRIL PLUS, WOULD YOU BY IN JUNE, ET CETERA.

SO THAT'S WHY THERE MAY BE SOME DISCREPANCY IN SOME OF THE NUMBERS THERE.

WE ALSO TAKE A, AND WHAT'S THAT NUMBER, JAMIE? UH, 90 AS WELL RIGHT NOW.

OKAY.

BUT SLIGHT DIFFERENCES IN NUMBER OF DAILY DEPARTURES AND INSTANCE.

OKAY.

WE ALSO TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT OUR SEED SHARE COMPARISON IS IT'S TWO BIG PIE CHARTS AT THE BOTTOM.

YOU CAN SEE SOUTHWEST AIRLINES AND APRIL OF 22 AT 40% OF THE MARKET AND NOW HAS 41%.

AMERICAN DROPPED A BIT FROM 26 TO 20 FOURS HAS, SO THEY'LL SOON MEMORIZE ALL THESE AIRLINE CODES.

, G4 IS, UH, ON THE BACK, JUST TO TO HIGHLIGHT, WE, WE'VE SEEN IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS, FOUR CONNECTIONS AND WE'VE NEVER SEEING FORM.

SO NEARLY ONE IN FIVE BOOKS FLYING THROUGH AUSTIN ARE CONNECTING.

SO THEY'RE GETTING OFF THE AIRPORT.

IT'S ABOUT 18%.

UM, THAT'S THE LATEST QUARTER THAT WE HAVE AVAILABLE.

THE THIRD QUARTER OF 20%.

THAT'S KIND OF, THAT'S TAKE UP FROM 15%.

YEAH.

.

SO, UH, THAT MAKES DIFFERENCES IN HOW YOU PLAN AN AIRPORT FOR YOUR ET CETERA, IF YOU'RE CAN HAVE THAT KIND.

SO THESE ARE THE HIGHLIGHTS.

WE'VE GOT SOME BIG SUMMER ROOTS COMING ON BOARD.

OL LUU IS GOING TO FLOOR, CAVS COMING BACK, UH, VANCOUVER'S COMING BACK.

AND OF COURSE, COPA, WE TALKED ABOUT LAST MONTH, THIRD JULY 6TH.

SEE QUESTIONS FOR JAMIE? YEAH, THANK YOU JAMIE.

UM, YOU MAY HAVE EXPLAINED THIS TO US BEFORE, BUT SEEING THAT THERE'S AN OTHER THAT IS 3%, WHICH IS HIGHER THAN SOME OF THE OTHER AIRLINE, WHAT IS, WHAT IS OTHER? IS THAT CHARTER? ON WHICH ONE? ON THE PIE CHART FOR THE SHARE? THE AIRLINE.

J CAN BE, UM, SOME OF THE REGIONAL JETS THAT ARE UNASSIGNED.

THEY'RE NOT, NOT ANYTHING QUITE REACHES ONE.

I DON'T HAVE.

OH, I SEE.

THAT WAS A COMBINATION OF, OKAY.

DID YOU HAVE A QUESTION, JAMIE, ABOUT, UM, OH, UM, ONE

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OF OUR PASSENGER DAYS.

THEY LOOK LIKE, DO YOU KNOW THAT OR WHAT'S JUST LINE RIGHT NOW? YES.

IT'S AROUND BETWEEN 28TH, 3000.

WOW.

SO WE'RE AT THAT NUMBER, KIND OF SOLID BUTTON.

YEAH.

ON THE BUSY DAYS.

THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SOMETHING.

OKAY.

BEST PARTY.

AND FOR YOU GUYS, PARTICULARLY PATRICK, UM, YOU KNOW, GUYS BEFORE THE PANDEMIC, THOSE WERE HIGH DAYS.

YES.

IN 2019, UH, 30,000 PASSENGER DAY DEPART PASSENGER WAS SOMETHING WE DIDN'T PERFORM.

BUT RIGHT NOW IT'S, WHICH YOU MENTIONED WE IN OUR HIGHEST DAYS, HOWEVER, 34, 36.

YES.

WE DID THE REPORT 36 LAST MONTH.

SO WE'RE, WE'RE AT, THAT'S AN ANNUAL, UH, WHEN WE RUNNING ALMOST 20, 20 MINUTE PASSENGERS RIGHT NOW.

WE, WE DID 21.21 LAST AND WE'RE BUILT OUT TO, WITH THE EXPANSION OF 18 15 MILLION.

SO WE'RE THESE GUYS, UM, REALLY FIGURE OUT HOW TO UTILIZE CONSTRAINT ASSETS.

THANK YOU, JAMIE.

ANY OTHER QUESTIONS? OKAY, UH, GOING ON

[7. Journey with AUS (AUS AEDP/Capital Improvement Program) presented by Lyn Estabrook, Division Manager, Planning and Development. (Part 1 of 2)]

TO, UH, JOURNEY.

SO LYNN, BEAR WITH US THAT GOOD AFTERNOON EVERYONE.

I'M LYNN ESK, PLANNING DEVELOPMENT DEFENSE MANAGER.

I'M GONNA TAKE US THROUGH A COUPLE OF THE NEXT FEW ITEMS ON THE AGENDA.

AND SPECIFICALLY, I WANNA START OFF WITH THE JOURNEY WITH AUS.

UM, I'M, I'VE PUT SOME, UM, HIGH LEVEL, UM, STATUS AND, UM, INFORMATION WHEN I PUT THIS PRESENTATION TOGETHER.

DIDN'T KNOW HOW MANY NEW COMMISSION MEMBERS ARE TEAM, SO IF A LITTLE BIT OF A REVIEW FOR SOME OF YOU, UM, PLEASE FORGIVE ME, BUT I'M GLAD THAT WE, THAT WE'VE GOT AT LEAST ONE NEW COMMISSION MEMBER.

WE CAN KIND OF BRING THE SPEED ON THE AIRPORT.

YOU CAN STOP US FOR ACRONYMS. THESE ACRONYMS FOR RETAINING.

WE DON'T.

SO LYNN HAS GOTTEN BETTER ABOUT SPELLING IT OUT FOR US, BUT IT'S STILL CODE.

OKAY.

NEXT, I'M GONNA GO OVER THE, THE AIRPORT A LITTLE HERE.

SO THIS IS AN IMAGE, UM, OF THE AIRPORT, UM, FROM OUR MAP.

AND IF WE DO OWN THE CITY, LAWSON OWNS THE AIRPORT.

WE HAVE TWO WIDELY SPACED PARALLEL RUNWAYS.

WE CURRENTLY HAVE, UH, THREE, FOUR GATES.

UM, SIX OF THEM ARE INTERNATIONAL, UH, CAPACITY.

AND WE HAVE OVER HUNDRED 66 DAILY FLIGHTS RIGHT NOW AND GROWING AS JAMIE JUST TALKED ABOUT.

AND WE'VE CURRENTLY SERVED, WHAT, OVER 21 MILLION ANNUAL PASSENGERS LAST YEAR FOR CONTEXT, WE WERE AT 180 6, 1 90 PRE PANDEMIC.

YES.

AND MOST AIRPORTS ARE JUST, ARE STILL GETTING TO THEIR PRE PANDEMIC LEVELS.

WE HAVE BAR EXCEEDED THAT.

YEAH.

YOU'LL SEE IN A MINUTE.

UM, JUST A LITTLE BIT MORE.

UH, OUR FACILITIES, ORIGINALLY, WHEN THE AIRPORT WAS BUILT IN 1999, IT WAS ABOUT 185 MILLION BUDGET.

UM, IT WAS, UM, IN TODAY'S DOLLARS 2020 $2, THAT'S A LITTLE OVER A BILLION DOLLARS.

THEY BUILT 25 GATES AND THEY HAD 126 DAILY PASSENGERS.

AND IT WAS DESIGNED FOR 11 MILLION.

IN 2016, WE ADDED A EAST AND FILL EXPANSION.

AND THAT WAS REALLY TO ACCOMMODATE CUSTOMS AND GROW BECAUSE OF THE GROWING INTERNATIONAL MARKET.

UM, IT WAS A 70 72 BILLION BUDGET, UM, AND AN EXPANDED SCREENING LANES AS WELL AS BRAND OF PULL CUSTOMS AREA.

UM, WITHIN THAT PROJECT IN 2019, WE DID ANOTHER EXPANSION, AND THAT WAS FOR NINE NEW GATES MAKES YOU BUILT 12 BY NINE OF THE NORTH BRAND NEW.

SO WHERE WE CONNECTED TO THE BUILDING, WE HAD TEAR OFF THOSE OLD GATES AND BUILD THOSE NEW GATES.

UM, WE ADDED OVER 125,000 SQUARE FEET AND THE BUDGET WAS 350 MILLION.

SO AS, AS I HAD SAID, WE SUPPORT OVER 200 AND, UH, 66 DAILY FLIGHTS.

AND THE A U S IS REINVESTING, UM, IN OUR 24 PLUS YEAR OLD FACILITY IN ALL THE PROJECTS THAT YOU CAN SEE HERE IN A MINUTE.

SO HERE'S A LITTLE BIT MORE ON THE, ON THE STATS.

UM, WHEN YOU LOOK AT, UM, THE GREEN LINE, UM, WAS 2021.

THE, THE VERY LOW LINE WAS COURSE 2020.

YOU CAN SEE WHERE THE PANDEMIC HIT THE, UM, SORT OF BLUISH LINE ON HERE.

UM, AND THEN THE REDDISH LINE IS THE 29 IS THE, THE 20, THE BLUE LINE IS THE 2019.

