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02/16/2022 - Agenda ,. Sit IMIERHAIIUAL Advisory Board Meeting February i6, 2022 Agenda SLC INTERNATFINAL Advisory Board Meeting February 16, 2022 Pursuant to City Code 2.14.o6o(A) and Utah Code section 52-4-207(2),the Airport Advisory Board adopted a rule permitting electronic meetings for this Board, regardless of whether a quorum is present at an anchor location, so long as such meetings comply with the Open and Public Meetings Act. To access the meeting please visit: https://saltlakecity.webex.com/saltlakecity/onstage/g.php?MTID=ef18d7fb98f26f7aa6b41124a67e9e2d3 SLC INTERMATIONAI ADVISORY BOARD MEETING AGENDA 16 February 2022 8:00 A.M. CONSENT A. Minutes of the 19 January 20221 Meeting DISCUSSION A. Director's Report — Bill Wyatt, Executive Director, SLCDA B. Airport Redevelopment Program (ARP) Update — Mike Williams, ARP Director, SLCDA C. U42 (SVA) and TVY Master Plans — Peter Maiman, RS&H INFORMATION ITEMS Financial Report — December 2021 Air Traffic Statistics — December 2021 Construction Report — February 2022 MEDIA CLIPPINGS Media Clippings — February 2022 The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 16, 2022, at 8:00 a.m. Meetings are usually held in the Board Room, located on the third level of the airport terminal and via Web-ex unless otherwise posted. People with disabilities may make requests for reasonable accommodations no later than 48 hours in advance in order to attend this Airport Advisory Board Meeting. Accommodations may include alternate formats, interpreters, and other auxiliary aids. This is an accessible facility. For questions or additional information, please contact Tina Nee at 801-575-2042. ipb..,,•••b S INC INTERNATIONAL Advisory Board Meeting February i6, 2022 Minutes SALT LAKE CITY DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS MINUTES OF ADVISORY BOARD MEETING January 19, 2022 Members Present: Steve Price, Chair Cyndy Miller Larry Pinnock Arlyn Bradshaw Roger Boyer Dirk Burton City Council: Victoria Petro-Eschler Department of Airports: Bill Wyatt, Executive Director Tina Nee, Administration Treber Anderson, Acting Director of Operations Ed Cherry, Director of IT Ed Clayson, Director of Maintenance Shane Andreasen, Director Admin and Commercial Services Medardo Gomez, ORAT Director Brady Fredrickson, Director of Planning and Environmental Pete Higgins, Chief Operations Officer Mike Williams, ARP Program Director Stefhan Bennett, SLC Police Captain Rick Stratton, SLCFD Battalion Chief Nancy Volmer, Communication and Marketing Director Catherine Brabson, City Attorney Megan DePaulis, City Attorney Nate Lavin, Communication and Marketing Other: Andrew Scanlon, Kimley-Horn Paul Coates, City of West Jordan Brian Bangerter, HNTB Andy C Shawn Milne, Tooele County David Chipman Jurphy Murphy Jeremy Harris, KUTV Jim Lohse, FFKR Steve Price called the meeting, held via Web-Ex to order at 8:06 a.m. AGENDA A. Minutes Airport Advisory Board Meeting Minutes 19 January 2022 A motion was made by Cyndy Miller and seconded by Larry Pinnock to approve the minutes of November 17, 2021 as presented. All votes were affirmative; motion passed. B. Director's Report Bill Wyatt, Executive Director, updated the Airport Advisory Board regarding current events. Larry Pinnock ask what the airport exposure is regarding the 5G upgrade. Bill Wyatt explained the FAA has information they cannot share, and we don't know where the towers are. SLC has exception due to towers not being close enough. C. Airport Redevelopment Program (ARP) Update—Mike Williams,ARP Director, SLCDA Mike Williams, Airport Redevelopment Program (ARP) Director, presented an update on the ARP (presentation on file). Main points included were: • Project statistics • Safety and Schedule Stats, and Cost Summary • Project statistics • CGMP #5 —Terminal/South Concourse West/Gateway status • CGMP #6—Roadways/Parking Garage/Central Utility Plant status • CGMP #7—Baggage Handling System status • CGMP #9A—SCW Apron Paving and Hydrant Fueling status • CGMP #16—NCP Phase 1 • CGMP #17—NCP Baggage Handling System Phases 1 &2 status • CGMP #18—NCP Apron Paving/Hydrant Fueling • Tracking Budget • Job progress photos