Albany International Airport Passenger Boarding Bridge
Foit-Albert Associates worked as a subconsultant on a project for the replacement of passenger boarding bridges (PBB) at Gates A4, B11 and C2 with new PBB, as well as rehabilitation of bridges A5, B5, B7, B8 and B10 at Albany International Airport.
Our scope of work (in conjunction with the Prime) was the development of a construction phasing plan which limits interference of the construction with airline operations and the development of the necessary plan drawings to depict the agreed upon phasing plan in the contract documents. Hazard markings, lighting and signage were shown on the plans as well as proper barricades inside the terminal area to protect passengers and airport personnel.
Also, Foit-Albert with assistance from Prime, developed a comprehensive safety management strategy that identified and mitigated the risk due to construction activity on the active airfield and inside the terminal for everyone including contractor personnel, passengers, construction inspectors, airport operations, and FAA personnel. The CSPP conforms to AC 150/5370-2.
Foit-Albert also performed Construction Administration services.