AND THAT NEW REDDISH LINE, UM, IS 2022.

AND THAT NEW DOT JUST IN JANUARY IS OUR 2023 NUMBERS.

SO WHEN YOU LOOK AT SORT OF THE RECOVERY GROWTH AND,

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AND WHY, YOU'LL SEE SOME OF THE PROJECTS WE'RE GOING TO BE DOING.

UM, WE'VE GOT A 10% INCREASE IN TRAVELERS BETWEEN 2018 AND 2019.

UM, IN THE INDUSTRY, THE, UH, AVERAGE IS, IS KIND OF 4% ON THE HIGH SIDE.

WHERE WE WERE FOR THE FAA ALLOWED US TO BE AT 5% FOR THE MASTER PLAN, BUT WE ACTUALLY GREW 27% OF OUR 2019 NUMBERS FROM 2022.

SO, AND IF YOU JUST LOOK AT OUR 2023, UM, DOT SORT OF WHERE YOU WERE SHOWED ON THAT, ON THE, THIS CHART WE'RE 37, OVER 37% COMPARED TO LAST YEAR.

SO WE ARE, UM, THE NUMBER ONE AIRPORT FOR NET GAIN ROUTES.

UM, THANKS TO ALL THE HARD WORK THAT JAMIE AND PURIN DOES.

SO WE'VE GOT, UM, MANY NONSTOP ROUTES, UM, AND WE'RE CONTINUING TO GROW THOSE NONSTOP ROUTES.

SO SOMETIMES PEOPLE ASK, WHY DON'T YOU BUILD A AIRPORT IN BETWEEN AUSTIN AND SAN ANTONIO? THIS IS WHY WE DON'T NEED TO, WE HAVE THE 4,200 ACRES AND DURING THE MASTER PLAN PROCESS, WE REALIZE THAT WE CAN ACCOMMODATE FOR, UM, TOTAL HEALTH FORCES AND WE CAN SERVE UP TO 80 MILLION ANNUAL PASSENGERS.

UM, SO THIS REALLY SERVES ALL OF THE, WHAT WE THINK THE LONG TERM REGIONAL TRAFFIC WITHIN THE WHOLE REGION AS A 25 PLUS YEAR PLAN.

UM, IF WE SUSTAIN THAT HIGH GROWTH TO FIVE AND A HALF PERCENT, UM, THIS SORT OF LAYOUT, WHAT WE CALL THE PARALLEL PUMP FORCE LAYOUT, IS INDUSTRY BEST STANDARDS.

THIS, THIS IS WHAT, UM, AIRLINE AIRPORTS LIKE ATLANTA AND DENVER CARGO, LA PHOENIX, ALL ARE LAID OUT AT.

SO SOME OF THOSE ARE THE TOP, UM, AIR AIRPORTS IN THE COUNTRY AS WELL AS ADDITIONAL AIRPORTS, UM, INTERNATIONAL.

SO THIS IS THE PREFERRED, UM, LAYOUT.

NOW, MANY AIRPORTS MAY NOT BE ABLE TO DO THIS CUZ THEIR WINDS, UM, DON'T ALLOW TWO PARALLEL, UH, RUNWAYS TO, THEY MAY HAVE TO SKEW A RUNWAY BECAUSE OF THE WAY THAT THEIR PREVAILING WINDS ARE.

BUT THIS IS THE PREFERRED CHOICE.

WE'VE GOT THE GREAT WINDS, WHICH WE DO.

UM, AND THIS ALSO ALLOWS FOR ADDITIONAL INTERNATIONAL GROWTH, UM, BUILT INTO THIS PLANT.

SO THIS IS REALLY A LONG TERM BOOK AT THE FUTURE OF THE AIRPORT FOR THE REEF.

NEXT, DID JUST A QUICK QUESTION WHILE THAT, WHILE THAT SLIDE WAS UP YEP.

IN THE MASTER PLAN THAT WAS PUBLISHED, THE, THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE EXISTING BARBARA JORDAN TERMINAL AND THE EXPANDED TERMINAL WAS PERCEIVED TO BE A, WAS WAS DESIGNED AS A BRIDGE.

YEP.

AND NOW WE HAVE A TUNNEL.

YES.

UM, WAS THAT DISTANCE, WAS THAT, WAS THAT TAXIWAY ALWAYS ENVISIONED BEING TAKEN OVER BY A TERMINAL? OR IS IT BECAUSE IT'S A TUNNEL AND THE THE VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION REQUIRED TO DO THE TUNNEL MAKE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE BARB AND TERMINAL AND THE NEW TERMINAL, IT'S GONNA BE GREATER? SO THE REASON WHY WE HAVE A TUNNEL AND NOT A BRIDGE, IT'S NOT BECAUSE OF WHERE THE CONCOURSE IS.

IT'S BECAUSE WHEN WE STARTED TO DIG FURTHER INTO THE METRICS ANALYTICS AND THE NEEDS FOR ALL OF THE COMPONENTS OF THE NEW CONCOURSE.

SO FOR EXAMPLE, UM, THE NEW UTILITIES ELECTRICAL, UM, THE NEW, UM, BAGGAGE SYSTEM THAT WILL HAVE TO CONNECT WHEN EXISTING TO THE, TO THE NEW, UM, SPACE FOR, UM, THE SECURITY STAFF AND OPERATIONAL STAFF TO MOVE BACK AND FORTH THE SPACE FOR PASSENGERS TO MOVE BACK AND FORTH.

IF WE RESET, OKAY, IF WE HAVE TO BUILD A TUNNEL FOR BAGGAGE, WE MIGHT AS WELL JUST BUILD A TUNNEL FOR EVERYTHING.

WHEN WE LOOKED AT THE PRICING COMPARED TO DOING A TUNNEL AND A BRIDGE VERSUS JUST A BIGGER TUNNEL, IT REALLY SHOWED THAT A TUNNEL WAS THE BEST SORT OF OPTION TO CONNECT THE PAINT FACILITY.

THANK YOU FOR EXPLAINING THAT.

BUT MY QUESTION IS ALSO, UH, WAS THE BILL CAME THE LOCATION OVER THE NEW, ALWAYS OVER THAT EXISTING TAXIWAY? OR WAS IT PUSHED A LITTLE BIT FURTHER TO THE, UM, DOOR, I SHOULD SAY THE, THE CON CONCOURSE B HAS ALWAYS BEEN OVER THOSE PARALLEL PUA.

OKAY.

MAY HAVE MOVED 50 FEET OR SO DEPENDING ON, UM, THE, THE SIZING OF THE AIRCRAFT.

SO FAA ISSUES, DESIGN STANDARDS FOR THEIR AIRCRAFTS, UM, AND THEIR TURNING RATINGS, THEY'RE NEWEST STANDARD THAT THEY JUST RELEASED THIS YEAR, SHOWS THAT A GROUP FIVE PLANE, WHICH IS THE LARGEST PLANE THAT COME TO OUR INTERNATIONAL SIDE, HAVE TO ACTUALLY MOVE THE TURNING RADIUS OF A GROUP SIX, THE NEXT PRICE.

SO IT'S JUST MAYBE ABOUT TO ALLOW FOR SOME OF THOSE TURNING RADIS, BUT IT'S ALWAYS BEEN OVER THE PARALLEL, PARALLEL FIELDS.

WHEN WHILE YOU'RE ON THAT, AND KYLE, THIS, THIS IS SOMETHING I'VE BEEN TRYING TO PUSH FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE, WE SOMETIMES STATE THAT THE NEXT, THIS FOUR TO $6 BILLION EXPANSION IS GONNA

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ADD ANY GATES, WHICH I THINK IS OR HORRIFIC STATEMENT.

IT, YOU KNOW, NUMBER ONE, IT'S GOING TO GIVE US, ALLOW US TO HAVE A SECOND CONCOURSE.

SO, YOU KNOW, IT'LL ALLOW US TO DOUBLE THE SIZE OF THE EXISTING AIRPORT.

WE'RE WE'RE DOING ALL THE INFRASTRUCTURE WORK TO DOUBLE THE SIZE OF THE AIRPORT, IF NOT MORE.

AND WHEN, WHEN PEOPLE SAY, WELL, WHY WOULD YOU BE SPENDING, YOU KNOW, FOUR PLUS BILLION DOLLARS TO ADD 10 GATES? THAT MAKES NO SENSE.

OF COURSE IT DOESN'T.

SO I, I THINK WE SHOULD REASSESS HOW WE COMMUNICATE THAT THE PUBLIC YEAH.

IN THE NEXT MONTH'S, UM, UPDATE, I COULD GO INTO MORE DETAIL ON THE PROGRAM, THERE'LL BE MORE EVOLUTION BY THAT.

AND I, WE'LL BE ABLE TO TALK ABOUT ALL THE ELEMENTS, UM, WITHIN THE PROGRAM.

YOU'RE RIGHT, IT'S NOT THE CONCOR, IT'S NOT JUST CONCOR.

WE NEED TO DOUBLE EVERYTHING.

YEAH.

FROM THE NEW CENTRAL UTILITY PLANT TO WATER LINES, SEWER LINES, THE POWER, UM, TO BAGGAGE SYSTEMS. SO THERE'S A LOT OF INFRASTRUCTURE THAT HAS TO BE BUILT TO GET EVEN THE NEXT GATE.

OKAY.

NEXT, SO GO LITTLE BIT INTO ACTIVE PROJECTS.

SO THIS IS A MAP THAT WE'D LIKE TO SHOW, UM, EACH OF THE DIFFERENT COLORS OF INCLUDING DIFFERENT PROJECT THAT'S CURRENTLY ACTIVE AND EITHER IN DESIGN OR CONSTRUCTION.