Roger Boyer inquired if the tunnel could be completed earlier. Mike Williams explained even though the tunnel will be completed earlier, the B-Node connecting the tunnel to B Concourse will not be. The team is always looking for way to shave time. Larry Pinnock asked what method of moving passengers the tunnel will have. Mike Williams said currently, moving walkways. Bill Wyatt added the team is studying a more robust people mover using electric vehicles. A train is years out as it was not intended until C Concourse was built. The supporting infrastructure is not in place and is not feasible at this time. 2 Airport Advisory Board Meeting Minutes 19 January 2022 D. Winter Operations—Treber Andersen,Director of Operations and Dusty Bills, Assistant Maintenance Director Treber Andersen, Director of Operations and Dusty Bills, Assistant Maintenance Director, presented Winter Operations (presentation on file). Main points included were: • Average Snowfall in Inches • Annual Snowfall in Salt Lake City • Snow and Ice Control Plan • Airport Snow Removal Areas • Snow Removal Team • Airfield Snow and Ice Removal Equipment • Landside Snow and Ice Removal • Snow Operations—Behind the Scenes Larry Pinnock completed the crew and stated how well choreographed the system is. E. Elections of Board Chair and Vice-Chair Steve Price called for a motion for a vote by acclamation of the nomination of Steve Price as Airport Advisory Board Chair and for Theresa Foxley as Vice Chair. All votes were affirmative. Steve Price adjourned the meeting at 9:30 a.m. Steve Price, Chair Date Erin Mendenhall, Mayor Date 3 SLC INTERNATIONAL Advisory Board Meeting February i6, 2022 Discussion Items AGENDA: DISCUSSION ITEM (A) DATE: 16 February 2022 TO: Airport Advisory Board FROM: Bill Wyatt, Executive Director SUBJECT: Executive Director's Report Bill Wyatt will present a monthly informational report to the Board, which may include: 1. ARP progress 2. Ground transportation update 3. Concessions and rental cars 4. Airport safety and security 5. Airport facilities and operations 6. General aviation 7. Passenger and airport users 8. Environmental matters 9. Financial condition 10. Legislative issues 11. Airlines 12. Communications and marketing AGENDA: DISCUSSION ITEM (B) DATE: 16 February 2022 TO: Airport Advisory Board FROM: Bill Wyatt, Executive Director SUBJECT: Airport Redevelopment Program Update Mike Williams, Airport Redevelopment Program (ARP) Director, will present an update on the SLC Airport Redevelopment Program (presentation on file). y # NW • • • • • • rtr - ._ - '-... „'fir_. -.5 t ..-40441„ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ ___ _ ._ -. e.yrilioi 1 .1 1 , ,... i-''''''.7.-"'"+iiiiii,litie,r. ---7----- 7.777r -.-.li ff.'... %M. L i , ........_________ Aim_ , I _______ _. 1 t........7.._ . ...- 6.1- - r -. . . - _______ -,. .. ,,_. . . . -- A . &Ili gv"----- 4111.---, .., . ... . 1 . • iv; .,__, si .. I Am. . ..,- ,,. sir.. v • LopmEN o /---.sino.-- ' '.' . -• _- I _. -v Q �,t 02/16/2022 � _ „,; I � I OM 1. --„,-\i,.. _ - 1 s ♦ I ter I = _.• . rr... -00.r.-.4.0, IP . ...... • • tiff•• ♦ ,`-• .� _a. • r • '� / - +,' fir- • l - - • " • 6....' x• �_ ii' c: • _Ii.... �'A4:ic 'rnf ,. -d `a. , , Safety and ScheduleSLC k ,Safety Statistics MI IP Numbers for the Current Month }, - OSHA National Ayzage - - - - - Lost Time Rare1 .80 Recordable Rate 3.10 - - in - HDJV Metrics - 9,119,311 Total Trade Hours worked - Lost Time Rate 0.24 Recordable Rate 2.30 w.. Numbers for the Program Overall - - ARP Metrics (HDJV+AOJV) - _ _ *Alit:. fI. ` y - i.. - 11 ,280,345 Total Trade Hours worked F. I -* # ; miN edule Stag C 'tical Path - iii AI i ' # lip ' i � ' i t 1 _ • ntinua ion - oncourse ' ' r a �; `- . ' • • kIL - { _ rr - ri-�� -- G "� '�1 { F'� ... ' + '- �' f - Continuation of Concourse A' E Ov rhea MErt ations • - L - Completion of Taxiway T 01 Concrete Paving %mei ' , - rokiliAL- `- - - I . , ,� I, , - . - Start of P-154 Base Installation & Grading over the Central Tunnel - Overall Program is on schedule ,..... ., Near Term Schedule Milestones SLC Target Date Current Date Description N ingl I' pip-' ' art . + f 02/04/22 Started Central Tunnel - Start Interior Platform Concrete In U . 