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Title: Lake Mathews Airport Study


1
Lake Mathews Airport Study
  • Created By
  • Beshay, John
  • Chow, Denise
  • Difilippo, Sean
  • Hoss, Sean
  • Medina, Marlon
  • Olson, Christina
  • Panek, Greg
  • Ramos, Ryan
  • Taylor, Kristin

2
Design Video
  • Satellite background image of site
  • All images are from design
  • Video flight path is design flight path

3
Insert Video
4
Objectives Master Plan
  • Greg Panek

5
What is General Aviation?
  • Definition
  • All Non-Military Non-Airline Flights
  • Benefits
  • 1 US GDP
  • 1.3 Million Jobs

6
Project Objectives
  • Initial Planning
  • Demand for Facility
  • Location of Facility
  • Master Plan
  • Airport Layout Plan
  • Environmental Assessment
  • Cost Analysis

7
Demand Estimation
  • Greg Panek

8
Area of Focus
9
Area of Focus
10
Inland Empire Airports System
  • 16 Existing Airports
  • Most Airports Constructed Prior to 1950
  • Most Recent Construction in 1989

11
Lake Mathews Service Area
12
Population
Airport Personnel
Airport Operations
?
?
13
Population Increase
  • 60 million Californians by mid-century
  • Riverside will become the second most populous
    county behind Los Angeles
  • Los Angeles Times July 10, 2007

14
Population Increase
  • Riverside County
  • 4.7 million by 2050
  • 203 increase
  • CA Dept. of Finance

15
Population Forecast
  • 30 cities in proposed service area
  • Census data 1990, 2000 2005
  • Each city had a population trend line
  • Population forecasts to 2028

16
Population Forecast
17
Population
Airport Personnel
Airport Operations
?
?
18
Types of Airport Personnel
  • Pilot
  • Certified Flying Instructor
  • Control Tower Operator
  • Flight Engineer
  • Ground Instructor
  • Mechanic
  • Rigger
  • Repairman

19
Current Airport Personnel
20
Airport Personnel Forecast
  • Current records from FAA
  • Population increaseAirport personnel increase

21
Population
Airport Personnel
Airport Operations
?
?
22
Present Day Operations in Region
Airport Operations
Corona Municipal 186
Riverside Municipal 285
Flabob 110
Perris Valley 94
Chino 436
Hemet-Ryan 207
French Valley 269
Total 1582
23
General Aviation Demand
Airport Operations
Lake Mathews 32
Corona Municipal 184
Riverside Municipal 278
Flabob 108
Perris Valley 92
Chino 421
Hemet-Ryan 202
French Valley 266
Total 1582
24
General Aviation Demand
1700 Total Operations
1969 Total Operations
25
20 Year Demand Projection
Lake Mathews Airport
2028 Ops/Day/Airport 13.0
2028 Operations per Day 271
2028 Aircraft Based 435
2028 Single Engine 336
2028 Multi Engine 46
26
Site Selection
  • Christina Olson

27
10 Selection Factors
  • Convenience to Users
  • Availability of Land
  • Design and Layout of the Airport
  • Airspace Obstructions
  • Engineering Factors
  • Social and Environmental Factors
  • Availability of Utilities
  • Atmospheric Conditions
  • Hazards Due to Birds
  • Coordination with other Airports

28
Three Proposed Sites
29
Proposed Site 1
30
Proposed Site 1
31
Proposed Site 2
32
Proposed Site 2
33
Proposed Site 3
34
Proposed Site 3
35
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36
Methodology
37
Airport Layout Plan
  • Sean Di Filippo

38
Airport Layout Plan
  • Runway Placement, Orientation, and Length
  • Taxiway Layout
  • Airport Marking, Lighting, and Signage

39
Runway Dimensions
  • Design Aircraft
  • Airport Elevation
  • Temperature
  • Adjacent Land

40
Wind Analysis
  • Historical Wind Data Collected From Weather
    Stations Surrounding Site
  • Data Compiled Into Single Wind Rose

41
Wind Rose Analysis
42
Terrain Analysis
43
Runway Profile
44
Final Wind Rose
Wind Coverage 10.5 Knot Crosswind Runway 9
84.06 Runway 27 95.14 Combined
96.16 Preferred Runway ________________ Runway
9 12.90 Runway 27 87.10
45
Runway Overview
Apron
46
Runway Summary
Layout Distance (ft)
Runway Length 4000
Runway Width 75
Runway Shoulder Width 10
Runway Blast Pad Width 95
Runway Blast Pad Length 150
Runway Safety Area Width 150
Runway Safety Area Length 300
Runway Object Free Area Width 500
Runway Object Free Area Length 300
47
Taxiway Layout
  • Acute Angled Exits