UM, SO NEXT'S, THE FIRST PROJECT IS MIDFIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND CHECKPOINT CARLY.

THIS PROJECT IS UNDER, UNDER WORKS.

UM, IT'S IN WHAT WE CALL THE ENVISION STAGE.

SO THAT'S THAT FIRST SORT OF ARROW YOU SEE IN YOUR DRAWING AND THAT'S WHY IT'S HIGHLIGHTED HERE ON YOUR, ON YOUR PACKAGE.

AND SO THIS PROJECT IS REALLY DOING A LOT OF GEOTECH AND SURVEY TESTING IN ORDER TO MAKE SURE THAT WE HAVE ALL THE INFORMATION WE NEED TO FOR THE TUNNEL AND FOR THE CONCOURSE AND EVERYTHING LIKE THAT.

UM, IT'S ALSO ADDING ADDITIONAL SECURITY, UM, TO THE TWO CHECKPOINTS IN AND OUT OF THE AIRFIELD.

THAT'S NEXT PROJECT IS THE MIDFIELD TAXIWAY PROJECT.

THIS DID GO TO COUNCIL AND GET APPROVED.

UM, AND SO WE ARE WORKING WITH THE CONSTRICTIVE MANAGER AT RISK AND WE ARE, UM, DEARLY HAVE THAT ALL SIGNED UP.

BUT ONCE YOU GET IT APPROVED, IT TAKES ABOUT THREE TO THREE MONTHS TO SIGN ON THAT CONTRACT.

EVERYONE DO, DO YOU HAVE A QUESTION? YES.

EXCUSE ME.

UM, SO COMING BACK TO, UH, PAGE 27 WITH THE DRAFT REPORT TO ENROLL 14TH, THAT'S FRIDAY.

IS THAT STILL ONCOMING? UH, YES.

THE DRAFT REPORT IS STILL, UM, ON TRACK.

UM, WE HAVE HAD TO MOVE A FEW OF THE, THE GEOTECH BORING TO ACCOMMODATE, UM, OPPOSITIONS, BUT THAT IT IS ON TRACK.

OKAY.

BUT WHILE WE'RE THERE, I MEAN, EXPLAIN TO US, YOU KNOW, WE WE'RE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR WAYS TO BRING THIS PROJECT IN A LITTLE BIT SEEN.

TELL US WHAT NOVATION PLEASE, WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? I WANNA GO FROM, FROM CONTRACT TO WHAT CAN'T WE TO DESIGN? YEAH.

SO LOTS OF PROJECTS ARE AT DIFFERENT PHASES OF, UM, THE PROCESS WHEN YOU NEED TO GET SOMETHING, UM, BUILT.

AND SO OUR ENVISION STAGE REALLY IS THE TIME THAT WE DO EVERYTHING FROM PROGRAMMING AND PLANNING TO STUDIES, REPORTS, TESTING.

UM, WE WORK INTERNALLY A LOT TO GET ALL OF OUR PROJECT CHARTERS AND SPONSORS AND FUNDING ALL LINED UP.

SO IT'S ALL OF THAT TIME.

AND SO IF IT'S A VERTICAL PROJECT, YOU MIGHT BE DOING SORT OF THE PROGRAMMING PART OF THE, THE STAGES.

SO MIGHT BE SOMETHING THAT, UM, SPENDS A LOT OF TIME DOING ANALOGIES AND A AND ADJACENCY.

THE WHAT GOES NEXT TO WHAT, IF IT'S A CIVIL PROJECT, YOU MIGHT BE DOING A PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING REPORT AND THAT REALLY GOES THROUGH ALL THE OPTIONS OF WHERE YOU PUT A ROAD OR HOW YOU PUT IN A, A PARTICULAR UTILITY.

UM, AND THIS PROJECT IS VERY HEAVY ON THE CIVIL SIDE.

UM, IT'S GOT A TINY BIT OF ARCHITECTURE, UM, BECAUSE OF THE CHECK TWICE, THEY'RE BUILDING ACTUAL GUARD, UM, NOT SHACKS FACILITY, A GUARD FACILITY.

OUR CURRENT PLACE, UM, THAT THE GUARDS USE THE CHECK IN AND OUT.

PEOPLE IN THE SHACK DOES NOT REALLY MEET THE HR STANDARD THAT WE NEED TO FOR OUR EMPLOYEES.

WE WANNA PROVIDE THEM A RESTROOM WITHIN THEIR LITTLE FACILITIES THAT THEY HAVE TO SIT IN ALL DAY LONG AS WELL.

THEY HEATED IN FULL SPACE, WHICH THEY DON'T CURRENTLY HAVE.

SO IT JUST DEPENDS ON THE PROJECT.

SOMETIMES THE VISION STAGE MAY BE LONGER, SOMETIMES IT MAY SHORTER.

SO THIS IS BASED ON THE SCOPE OF THE PROJECT.

SURE.

BUT IF ALL OF THE THOROUGHLY THINGS THAT HAVE TO BE DONE A WAR, YOU CAN HAVE, UM, A FULL CONCEPT OF WHAT YOU'RE GOING TO BUILD.

BUT I THINK THERE, THERE, THERE WOULD DELAY WITH THE LAYMAN

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WOULD CONSIDERED SIGNED.

I MEAN, SO I'VE NEVER SEEN, THISS IS SEGREGATED FROM DESIGN TO ENVISION BECAUSE ALL THE ACTIVITIES THAT YOU'RE DESCRIBING, I, I IMAGINE PART OF DESIGN, THEY'RE PART OF THE EARLY STAGE OF DESIGN, BUT BECAUSE WE'RE AN AIRPORT AND A COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, RIGHT? YOU CAME TO A HOUSE, LET'S SAY IT'S, IT'S THE TIME YOU MAY WORK WITH YOUR ARCHITECT TO SHOW YOU FIVE DIFFERENT VERSIONS OF THE KITCHEN.

WE DON'T SAY THIS FULLY LEAVE DESIGN UNTIL WE HAVE A CONCEPT THAT EVERYONE HAS SIGNED OFF ON EVERYONE'S 15 TO ALL THE FUNDINGS IN PLACE.

THEN IT MOVES INTO THE OFFICIAL DESIGN PHASE.

SO IT'S ALL THAT EARLY STUFF.

SO IF THAT ANALOGY HELPS, IT HELPS.

THANKS.

OKAY.

ANY OTHER QUESTIONS? TEXTING? SO SAID.

YEAH, OUR MIDFIELD TAXA PROJECT, UM, THIS ONE IS, UM, WORKING TO ASSIGN THE CONTRACTOR FOR THE CONTRACTOR AND WE ARE MOVING FORWARD, UM, WITH THIS PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING REPORT IS NEARLY DONE AND IT HAS JUST SORT OF SWITCHED INTO THAT NEXT PHASE.

IT'S SLOWED DOWN A LITTLE, UM, BUT WE WILL TRY TO CATCH UP, UM, AS WE MOVE INTO THE NEXT PHASE OF THE PROJECT.

OKAY.

UM, THIS IS THE BUILDING DEMO.

UM, WE HAVE, UM, THE CONTRACT IS ALSO UNDER WORKS.

WE'RE LOOKING TO GET OUR NOTICE TO PROCEED WITHIN A FEW WEEKS AND THEY WILL THEN START DEMOING THE PROJECT.

UM, AND THE PERMITTING IS, UM, IN, IN THIS BUILDING.

IT IS UNDER REVIEW NEXT, UM, THE WESTGATE CARPET, UH, A MONTH LARGER PRESENTATION COMING UP.

SO WE'RE GONNA OVER THAT ONE.

SO WE'LL GO INTO LOT.

FELL THAT ONE NEXT.

SO OUR BAG OF HANDLING SYSTEM, THIS IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION.

UM, THAT'S WHY THE BUILD ARROWS THERE.

THEY'RE WORKING, UM, DOING LOTS OF THINGS.

UM, IF YOU ARE IN THE AIR IN THE AIRPORT IN BAGGAGE PLANE, YOU'LL SEE CONSTRUCTION WALLS UP AND THEY'RE WORKING BEHIND THOSE CONSTRUCTION WALLS, UP PUTTING ALL THOSE, UM, WONDERFUL BRAND NEW CONVEYOR BELTS AND EVERYTHING LIKE THAT.

UM, SO THIS PROJECT IS STILL ON TRACK, PAGE ONE, IT'S ON TRACK TO OPEN, UM, AND NEWS AS OUR NEW SYSTEM, UM, IN, UM, IN THE COMPANY YEARS.

SO THAT'S THAT NEXT.

OOPS.

SURE.

JONATHAN, ARE YOU, WE BACK ONLINE WITH YOU? SORRY.

THEN WE PULLED IT OFF BECAUSE NO, JONATHAN, JONATHAN WASN'T ABLE TO SEE THE, THE SLIDES.

YEAH.

IT NOT JUST FOR, I, I'M LIKE THE ONLY ONE JOINING REMOTE, BUT I FIGURED CUZ THIS STUFF GETS RECORDED AND BROADCAST ONLINE IF SOMEBODY ELSE IS JOINING IT, IT IS SHOWING UP.

IT IS SHOWING UP NOW.

IT JUST WASN'T EARLIER.

OKAY, GREAT.

THANK YOU.

THANKS FOR MENTIONING, SORRY.

YEP.

THAT, UM, THE NEXT PROJECT IS THE CARGO DEVELOPMENT PRO PROJECT.

IT IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION AS WELL.

