ATL Facility, Asset Management and Sustainability (FAMS) On-Call
Arora Engineers (Arora) was subcontracted to provide engineering assessment and planning services to the Haley Aldrich – Jacobsen Daniels Joint Venture (JV) team for the development, support, and implementation of an asset management and sustainability plan, and assist with the execution of associated goals, targets, and initiatives across Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL).
ATL assisted the City of Atlanta Department of Aviation (DOA) Planning and Development Department, in developing a comprehensive 100% renewable energy plan for ATL, titled the ATL Clean Energy Plan (ACEP). The ACEP was created to provide the DOA with a strategic roadmap for implementing a comprehensive clean energy-program that emphasized reducing reliance on and consumption of conventional sources of energy, reducing emissions, and increasing the resilience and reliability of energy-delivery systems.
SCOPE OF SERVICES INCLUDED:
Arora provided professional engineering and design services for a number of task orders under this contract in support of the airport’s sustainability initiatives, including:
- Electrical engineering for electrical vehicle (EV) charging station telemetrics.
- Electrical engineering services for six existing buildings including the North Cargo Building.
- Electric shuttle bus funding strategy to be followed by electrical evaluation and interior electrical routing services for an electric vehicle charging infrastructure plan and alternate fuel conversion outreach strategy at ATL. Arora reviewed existing electrical infrastructure conditions and facilities, provided schematics of electrical utilities, and, based upon power availability, provided plans for EV Charging options and locations with strategic “smart growth” and design for future installations and anticipated parking demand considerations.
- Electrical engineering to follow for two reports detailing the provision of a review of existing electrical infrastructure near two re-charger locations to accommodate future electric shuttle buses. Arora’s scope of work included a review of the existing electrical infrastructure in support of an electric bus charging station and support spaces which included electrical rooms with associated equipment and connections to the electrical grid/power company.
- Mechanical engineering services, including site investigation, data collection and collaboration with maintenance staff, culminating in a final report on existing plumbing conditions in Concourse B.
- Mechanical engineering services for Concourse E to follow, including site investigation, data collection and collaboration with maintenance staff, culminating in a final report on existing plumbing conditions in Concourse E.
- Plumbing assessment of Atlanta Airport facilities, concourses, parking decks and review of as-built drawings to allow the ATL Airport to bring its facilities in compliance with building codes and to improve operational efficiencies.