48
Taxiway Summary
Layout Distance (ft)
Taxiway Width 35
Taxiway Shoulder Width 10
Taxiway Safety Area Width 79
Taxiway Edge Safety Margin 7.5
49
Airport Markings
50
Airport Markings
51
Airport Lighting
52
Airport Signage
Runway
Taxiway D
Taxiway S
Apron
53
Airport Layout Plan
  • Marlon Medina

54
Facility Layout Plan
  • Facility includes
  • Hangers
  • Tiedowns
  • Transient aprons
  • Proposed Facilities
  • 50 transient aprons
  • 176 based airplanes
  • 2028 future facilities
  • 243 based airplanes

55
Airport Layout Plan
  • Landside
  • Terminal area plan
  • Structures
  • Parking
  • Signing and striping
  • Access roads
  • Signing and striping
  • Perimeter road

56
Terminal Area Plan
  • Structures
  • 12,000 sq. ft. terminal building
  • 4,200 sq. ft. F.B.O building
  • Parking
  • 173 total parking
  • 6 disabled parking
  • Geometric design
  • AASHTO Geometric Design of Highways and Streets
  • Signing and striping
  • California MUTCD
  • Caltrans 2006 Standard Plans

57
Access Road
  • Signing and Striping
  • California MUTCD 2006
  • Caltrans 2006 Standard Plans
  • Geometric Design
  • AASHTO Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and
    Streets

58
Perimeter Road
  • Fire and maintenance access
  • Based on Caltrans Highway Design Manual
  • Design speed
  • Width

59
Pavement
  • Kristin Taylor

60
Pavement Design Overview
  • Soil classification within the Lake Mathews
    project area
  • Flexible pavement design
  • Rigid pavement design
  • Final selection for pavement design

61
Soil Classification
Soil Types within project area Soil Types within project area Soil Types within project area Soil Types within project area Soil Types within project area
Engineering properties Engineering properties Engineering properties Engineering properties Engineering properties
Map Unit Depth (inch) USDA Texture Unified Class. CBR Value Assigned
CaD2 0-13 Fine sandy loam SM 20 - 40
  13-22 Loam, clay loam CL 5 -15
  22-62 Weathered bedrock --- ---
LaC 0-12 Loam CL, CL-ML 5-15
  12-32 Clay loam, clay CH, CL 3-5
  32-54 Weathered bedrock --- ---
ChD2 0-13 Fine sandy loam SM 20-40
  13-22 Loam, clay loam CL 5-15
  22-62 Weathered bedrock --- ---
Bfc 0-23 Clay   20-45
  32-36 Weathered bedrock   20-47
  • USDA classification of soils was found using Web
    Soil Survey v2.0.
  • CBR value was found using FAA standards.
  • A CBR value of four was selected.

62
Flexible Pavement Design
  • Due to the gross weight of our service aircraft
    (Less than12,500 pounds) our design was based on
    light weight aircraft criteria.
  • FAA specifies that no reduction in thickness
    should be made for noncritical areas of
    pavement (i.e. Apron).

63
Results of Flexible Pavement Design
Hot Mix Asphalt Surface Four inches
Structural Base Three inches
Subbase Nine inches
Subgrade Compaction 90 for Four to Eight inches
References Federal Aviation Administration AC
150-5320-6D, Chapter 5 Pavements for light
aircraft.
64
Flexible Pavement Detail
65
Rigid Pavement Design
  • Subbase Is required due to the soil type CH
    located within our runway.
  • Subgrade 90 compaction required for soil types
    found within our project site.
  • Jointing Not to exceed maximum spacing.

66
Results for Rigid Pavement Design
Portland Cement Concrete 5 inches
Subbase 5 inches
Subgrade 90 compaction
Joint spacing See Detail
67
Rigid Pavement Detail
68
Selection of Pavement
  • Flexible pavement was selected for the Lake
    Mathews Municipal Airport due to construction
    costs and timeline.

69
Grading
  • Kristin Taylor

70
Grading Plan Overview
  • Grading of runway and taxiway
  • Grading of non-critical areas
  • Final grading plan
  • Earthwork

71
Runway Taxiway Specifications
72
Runway Cross Section
73
Grading of Non-Critical Areas
  • Access Road 2 from the center line to the
    gutters on either side.
  • Perimeter Road 2 away from runway and taxiway.
  • Apron Design to allow surface flow of 1 away
    from the taxiway to the south edge of the apron
    area, where the water is treated.
  • Structures For buildings and other structures a
    2 grade for a minimum of 10 feet was used.