UM, AND THEY'RE MOVING ALONG WITH THAT AND THE MAIN SHELL OF THE BUILDING.

SO WE ARE DOING THE ACTUAL SHELL, NOT THE, THE FINISH OUT ON THE INSIDE.

THE MAIN SHELL OF THE BUILDING SHOULD BE A COMPLETE, UM, MID SUMMER.

SO THAT'S ALSO SITE NEXT.

SO THIS IS OUR GATE 13 RENOVATION, WHICH ADD, UM, WHAT I CALL A LOT OF ADA, UM, ADDITIONAL HELP.

AND, UM, FRESHENING UP TO THIS GATE 13, WHICH IS A GATE THAT WAS ON THE LOWER LEVEL OF THE TERMINAL, WHAT WE CALL THE APRON LEVEL, BUT NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE USE.

WE USE THIS GATE FOR, UM, DIVERSIONS, UM, UM, UH, OTHER OPERATIONS THAT AREN'T SORT OF NORMAL OPERATIONS AND, UM, ANY POTENTIAL BUSING THAT WE MAY NEED TO DO, UM, BECAUSE OF THOSE KIND OF SITUATIONS.

SO WE'RE ADDING TWO ESCALATORS AND REDOING THE STAIRS, UM, AND IMPROVING THE, THE HOLDERMAN FELLOW.

SO IMPROVE LIGHTING AND THINGS LIKE THAT.

THAT'S, THAT'S ANOTHER ONE.

ANY OTHER QUESTIONS? WHAT'S THE DATE ON THE ESCALATORS? WE HAVE THE OH, REALLY? OH, COOL.

YEAH, SORRY.

OH, I HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT EIGHT 13.

YES.

THE, UM, THE BUS THAT WAS PURCHASED.

YES.

WHERE IS THAT BETHEN DELIVERED OR IT'S JUST UNDER ORDER OR DID WE JUST APPROVE THE PURCHASES? COMPLAIN.

OKAY.

WELL THE REASON I'M ASKING, AGAIN, I HAVE LIKE A REALLY SIMPLE QUESTION, ANTHONY.

I DON'T NEED A VERY DETAILED ANSWER AT THIS TIME, BUT I'M CURIOUS TO KNOW WHETHER THAT BUS WILL RAISE THE LE IS IT'S THE KIND OF BUS THAT IT HAS AN WILL

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TAKE PEOPLE WHO CANNOT USE A STAIR TO LOAD ONTO THE PLANE.

SO IN THIS LANGUAGE THAT WE ACHIEVED OVER PERFORMANCE, WE DID PROCURE THE BUS LAST YEAR AND WE RECEIVED THAT IN ADD TO THE BUS WITHIN THE PROCUREMENTS OF THREE PAIR STAIRS.

ONE IS COVERED AND TWO ARE NOT COVERED.

AND BOTH THE BUS AND THE STAIRS ARE ADA COMPLIANCE.

BUT HOW DOES THAT OPERATE THOUGH? SO WE DO OPERATE IT MANUALLY.

IT'S SIMILAR TO THE AIR STAIRS THAT WE HAVE AT CURRENTLY AT THE SOUTH CHANNEL.

OH, OKAY.

GREAT.

GOT IT.

THANK YOU.

AND THERE IS ALSO A RAMP FOR OUR PASSENGERS THAT'S MAINLY ON THE WHEELCHAIR.

SO THANK YOU QUESTION.

JONATHAN, DO YOU HAVE A QUESTION? YEAH, SORRY, I DON'T KNOW HOW I SHOW UP OVER THERE.

UH, SILLY QUESTION ON THE GATE 13, WHY DOES IT HAVE SUCH A LONG ACTIVATION PERIOD? EVERYTHING ELSE, LIKE AFTER CONSTRUCTION'S DONE, IT GETS ACTIVATED IN A QUARTER OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT.

IT SHOWS LIKE A LITTLE OVER LIKE A YEAR, A YEAR AND A QUARTER ACTIVATION PERIOD.

SO WE GAME TO 13.

WE HAD SOME CHALLENGES WITH THE PROCUREMENT OF THE, BASICALLY THE ESCALATORS.

WE, UH, GOT THEM FROM OVERSEAS AND IT, WE DID PLACE THE ORDER DURING COVID, SO IT TOOK A LONGER TIME TO, TO GET, SO IT WAS BASICALLY SUPPLY CHAIN ISSUES.

OH, INTERESTING.

AND AS IT GETTING COUNTED AS ACTIVATION PERIOD AND NOT CONSTRUCTION PERIOD.

YEAH, IT WAS MAINLY GETTING THE ESCALATORS HERE, NOT THE CONSTRUCTION.

THE CONSTRUCTION IS NOT TAKEN.

AND THE MAIN PURPOSE ALSO FOR GAME 13 IS FOR OUR IRREGULAR OPERATIONS.

SO WE HAVE HAD NUMBER ONE DIVERSION AIRPORT IN UNITED STATES AND WE RECEIVE ALL THE DIVERSIONS FROM US AND BALLOTS.

SO HAVING THE AIR STAIRS AND THE BUS WILL HELP US ACCOMMODATE ALL THE DIVERSIONS.

WELL, AND, AND AS BACKUP TO RELOCATING SOME OF THE FLIGHTS FROM SOUTH TERMINAL AT SOME POINT OR EVENTUALLY RIGHT.

UH, AT THIS POINT WE'RE RECOGNIZED FROM THE MAIN IS ULAR OPERATIONS.

OR FOR EXAMPLE, IF ONE OF THE JUST BRIDGES IS DOWN, WE'LL BE ABLE TO RELOCATE THOSE, THOSE CASES.

I KNOW PEOPLE BOTH SAID THIS JOKINGLY, BUT IF WE THOUGHT ABOUT REMEMBERING THAT GAY, WE, WE DISCUSSED THAT.

I HAVE A GATE NUMBER QUESTION FOR YOU TO BRING UP IN YOUR NEXT REASON CHANGE QUESTION JUST FOR CAR.

GO AHEAD.

JUST FOR CLARIFICATION, I, JONATHAN, IF I UNDERSTAND CORRECTLY, JONATHAN, UH, MR. KOON'S QUESTION AROUND THE ES ESCALATORS, IT SOUNDS LIKE WE TOOK DELIVERY OF THEM.

YES.

EXCAVATION PERIOD GIVES US THREE Q2 OF 2024.

SO IT'LL TAKE THAT PERIOD.

THERE'S, THERE'S A LONGER WARRANTY THAT WE LIKE TO DO A YEAR OF WARRANTY BECAUSE THEY'RE BRAND NEW ESCALATORS WANNA MAKE SURE THAT THEY'RE GONNA WORK FOR THAT FULL-TIME.

AND SO IT WON'T TAKE THAT PERIOD TO INSTALL? NO, NO, NO.

THEY'LL BE STALLED.

IT'LL BE LIVE.

THEY'LL BE LIVE, UM, AT THE END, AT THE SOON IT'S, IT'S NEARLY DONE.

THANK YOU.

YEAH, THE CONSTRUCTION IS ALMOST YES.

RIGHT.

I'M NOT SURE IF THIS IS THE PROPER PLACE TO BRING THIS UP, BUT, UM, SINCE WE ARE CREATED THE THE TERMINAL, I THINK WE HAVE SOME ISSUES WITH, UH, HEARING IMPAIRED PEOPLE.

AND I WAS WONDERING, DO WE HAVE ANYTHING IN PLACE LIKE WHEN THE FLIGHTS GET COUNSELED OR SOMETHING, HOW WE CAN NOTIFY THEM OR SOMETHING OF THAT? SO WE DO, COMMISSIONER IS, UM, WE CAN, SINCE THAT'S NOT FOLLOWING AN AGENDA WE'LL WE'LL GET THAT.

OKAY.

EXCEPT FOR YOU.

AND WE CAN CERTAINLY, UH, GIVE YOU AN UPDATE ON THAT.

OKAY.

UM, YEAH, AND, AND UH, YOU KNOW, I WON'T BE HERE RIGHT NOW, BUT THE LAST, THE LAST REPORT OF COURSE WAS UPSET TO EVERYBODY AND I SAW THE NEW LANYARDS THAT YOU INTRODUCED OR NOT FOR PEOPLE THAT DON'T HAVE AN APPARENT DISABILITY.

SO I THINK YOU GUYS MAY WANNA DO THE PRESENTATION ON THAT.

I THINK THAT'S A GREAT IDEA.

SO I KNOW THERE'S A LOT OF INTERESTING THAT YEAH, ABSOLUTELY.

THANK YOU.

WE'LL BRINGING THAT UP.

RIGHT.

THANK YOU.

OTHER QUESTIONS FOR LYNN? OKAY.

UM, WE'RE MOVING ON WHEN THIS NEXT ONE.

ALL RIGHT.

HAVE TO PAY YOUR DOUBLE TODAY.

YEAH.

PURPLE, WHICH MEANS ANOTHER AMY'S ICE CREAM CONE.

[8. Update of the Barbara Jordan Terminal West End Expansion, presented by Lyn Estabrook, Division Manager Planning and Development.]

ALL RIGHT, GO AHEAD.

OKAY, SORRY.

UM, SO THIS IS THE WESTGATE EXPANSION PROJECT, AS I SAID FOR THIS, UM, ITEM IS ALSO IN YOUR PACKET AND IT'S AN RCA, UM, COUNCIL ACTION ITEM.

I WANTED TO GIVE A LITTLE BIT, UM, MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROJECT AND SORT OF WHAT'S GOING ON NEXT

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FRAMING, THEN YES.

