ASE performed airside planning, design, fleet mix/flight schedule analysis, aircraft parking layouts, passenger boarding bridge and related fixed ground-support system engineering for the integration of the NWA fleet into the Delta Air Lines fleet mix and Boeing fleet winglet.
ASE provided airside planning, engineering, and design for this 12 gate, 24 passenger boarding bridge project. The primary focus was to increase the ADG-V and ADV-VI capacity at the international terminal to accommodate the airlines’ larger aircraft and plan for future aircraft, such as the B777-9X.
ASE provided a design that met complex budgetary and schedule constraints for DCRA and the City of Madison, as well as, design and construction. ASE provided design and construction administration services for the replacement of all PBBs, GPUs, and PCAs, electrical infrastructure upgrades, airside design, and baggage valets.
ASE is deeply involved with multiple airside projects at DFW, including PBB replacements and refurbishments, central and point of use PCA upgrades, gate reconfigurations including aircraft fleet mix upsizing, and central chiller plant evaluations. In addition, ASE provided ongoing assistance to the owner in developing an equipment replacement plan for the next few years due to aging airside infrastructure.
This fast-track project provided aircraft parking designs for restriping United’s gates at over 100 airports throughout the U.S. to meet United’s latest ramp standards. This project involved initial surveys of all airports to gather existing conditions and development of new aircraft parking plans and striping layouts to meet the latest striping standards and specific airport fleet requirements.
ASE was chosen to perform the complete airside design of Terminal 3 to allow for dual PBB servicing of A380s at Gates C30 and C31. The project included the installation of two new PBBs, fixed walkways, new foundations, GPUs, AHUs, Boom-Air hose retrieval systems, electrical, structural and mechanical infrastructure, VDGS relocations, and ramp striping modifications.
ASE was contracted to survey existing conditions at 40+ airports across the U.S. and create plans for the newly combined US Airways/American fleet. As-built drawings were utilized to create new aircraft parking plans for each airport, maximize the needs of the new fleet while also implementing AA’s safety standards and striping specifications.