74
Final Grading Plan
Existing and proposed surfaces showing the
grading needed for site
75
Earthwork Quantities
Cut Cubic Yards Fill Cubic Yards Net Earthwork Cubic Yards
54,245 29,280 Cut 24,965
Summary Based on the designed grading plan a net
cut of 24,965 cubic yards will need to be removed
from the project site.
76
Airport Drainage
  • Sean Hoss

77
Drainage
  • Promotes safe and efficient operations
  • Handles airport surface runoff
  • Diverts runoff away from Lake Mathews
  • Two drainage areas
  • Runway handled by Volume Based drainage
  • Ramp area handled by Flow Based drainage
  • Based on Riverside County Flood Control District
    BMP Handbook

78
Runway Runoff
  • Corrugated steel pipe
  • Slope 0.005
  • Di 15, Df 24
  • Inlets at 400 feet or less
  • Water quality inlet
  • Ponding
  • Rainfall gt 0.85 in/hr
  • 10 acre-ft storage
  • Outfall
  • Extended detention basin

79
Ramp Runoff
  • Filter strip (turf grass)
  • 15 depth
  • Wide as the ramp
  • Removes pollutants and sediment
  • Infiltration trench
  • Aggregate 1-3
  • 48 hr drawdown
  • Overflow pipe to detention basin

Source RCFCD BMP Handbook
80
Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Denise Chow

81
Environmental Noise Impact
  • Environmental Concerns
  • With restrictions in time, we will concentrate on
    noise impact
  • INM Integrated Noise Model
  • FAA approved Airport Noise Exposure Map
  • Noise contours generated with real-time values
    and coordinates
  • General allowable threshold
  • FAA (Advisory Circular) 65 dB
  • 7 different thresholds of noise level

82
Noise Assessment Data
Airport Location Runway Position Aircraft Models
Lat 33.79805 Length 4000 ft Group A-II
Long -117.375828 Width 75 ft DHC6 Dash 6
Elevation 2080 Runway 9 Group B-II
Annual Operations 97000 33.799133 -117.382283 FAL20 Falcon20
Daily Operations 271 Runway 27 Helicopter
33.796964 -117.369375 B206L Bell 206L Long Ranger
83
Importing Supplemental Data
  • CAD graphics
  • Airport runway layout
  • AutoCAD DXF file for graphic enhancement
  • Terrain data
  • Topographic map overlay
  • Signify elevation affecting noise propagation
  • Street census
  • Streets, highways, hydrographic features, civil
    boundaries
  • Overlays street map data
  • Population census
  • Population points
  • Enables visual inspection of sound impact on
    neighboring residents

84
Integrated Noise Model
85
Integrated Noise Model
86
Integrated Noise Model
87
Integrated Noise Model
88
Integrated Noise Model
89
Outcome
  • Viable source for current and future noise
    predictions generated by Lake Matthews Airport
    (LMA) and its components
  • Ensure LMA from causing unwanted noise around
    neighboring communities
  • Homes, schools, businesses
  • Easement required

dB Level Population Acres
55.0 894 4113.5
60.0 529 2158.3
65.0 194 913.9
70.0 15 155.4
75.0 0 40.1
80.0 0 10.5
85.0 0 3.1
90
Sound Decibel Threshold
  • 65 dB Threshold
  • Not designated under Federal, State, or local law
  • Responsibility for permissible land use remains
    with local authorities
  • Sound proofing packages

91
Cost Estimate
  • Ryan Ramos

92
Cost Estimate
  • 2006 RSMeans Building Construction Cost Data
  • Discrepancy in price values between 2006 and
    present

93
Airport Cost
Pavement 10,155,726
Earthwork 2,349,183
Striping 207,224
Airport Structures 7,652,721
Landscape 68,079
Airport Signage 41,500
Airport Fencing 835,380
Drainage 952,992
Sound wall 582,977
Total 23,568,125
94
Airport Contingency Plan
  • 20 Conceptual Stage
  • 5 Economic Factors
  • 4 Utilities
  • 1 Permits
  • Total Cost 30 Contingency
  • ? 23,568,125 7,070,437 30,638,562

95
Lake Mathews Airport
  • Aviation demand levels deemed an additional
    airport necessary
  • Selection of an appropriate site location
  • Successful completion of the Master Plan
  • Design and layout
  • Environmental noise impact
  • Cost analysis

96
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