MIND INTRODUCING.

UM, UH, YEAH, SURE.

AND ROBERT.

SO OUR SPONSOR, WE DO, WE DO SPONSORS AT THE AIRPORT BECAUSE THE CITY USES, I MEAN WE DO CHAMPIONS AT THE AIRPORT.

THE CITY USES SPONSORS, THE, THE AVIATION AS A SPONSORING DEPARTMENT, BUT WITHIN AVIATION, OUR CHAMPIONS OF THE PROJECT KABUKI BECAUSE IT IS NEW, UM, NEW GATES AND NEW NEW BUSINESS.

AND SO LUKI, NUKI PATEL, OUR TEAM KEEP A BUSINESS, A FINANCE OFFICER.

AND THEN ROBERT BOCATO IS HERE WITH ME.

HE IS THE PROJECT MANAGER, THE ONE DOING ALL THE HARD WORK ON THIS PROJECT AND GATE T AS WELL.

SO THIS IS TEX AND I USUALLY LIKE TO, BUT I WANT TO AT LEAST, UM, GET THIS INFORMATION OUT THERE TO THE PUBLIC.

SO THE UM, ARCHITECT IS PAID ON THIS PROJECT.

THE CONSTRUCTION, UM, CONTRACTOR, WHICH IS A CONTRACTOR MANAGER AT RISK IS PENCIL PHILLIPS.

WE'VE COME PREVIOUSLY TO, UM, COUNSEL IN JULY OF 21 AND IN JUNE OF 22 ON, UM, GETTING THE CMR, UM, DELIVERY METHOD AND THE NEGOTIATING FOR THAT.

WHAT'S, SO THE STATUS, UM, AND THE SCOPE OF THIS PROJECT.

SO THIS PROJECT IS DOING LOTS OF THINGS.

IT'S NOT JUST BUILDING THREE GATES.

UM, SO THERE IS 80, OVER 84,000 GROSS FEET OF SQUARE FEET THAT WE'RE ADDING.

WE'RE ACTUALLY BUILDING WHOLE ROOMS FOR FIVE GATES.

SO IT'S ACTUALLY FIVE NEW GATES AKIN TO THE, THE NINE GATE EXPANSION.

THREE OF THEM ARE NEW, BUT BECAUSE WE CONNECT TO THE BUILDING AND HAVE TO CHOP OFF THOSE OTHER GATES, IT'S ACTUALLY FIVE GATES THAT WE HAVE TO BUILD.

WE HAVE TO CHOP OFF TWO TO CONNECT TO THE BUILDING AND WE HAVE TO REDO THOSE GATES.

SO THE HOLD ROOMS ARE ACTUALLY FIVE BRAND NEW MOLD ROOMS. UM, WE WILL HAVE BRAND NEW RESTROOMS, A CHILDREN'S PLACE GIG THAT WE'RE WORKING IN COORDINATION WITH AIBP ON A MEDITATION QUIET SPACE AS WELL.

THERE IS APRON AND MEZZANINE SPACE THAT IS ALSO LEASEABLE SPACE.

THAT'S ALSO WHY MOVING THE, THE CHAMPION OF THE PROJECT.

SO YOU CAN MAKE SOME MONEY OFF OF THIS PROJECT.

SQUARER THE CONCESSIONS WHEN YOU GET OUT OF THIS, UH, THERE'LL BE TWO 11,000 SQUARE FOOT INSIDE SPACE AT LEAST.

UH, ONE RETAIL, ONE BOOT OF BEVERAGE JUST PUTS THE PLANT IN.

AND THEN A APPROXIMATELY 10,000 SQUARE FOOT, UM, CARD LOUNGE OR UH, LOUNGE THAT'LL BE AVAILABLE ON THE MEINE.

AND WE'LL ALSO BE REPLACING, UM, PENN ORIGINAL, UM, BOARDING BRIDGES.

THOSE ARE THE BRIDGES THAT YOU, THOSE ARE THE, THE WALKWAYS THAT YOU WALK ON FROM THE GATE TO YOUR AIRPLANE.

THOSE ARE CALLED BOARDING BRIDGES THAT WERE ORIGINAL TO, UM, TO ACTUALLY THE AIRPORT AND MUELLER, SOME VERY OLD INFRASTRUCTURE THAT WE ARE FINALLY REPLACING.

AND THAT WILL ALLOW US TO PLAY, UM, SORT OF HOPSCOTCH AROUND.

UM, AS WE BUILD THE PROJECT, WE CAN MOVE THE AIRLINES AROUND AND REPLACE BRIDGES.

WE COULDN'T REPLACE BRIDGES BECAUSE WE DON'T HAVE AN EMPTY GATE IN ORDER TO TAKE ONE DOWN TO REPLACE THAT BRIDGE.

CAUSE THAT REPLACING THE BRIDGE TAKES MONTHS.

THAT'S IT.

WE'RE ALSO GONNA BE DOING THAT.

UM, NEXT, SO THE BUDGET OF THIS PROJECT, SO THE TOTAL PROJECT COSTS, UM, IS 164 MILLION.

THE DESIGN AND SOFT COSTS.

UM, SOFT COSTS INCLUDE THINGS LIKE, UM, PERMITTING, PROJECT MANAGEMENT, UM, TESTING, THINGS LIKE THAT.

SO IT'S 29 MILLION.

THE CONSTRUCTION BUDGET IS 135 MILLION.

SO THE FIRST, UM, GUARANTEED MAXIMUM PRICE HAS BEEN EXECUTED.

THAT IS INCLUDING ALL OF THOSE BORING BRIDGES.

WE WANTED TO BUY THEM ALL AT ONCE SO WE CAN GET IT CHEAPER AND SO THAT WE CAN, UH, REPLACE THOSE AGING INFRASTRUCTURE AS SOON AS WE COULD.

THE SECOND GUARANTEED MAXIMUM PRICE WE GOT, AND IT'S IN REVIEW AND IT'S 78 5.

AND THAT IS, UM, ALL OF THAT OTHER ARCHITECTURE, THE ENTIRE REST IMPROVE PROJECT.

UM, SO THE TOTAL, UM, CURRENT, UM, CONSTRUCTION COSTS WOULD BE A HUNDRED, UH, 16, FIVE WITH THE REMAINING BEING, UM, THE CON CONTRACTOR'S CONTINGENCY.

AND SO THOSE OTHER IMPROVEMENTS THAT WE'VE BEEN TALKING ABOUT, UM, IN TERMS OF, OF THE WHOLE FACILITY, THAT'S ANOTHER 18 FIVE.

AND THAT PARTICULAR, THE TOTAL, UH, CONSTRUCTION BUDGET AT 1 35.

AND CAN I INTERRUPT YOU TO ASK YEP.

REGGIE AND, AND MICKEY TO GIVE US A PERSPECTIVE, THIS IS UNFAIR, UM, BROWN NUMBERS ANNUALLY OF RISK INCOME FOR NEW GATES CONCESSION SPACES.

I'M TRYING TO SEE HOW THIS AMORTIZES YOU, WHAT THE FEEDBACK IS, THE CLOUD.

SURE.

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THE, SO I'LL LET RICHIE THINK ABOUT PART OF THE EXPERT.

WHAT I'LL TELL YOU CONCESSION SPACES IS, UM, THAT IT'S A BUSINESS MODEL, RIGHT? WHERE WE COLLECT A PERCENTAGE OF THE RENTS OF THE, THE, UM, THE SALE.

UM, SO THAT RFP WILL MOST LIKELY GO OUT TOWARDS THE TAIL END OF THIS PROJECT AS THE SPACE IS CODEPENDENT OF WHAT THE EXPANSION IS OPEN.

SO WE HAVEN'T REALLY TALKED THROUGH THE FINANCIALS YET OF THE REVENUE THAT WILL BE GENERATED.

WE SET SPACE, WE NEED CURRENTLY GENERATE WHAT PER SQUARE FOOT HUNDRED SPACE TO THE AIRPORT.

UM, 56,000 SQUARE FEET.

WE GENERATE, UM, 22 MILLION, 22 MILLION A YEAR AND CONCESSION REVENUE.

SO THAT'S ABOUT SQUARE BASIS.

WHAT I'LL TELL YOU, WHICH WILL BE, UH, A REALLY STRONG UPSIDE IS THE, UH, BRANDED CREDIT CARD LOUNGE.

SO WE'D LIKE TO DO ON THE ME, WHICH WILL HAVE A COMPONENT THAT IS REALLY, UH, UNIQUE TO JUST THESE TYPES OF LOUNGES WHERE THEY, THE INDUSTRY IS PAYING THAT QU INCH SHELL, SO THE APPROXIMATE BUILDOUT OF THE PO INCH SHELL, THAT THE FACILITY ITSELF IS SOMEWHERE BETWEEN 7.8 AT A LITTLE BIT HIGHER, SOMEWHERE IN THAT RANGE.

UM, THESE, THESE INDUSTRY PARTNERS THAT ARE BIDDING ON THESE S NOW ARE, ARE REIMBURSING AIRPORTS.

SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THAT.

AND THEN WHAT THE RENT COMPONENT OF IT COULD BE IS SOMEWHERE CLOSE TO ABOUT 2 MILLION A YEAR IN RENT FOR A 10 YEAR LEASE.

SO ABOUT 20 MILLION IN RENT, PLUS ABOUT 7.8 OR 8 MILLION.

SO IT'S A SIGN THAT UNIT ITSELF.

BUT THE LOUNGE WILL GENERATE APPROXIMATELY ABOUT 28 MILLION.

2 MILLION.

2 MILLION.

OH, TOO MANY.

TOO MANY A YEAR.

2 MILLION A YEAR.

20, 22 MILLION A YEAR FROM CONCESSIONS.

THAT'S THE TOTAL GROSS.

WELL THAT'S TOTAL, THAT'S WHAT WE ARE EARNING NOW.

SO PER SQUARE NUMBER.

SO FOR 22,000 SQUARE FEET OF CONCESSION, YOU EXPECT WHAT IN REVENUE PER YEAR ABOUT, UH, THAT'S OKAY.

SO, YOU KNOW, IT MIGHT JUST BE INTERESTING TO COME BACK TO LOOKING AT, I MEAN, IT LOOKS TO ME LIKE THIS IS PRETTY QUICK, BUT PRETTY GOOD PAYBACK.

YEAH.

YOU'RE NOT EVEN INCLUDED THE NEW GATE REVENUE.

YEAH.

SO THE GATE REVENUE DEPENDING ON, YOU KNOW, HOW MANY OF THOSE, UH, REVENUE VERSUS SURE.

RIGHT.

SO YEAH, THOSE COMPLIMENTS WE MEASURE.

I I MIGHT JUST SUGGEST THAT PARTICULARLY AS WE'RE GETTING READY FOR THIS HUGE SPIN THAT WE'RE DOING, THAT WE, UM, BRING FORWARD, YOU KNOW, SOME PROFORMA REVENUE FIGURES SO THAT WE HAVE A PAY PROJECTED PAYBACK.

GO AHEAD.

SO THIS IS, UH, A VISUAL OF THE BUDGET IN THE TIMELINE OF HOW WE, UH, GOT TO WHERE WE ARE.

WHEN YOU'D ASKED ABOUT ENVISIONING, BEFORE WE STARTED ENVISIONING THIS PROJECT IN 2021, WHEN WE KNEW THAT WE WERE GOING TO NEED TO DO A, A TUNNEL AND, OR A BRIDGE, AND WE HAD TO TAKE DOWN THREE DAYS IN THE CENTER OF THE CONCOURSE.

SO WE KNEW THE VERY FIRST THING WE KNEW WE HAD TO DO WAS BUILD THREE MORE TO OFFSET THOSE.

SO THIS IS NOT A THREE PLUS.

SO WE DON'T HAVE, YOU KNOW, WE DON'T GET AN ADDITIONAL THREE GATES INTERNET NEUTRAL.

SO THESE THREE MAKE UP.

SO THIS WAS ONE OF THE VERY, UM, FIRST PROJECTS THAT WE HAD TO DO IN THE PROGRAM IN ORDER TO DO THE NEXT BIT, I JUST WANNA CHECK, TRY TO VERIFY SOMETHING.

SO IF YOU WOULDN'T MIND GOING, GOING BACK ONE SLIDE PLEASE.

JUST WANNA RECONCILE KIND OF THE NUMBERS WE'RE SEEING HERE WITH COPY.

WE GO BACKWARDS SLIDE.

THANK YOU.

UH, WE RECONCILE THAT WITH PAGE 30, UM, WHICH IS THE FOR BUDGET SLIDE? FOR THE BUDGET 5 0 1 4.

IT JUST SEEMS LIKE HER DIFFERENT THAT OR MAYBE I, I'M MISSING COST.

HERE'S 1 65, RIGHT? 1 64 AT YOU AREA DESIGN COSTS AREN'T REALLY FACTORED IN THE BUDGET.

I JUST WONDERING IF AT LEAST TWO DOCUMENTS RECONCILED OR WHAT SHOULD, WHAT'S THE, YOU SAY HERE'S ONE 60 OH, IN THE OTHER ONE? NO, UM, WE'VE, WE, WE, THIS IS, THE PRESENTATION IS MORE UPDATED.

CAUSE THE GMP TWO THAT CAME IN IS UNDER BUDGET.

GOT IT.

BY ABOUT A MILLION, MILLION AND A HALF.

SO IT'S GOING DOWN THE YES.

AND WE JUST GOT THAT.

BUT EARLIER THIS WEEKEND, THE LAST WEEK AND THESE PRESENT FEES WE, WE OWE TO THE TEAM ABOUT TWO WEEKS SENATE DAY.

I ALSO HAVE A BUDGET QUESTION.

UM, THE NINE GATE EXPANSION WAS ABOUT $350 MILLION, IS THAT CORRECT? YES.

AND THIS WOULD BE LIKE A THIRD THAT AMOUNT FOR

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PRESUMABLY, WELL, I DON'T KNOW, THIRD NUMBER GATES, THREE TO FIVE GATES IS THE COST LOWER PER SQUARE FOOT BECAUSE THERE'S NOT CUSTOMS AND FOR CONTROL.

THOSE NOT THE, THAT GOING ON IN THERE OR WHY, WHY IS NO, THE 90TH EXPANSION HAD A LOT OF DIFFERENT APR.

I SEE.

SO THAT WE HUNDRED HAD MILLION GROUPS.

A LOT OF THE, WE HAD TO BUILD A LOT MORE CONCRETE ON THAT SIDE OF THE, THE SITE IN ORDER TO ACCOMMODATE THE MUCH LARGER PLANES.

AND THEY WERE ALL, THERE WAS ALSO TERMINAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS THAT WERE, UH, BUILT INTO THAT TOO.

WELL THIS ONE OFTEN NOT COMPARISON.

FOR EXAMPLE, THE, THE DELTA LARGE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THAT WAS ALL BIGGER, ESPECIALLY WHICH THAT WAS A HIGHER THOUGHT THAN WE HAD TO USE.

UM, SO YOU CAN SEE WHEN WE DID THE ENVISIONING, WE THOUGHT WE JUST HAD TO DO THE FREE GATES.

AND AS WE MOVED THROUGH SORT OF THAT PROGRAMMING STAYS AND THE, UM, PLANNING AND SCHEMATIC DESIGN, UM, WE WERE ABLE TO EVOLVE, UM, THE PROJECT AS GO, UM, TO GET US TO WHERE WE ARE TODAY IN 2023.

THAT SHOWS THE TOTAL PROFESSIONAL COST AT ABOUT 116 UM, MILLION, UM, WITH THE REMAINING AS OWNER CONTINGENCY, UM, FOR THE SCOPE OF THE CONSTRUCTION.

SO PRETTY PICTURES THE ARCHITECT TO ME LAWS OF THE PRETTY PICTURES.

SO THESE ARE UPDATED RENDERINGS.

UM, THIS SHOWED THE NORTHWEST CORNER.

IT SHOWED THAT THERE IS AN OPEN AIRED AREA, UM, VERY MUCH LIKE THE OTHER END OF THE TERMINAL.

WE'RE TRYING TO BOOKEND THE DESIGN.

UM, IT ALSO SHOWS THAT THE CLUB IS UP THERE AS WELL.

THERE'S LARGE SPACE AND YOU'LL SEE IN THE INTERNAL, UM, ELEVATIONS WHERE WE CAN GET A LOT OF GREAT VIEWS OF DOWNTOWN.

NEXT, HERE'S A GREAT, UH, INTERNAL.

SO WHEN YOU STAND AT THE EDGE OF WHERE THE EXISTING, UM, TERMINAL IS LOOKING INTO THE NEWS SPACE, THIS IS WHAT YOU SEE.

UM, AND SO WE'VE GOT LOTS OF THINGS.

UM, IN THIS PICTURE ON THE LEFT, THAT'S WHERE THE RESTROOM BANK IS AND THE PLAYSCAPE WHERE THE TALL, UM, LIGHTING, UM, NEW TOWER IS.

SO THERE'S A LITTLE PLAY AREA THERE.

UM, ON THE RIGHT YOU'LL SEE SOME OF THE SEATING PER THE CONCESSIONS THAT ALSO ALSO SHOW SOME OF THE WHOLE ROOM.

AND THERE'S THE GRAND STAIR THAT GOES UP TO THE MEZZANINE WHERE WE HAVE ADDITIONAL OUTDOOR SPACE WHERE THE MEDITATION, UM, QUIET ROOM IS IN ACCESS TO LOUNGE.

YOU'LL SEE IN A MINUTE.

NEXT.

YES.

I HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT THE, THE ORIENTATION OF THE BUILDING FOR THAT WESTERN EXPOSURE.

I KNOW THAT A LOT OF CARE WENT INTO DAYLIGHTING AND ENERGY CONSERVATION FOR THE ORIGINAL TERMINAL, AND I'M A LITTLE CONCERNED TO SEE THAT MUCH GLAZING ON A WESTERN FACING WALL WITHOUT AN OVERHANG.

UM, SO YEAH, SO THAT'S A GREAT QUESTION.

SO WE DID A STUDY, ROBERT AND THE TEAM DID A STUDY AND THEY LOOKED AT, UM, OVERHANGS, THEY LOOKED AT BLIND THAT WERE AUTOMATIC ON SENSORS AND THEY LOOKED AT NEW TECHNOLOGY CALLED, UM, CHROMATIC, I'M GONNA SAY IT WRONG, ELECTRIC CHROMATIC GLASS.

THE BUDGET IS GOT, AND THE DESIGN HAS GOT THE ELECTRO CHROMATIC LOSS THAT IS GLASS THAT ACTUALLY CHANGES THE COLOR OF THE GLASS TO TIN EVERYTHING AND, AND PREVENT THE SUN RAISE FROM COMING IN AUTOMATICALLY COST FOR THAT COMPARED TO THE BLINDS.

AND THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THAT WAS ACTUALLY COMPARABLE WHEN WE LOOKED AT IT.

WELL, SO THAT'S GOOD FOR VISUAL, LIKE FOR FOR GLARE PRODUCTION, BUT I DON'T KNOW ABOUT FOR HEAT GATE.

I BELIEVE IT DOES DO HEAT GATE.

YEAH.

OKAY.

AND PAGE WAS, UM, A KEY PARTNER IN HELPING US DO THAT STUDY AND LOOK AT ALL THOSE DIFFERENT OPTIONS THAT COMPARE THEM NOT JUST FOR COST, BUT FOR SOMETHING.

GOOD QUESTION.

YEAH.

SO IT'S LIKE DIA WHEN THEY'RE, THEY WERE RECONFIGURING SECURITY WHERE YOU CAN STAND THERE WAITING IN LINE AND YOU WOULD JUST KEEP BASE DURING THE SUMMERTIME.

SO I GUESS THIS WOULD HELP.

SO IT'S SUMMER, FIRST TIME WE ARE USING THE, SO WE HAVE ON YOUR, ON YOUR SCHEDULE, DO WE, DO WE BEGIN THE TUNNEL? CAN WE BEGIN THE TUNNEL BEFORE THIS IS DONE OR NOT? THE CONSTRUCTION WE ARE, UM, H AND DB IS DOING A LOT OF THAT ENVISIONING ON IT AND A LOT OF STUDIES, AS YOU SAW, ALL THE GEOTECH TESTING.

SO WE ARE IN THAT IN VISION STAGE FOR THE TUNNEL.

WE CAN DO THE CONSTRUCTION UNTIL THESE ARE OPEN.

SO WE CAN'T START THE TUNNEL.

BUT WHEN YOU SIX THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE TUNNEL SIX.

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YES.

BUT, BUT AT THIS POINT, THE TUNNELING, THE, THE TUNNEL IS IMPACT.

WELL DURING CONSTRUCTION WE WILL HAVE TO MOVE THE PLANES AROUND.

THEY, THEY WON'T BE ABLE TO GO ACROSS.

ONCE THE TUNNEL IS BUILT, IT WILL NOT DISRUPT THE RAMP.

OTHER QUESTIONS? OKAY, LET'S PRETTY QUICK.

PARDON? I THOUGHT THERE WAS A BUS BEFORE.

WHILE THIS IS BEING BUILT, UH, WE LOOK MOBILE AND BUS AND WE TAKE THEM TO THE OTHER TERM.

YEAH.

SO THE NEW CONCOURSE CAN BE UNDER CONSTRUCTION DURING THIS TIME.

AND I, I THINK WE'LL SHOW, MY HOPE IS THAT NEXT MONTH WE'LL BE ABLE TO TALK MORE ABOUT SCHEDULING OF THE NEW ELEMENTS.

UM, BUT THE TUNNEL ITSELF, UM, CAN'T START CONSTRUCTION UNTIL THESE NEW GATES ARE OPEN SO THAT I CAN MOVE, SHIFT EVERYONE DOWN AND, AND BE ABLE TO DISRUPT THE CENTER OF THE BUILDING.

NOT ABOUT THAT.

THAT, THAT WE COULD, WE COULD START FLYING OUT OF THE, BEFORE THE TUNNEL DONE.

YES.

IF THE CONCOURSE IS READY, WHEN THE CONCOURSE IS READY, IF THE CONCOURSE IS READY, LET'S START BEFORE THE TUNNEL IN WE CAN BUST.

YEAH.

AND THAT IS, THAT ALSO HELPS WITH GATE 13 IS AN OPTION TO BUST OUT OF THERE.

GO AHEAD.

BEFORE THAT BAGGAGE.

WELL YOU, YEAH, JU JUST AGAIN, I'M SORRY.

BRAIN'S BAD AS FAR AS TAXIING AIRCRAFT ON THE RAMP, EAST TO WEST WAS THE EAST, THAT'S NOT GONNA BE COMMISSION, NOT ONCE CONSTRUCTION IS DONE, BUT WHEN OKAY, BUT DURING CONSTRUCTION FOR THE TUNNEL.

OH, IF WE GONE TO A SINGLE RUNWAY OPERATION, NO, THEY'RE JUST GONNA TAG YOU AROUND.

THAT'S WHY WE NEED THE MIDFIELD CROSS TAXI.

WAIT.

WE CAN SHOW ALL THE AMAZING SOUND CLIPS.

I'M SO EXCITED ABOUT, UM, ANOTHER GREAT RENDERING LOOKING AT A HOLD ROOM.

UM, SO IN THE HOLD ROOM, LOOKING BACK, UM, TOWARDS THE SIDE, UM, OF WHERE THAT STAIR IS AND BACK TOWARDS THE ORIGINAL, UM, PART OF THE TERMINAL.

SO IT SHOWS SORT OF A LOWER FEELING IN THE HOLD ROOMS TO FEEL COZY.

UM, AND THEN THE OPEN AIRED, UH, AREA IN THE CENTER TEXT.

SO THIS RENDERING, UM, IS A RENDERING FROM THE MEZZANINE LOOKING DOWN AND ACROSS AND DOWN.

SO TO THE LEFT OF THIS RENDERING, UM, IS THAT CREDIT CARD ALLOWANCE THAT, UM, LUKE TALKED ABOUT THAT WILL BE, UM, ISSUED AS AN RP ONCE WE HAVE A BETTER DATE ON, ON, UM, WHEN IT'S THE PARALLEL WITH THE CONSTRUCTION.

UM, AND THERE'LL BE AN AREA HERE FOR ANYBODY TO SIT AND HANG OUT AND ALSO HAVE ACCESS TO THE MEDITATION WORK NEXT.

SO THIS IS, UM, IN THE EVENING VIEW SORT OF LOOKING AS IF YOU WERE COMING, UM, IF YOU WERE A PART PUTTING IN, UM, IF YOU WERE A AND YOU WERE A LITTLE TOO CLOSE, BUT, UM, IT'S A GREAT VIEW THOUGH, SO YOU CAN GET AN OVERALL IDEA OF THE BOXING IF YOU WERE TAXIING, UM, TOWARDS THE LONG RUNWAY AND YOU WERE IN A PLANE AND YOU WENT TO THE RIGHTNESS OF WHAT YOU SEEING.

SO HERE ARE OUR OVERALL CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE.

SO WE ARE, UM, HAVE, LIKE I SAID, HAVE THE FIRST DM P UM, IT HAS BEEN APPROVED.

WE HAVE THE SECOND COMPLETE AND WE'RE LOOKING TO EXECUTE THAT, UM, IN ABOUT A MONTH FROM NOW WITH THIS INCREASE.

WE CAN DO THAT.

UM, AND THEN THE IDEA IS TO HAVE THOSE VERY FIRST, UM, GATE AVAILABLE IN NOVEMBER AND THE SUBSTANTIALLY COMPLETE AND 2026 MARCH, 2020 FIFTH.

AND WE'RE GONNA DO A PHASE, UH, APPROACH OPENING NEXT.

SO JUST SOME ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

UM, WE ARE DOING DBE, THIS IS ALSO, ALSO PARTIALLY GRANT FUNDED THROUGH THE, THE B I L GRANTS, UM, WHICH ARE THE F FAA, UM, BIPARTISAN INFRASTRUCTURE LEGISLATION THAT, UM, WAS PASSED.

UM, AND IT IS THE AIRPORT IMPROVEMENT GRANTS, THE A I G GRANTS THAT ARE, UM, THE GRANTS THAT ARE SORT OF WHAT I CALL, UH, SEGREGATED SPECIFICALLY FOR AIRPORTS AND EARMARKED ALREADY.

IT'S NOT A COMPETITIVE GRANT.

SO IT IS FEDERAL MONEY.

PART OF IT

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IS FEDERAL MONEY.

UM, THE CURRENT COMPLIANCE IS, UM, 18.48 AND UM, WE WILL, WE ARE ON TRACK TO EXCEED THAT GOAL.

UM, THIS IS NOT A ROSE PROJECT, UM, BUT THERE IS ART PUBLIC PLACE.

WE ARE ALREADY HAVE ONE ARTIST ON BOARD AND THEY'RE WORKING ON A PROPOSAL FOR A VERY LARGE ART PIECE ON THE WALL.

UM, IN THE RENDERINGS YOU SAW SOME COOL COLORS THAT'S, YOU KNOW, FAKE ART THAT THE ARTIST CAN CHOOSE TO PUT THEIR ART THERE ON THOSE AREAS.

WE ALSO HAVE AN BARBECUE UNDERWAY FOR THE CHILDREN'S PLAY AREA AS PART OF THE AIP P AND WE'RE LOOKING FOR ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES TO DISPLAY ART THROUGHOUT, UM, THIS AREA OF THE CONCOURSE.

YES, THE CITY ARTS COMMISSION, UM, VOTE ON THE, OR IS THIS INTERNAL TO THE AIRPORT? NO, THE CAT PLAY'S PART OF CAT WAY WHO'S PART OF, UM, THE SELECTION PROCESS AND I THINK IT WAS PART OF THE SCHOOL.

THEY HAVE A YEAR, I THINK IT'S A YEARLY PROCESS, MAYBE IT'S MULTIPLE YEARS WHERE THEY GET A BUNCH OF ARTISTS.

SO SHE WAS PART OF THAT AND THEY, IT'S BEEN A LONG CONTEST PRESENTATION, BUT THEY TRIED RECRUITING PEOPLE FROM USING THE COMMISSION TO BE ALL THAT JURY FOR SELECT PROJECTS.

SO THEY'RE, THEY'RE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR JUST FIX SOMETHING.

THIS PROJECT IS PART OF THE WAGE COMPLIANCE, UM, AND TRAINING CONSTRUCTION TRAINING PROGRAM AS WELL.

UM, SO THESE ARE JUST SOME MORE DETAILED DRAWINGS THAT WE'VE HAD.

IF YOU, UM, WANNA SEE MORE TAPE BEHIND SHOWS THE MAP OF THE LAYOUT OF THE PLANE.

SO I THINK THIS WILL ANSWER SCOTT'S QUESTION.

UM, NEXT.

WAIT, WAIT.

OH YEAH, YEAH, YEAH.

TALK TO ME ABOUT THE MOUNT FIRST HERE.

YES.

THE NUMBER GATE NUMBERING.

YES.

YES.

STEVENS ARE THE RELOCATING THREE.

WE'RE SHIFTING EVERYBODY DOWN AND RELOCATING THREE.

I JUST, THERE WAS A RHETORIC EARLIER THAT WENT LIKE 30.

IT WENT KIND OF NOT IN NUMERICAL BORDER AS WELL.

I MEAN, I'M SURE PEOPLE UP.

YES.

IT'S BECAUSE THE NORTH, MEANING THE SOUTH LINE UP INSIDE BESIDE THE, TO BRING IT FOR, UH, THE LAYOUT OF THE GATES TO THE OUTSIDE.

IT'S ONE THE REPAIR IS NUMBER.

SO THIS IS THE GATE LAYOUT FOR THE PILOT.

WHAT ARE YOU SAYING VERSUS THE GATE LAYOUTS? OH, I SEE.

FOR THE, OKAY, GOTCHA.

THE NUMBERS ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE BUILDING FOR THE PILOTS ARE DIFFERENT THAN THE ONES ON THE INSIDE THE SAME.

SO WHAT WERE YOU, WHAT HOW ABOUT THIS? WE'LL GET TO A BETTER GATEWAY PLAN OF ALL THE NUMBERING NEXT MONTH.

YEAH, NO, I JUST, IT, IT SEEMS HARD TO UNDERSTAND.

YEAH.

AND WE STILL ARE WORKING ON A TRANSITION PLAN TO MOVE EVERYBODY WORKING WITH PROPERTIES ON THAT.

GOT IT.

.

YEAH.

WE'LL HAVE TO RENU SOME OF THE EXISTING GATES.

UM, THE FLOOR PLAN, THIS SHOWS THAT ON THAT, UM, WHAT WE CALL APRIL LEVEL, WHICH IS THE LEVEL THAT THE PLANES PARK ON, THERE'S THE ACTUAL TUG ROAD IN BETWEEN THE TWO HALVES OF THE BUILDING, UM, THAT ALLOWS, UM, BAGGAGE CARTS TO GO THROUGH THERE AS WELL AS OTHER MAINTENANCE TRUCKS AND OTHER THINGS LIKE THAT.

UM, WE HAVE, UM, EVERYTHING FROM BREAK ROOMS AND RESTROOMS, SERVICE ELEVATORS, TRASH RECYCLING, COMPOS COLLECTION AND LARGE MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL IT ROOM.

SO THIS IS A REMEMBERING THAT WE'RE NOT JUST BUILDING FOLDER ROOM, WE'RE BUILDING A LOT OF OTHER STUFF THAT'S PART OF THE BUILDING.

THANKS.

SO HERE WE GO.

HERE'S A BETTER GATE LAYOUT.

UM, SO THIS SHOWS THE WHOLE ROOM, THE TWO VERY LARGE RESTROOMS. THE, UM, THE CONCESSION AREAS CONNECT.

THERE IS AN OLD SECTION OF, OF THE BUILDING, THE CHILDREN'S PLAY AREAS IN THAT GREEN.

WE DO HAVE A PET LEAF ROOM.

WE DO HAVE FAMILY ROOMS, NURSING ROOMS, AN AMBULATORY ROOM THAT'S SIMILAR TO THE NIGHT GATES.

UM, AGAIN, WE HAVE SERVICE ELEVATORS, TRASH RECYCLING, CHEMICAL, ELECTRIC, BLIND HEARING ROOM, AND, UM, SOME LARGE EMERGENCY EXIT STAIRWAY DOWN ONTO THE

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APRS WHERE AGAIN, THERE'S A LOT OF STUFF CONCESSION BUILDING.

THEY'RE IN THE EXISTING PARTNER, THAT WHITE PART OF THE DRAWING.

THEY'RE IN THE EXISTING PART OF THE OLD BUILDING.

OH, OKAY.

OKAY.

OKAY.

SO YEAH, IT'S NOT JUST THE WHOLE ROOM.

THERE'S A LOT OF STUFF THAT GOES ALONG WITH BUILDING THE WHOLE BUILDING OF NEW GATES.

AND THEN THIS IS A FLOOR PLAN OF AN MEZZANINE, WHICH SHOWED THE MEDITATION ROOM, WHICH IS THAT OVAL, UM, SPACE AS WELL AS SPACE ON THE TOP OF THE DRAWING.

UM, WHICH IS FOR THE CREDIT CARD CLUB.

UM, THE BLUE AREA IS, UM, AN OUTSIDE SPACE.

THE YELLOW AREA IS GENERAL PASSENGER AND OUTSIDE DECK AND WALKWAY SPACE.

AND THEN THERE'S SOME OPERATIONAL SPACE, UM, THAT WE CAN USE, UM, AS AIRPORT, UM, TENANTS AND, AND AIRPORT OPERATIONS TO THIS, UM, BOTTOM OF THAT DRAWING AS WELL.

ADDITIONAL RESTROOMS AND MORE EMERGENCY CARE WE'RE GONNA HAVE NEXT ABOUT THE PARK.

I YES.

EXTRAORDINARY AMOUNT.

WE ALREADY GET AN ORIGINAL JEN.

I STAND'S PERMISSION HELP PICKED TO ART.

I, I DON'T GET SAY WHO? THE ARTIST.

ALL RIGHT.

LET'S TALK ABOUT THE CONTRACT EXTENSION.

[9. Update regarding increase contract authorization for AEDP architect HNTB, presented by Lyn Estabrook, Division Manager, Planning and Development.]

THANK YOU.

GREAT.

UH, OBJECTION.

UM, SO BOTTOM LINE HERE, WE'RE TRYING TO EXPAND EXTEND 89 TO 1 35.

IS THAT THE SAME? IT WAS NOT, IT'S NOT THE SAME.

THAT'S, IT'S NOT THE NUMBER NINE, JUST THE H NT.

THAT'S A DIFFERENT, OKAY.

OKAY.

SORRY.

THEY WERE TOGETHER.

TWO SEPARATE OR OKAY.

SEPARATE ITEM AND THE TIMING OF, IS THIS A CONTRACT THAT WE ALREADY SENT? SO, UM, NO, CORRECT, CORRECT ME IF I'M WRONG.

NUMBER NINE IS A BRIEFING TODAY FOR AN ACTION ITEM IN NEXT MASTER.

OKAY.

THE FUTURE TO BRING YOU TODAY ON, UH, FUTURE ACTION ITEM.

ITEM 10 IS A DIFFERENT CONTRACTOR.

UM, OKAY, WE COULD TALK BACK NEXT TIME.

UH, ITEM 10 IS THE, UM, THE PRESENTATION.

IT GAVED.

OKAY.

ITEM NINE IS FOR A, IS A UPDATE ON THE FUTURE THAT WILL BRING FOR NEXT MONTH.

OKAY.

ARE WE ONLINE NOW? YES.

UM, YES, IF THERE ARE NO MORE QUESTIONS ON EIGHT.

OKAY.

SO YEAH, SO THE BRIEFING I JUST GAVE WAS ABOUT ITEM, UM, 10 AS WELL.

SO, UM, NUMBER ITEM NINE IS SPECIFICALLY ON, UM, THE A, P AND H AND TB HAS BEEN, UM, A QUESTIONS ABOUT MORE OF THEIR SCOPE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING AND, AND WHY THEY'RE DOING IT.

AND SO WE JUST WANTED TO GO A LITTLE BIT MORE INTO DETAIL.

OH, I KNOW I'M CALLING I NO, NO OVERVIEW OF, UM, ASIAN TB IS AN A, JUST FOR SOME OF THOSE THAT MAY NOT KNOW, THEY'RE AN ARCHITECT FIRM THAT WAS HIRED TO BE OUR PRINCIPAL ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER FOR THE ENTIRE, UM, A DP PROGRAM.

AND THEY ARE DOING A LOT OF, UM, THE PLANNING, THE CONCEPTUAL, UM, PROGRAMMING AND SOME EVEN SOME OF THE HIGH, UH, LEVEL SCHEMATIC DESIGN FOR ELEMENTS.

SO AS YOU CAN SORT OF SEE THE SYMBOLS ON THE SIDE, THEY ORIGINALLY, UM, BECAME OUR PRINCIPAL, UM, ARCHITECT IN MAY OF 22, UM, WITH THEIR FIRST, UM, EXECUTED DELIVERY ORDER.

THEY, THE COUNCIL ITEM BEFORE THAT, THAT WAS THE FIRST SIGNED EXECUTED TAX.

UM, SOME OF THE THINGS THAT THEY DID IN THAT TASK, UM, OR SERVE AS TECHNICAL ADVISOR FOR SOME OF OUR EXISTING, UM, CONTRACTS BECAUSE, UM, I WE'RE SHORT STAFFED AND, UM, I STILL HAVEN'T BEEN ABLE TO HIRE UP, I'M ACTUALLY