02/14/22 02/14/22 Concourse B East - Start Site Utilities 02/28/22 03/01/22 Concourse A East - Area C Dry-in 03/02/22 03/07/22 Concourse A East - Area A Level 2 Start Drywall #� 03/14/22 03/14/22 Taxiway G South - Punchlist - ail' - - - - I • i ivAdA. _ - t. 'II 1 A 1 :14:01•6.i.,64. 03/16/22 I 03/16/22 Taxilane 2E - Turn-over Tunnel Area to Airfield Construction _ 91 - ~t' - -I -• I ,{' 1 03/31/22 03/31/22 1Concourse A East - Start Communications Backbone hidt • . 04/01/22 04/06/22 Concourse A East - Area A Level 2 Start Terrazzo Floor Prep - - - T - 04/01/22 04/06/22 Concourse A East - Area B Level 2 Start Drywall 1111111111111111111 04/14/22 1 04/14/22 Concourse B East - Start Stone Columns __ Airport Redevelopment Program Overall Budget ._..... ...„„„„„„„„,..........._ I_ _ - ... Construction Budget Budget Committed Commitments *Pending Revised Earned Estimate at January 2022 1/27/22 FOC Dec-21 Jan-22i Commitments Commitments to Date Completion 1111.E.rClosed TRP CGMPs 1,2,2A-2D,3,4,9,09A,12 $393,627,262 $400,284,798 ($6,657,536) $0 $393,627,262 $398,626,888 $393,627,262 r` Closed NCP CGMPs 13,14,15,16, 17,18i 19 _$487,852,444 $487,552,444 $0 $0 $487,852,444 • $487,852,444 $487,852,444 : CGMP2E,F&H CMARGeneralConditions/Services $1�7�i�170 17 $0 — $0 - $100,410,170 $22,581 $107,642,170 = rt. i. u7 U . CGMP05 Terminal/SCW/Gateway $1,042,104,411 i $1,042,870,036 ($565,625) - $0 $1,042,104,411 $1,042,104,411 $1 2,104,411 CGMP 06 Parking Garage, Roadways, CUP $403,477,666 $405,856,439 $0 ($2,378,773) $403,477,666 $401,083,055 $403,477,666 CGMP 07 TRP Baggage Handling System 1 $96,289,987 + $96,288,987 $0 $0 $96,289,987 $96,289,87 $96,289,987 CGMP 10 South Concourse East/Tumid Mai $540,188,144 $540,188,144 $0 $0 $540,188,144 $251,762,463 $540,188,144 CGMP 11, 11 A & 11 B Apron Paving& $274428,128 $203,341,893 $O $O $203,341,893 $95,4 86,005 $275,423,126 lrl CGMP 19A Phase 3 NCP/Tunnel Build $332,870,248 $332,870,248 $0 $O $332,870,248 $2,235,556 $331,870,248 • CGMP 20 =PPM=2 Airfield Paving&Jet Fuel, $77,645,774 $77,645,774 $0 $O $77,645,774 $541,127 $77,645,774 otal Program Construction $3,757,12 $3,687,409,933 ($7,223,161) - ,773) $3,677,807,999 $2,793,563,710 $3,757,121,232 0 9-4 I 1RP r Procurement / `' SiS Tin $5,335,714 $0 $0 ■ $5,335,714 $4,808,421 $5,465,472 ii— - - I NCP Owner Procurement •+11 • $2,1155,266 $2,655,266 $0 " $0 $2,655,266 $1,860,182 $2,655,266 R SecurityCheckpai '~ $11,751,472 $O + - 1 •_ Li' $0 $11,751,472 $7,848,061 $12,751,472 * r � r, _ r ,7 Automated Secu _ - - ,000 $0 _ $0 ' 0 $0 7-.. :.':, ' T I . "r i I fel. 8 t� r TRP Soft Cost $3 A65 t $1 _ ._ _ ,155,560 $288,006,903 $379,256,065 - �-f - - NCP Soft Cost L. , 85,5' - • $128,632r41 $ ', �_, , •a y$128,657 08 $99,047,910 $185,593,794 ' �- . i. r_ . 4 r — II • , , ,- • +9p- •' Total Pry • . • ,0M $455,097,676 $` - ' i $456,550,320 $401,571,477 $586,394,069 - Jam' I 14 CGMP 2G CMAR Preconstruction Phase 4 • *' 1 t14,757 ■ $1414,757 $0 $1,414,757 $302,760 $1,414,757 �� 1 , • i I LL • CI: �� lb a 9 4 NCP Soft Cost Phase 4 * x $15,840,094 $15,840,094 $0 $0 $15,840,094 $1,278,052 $15,840,094 ._' . 1*_ ^� , Total Phase 4 Planning Cost $17,254,851 $17,254,851 $0 $0 $17,254,851 $1,580,812 $17,254,851 TRP Owner Reserve $40,035,245 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $40,035,245 NCP Owner Reserve $51,167,665 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $51,167,665 - -- - Total Program Owner Reserve $91,202,910 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $91,202,910 NNW Total ARP Program Budget $4,451,973,062 $4,159,762,460 ($5,770,517) ($2,378,773) $4,151,613,170 $3,196,716,000 $4,451,973,062 *Pending Commitment for Final/Closeout Revision to CGMP 6 will reduce the CGMP 6 commitment to the 09/02/21 Budget ,...... ., Project Statistics Update SLC.,...___ TRP/NCP Trade Staffing _ - Trade Workers 658 (02/04/2022) - - 11 ,280,345 Hours Worked as of 01/31/2022 _ _ :7-44 U . Contract Local/Non-Local Awarded Statistics Local Trades Dollar Value Trade Count Percentage — , Lii Total Local (Wasatch Front) Contractors $1,538,140,821 142 66.49% Milk I ' Total Out of State Contract•.• - _ $775,133,467 ,- 36 33.51% `*` - : NEW w _. ._ 1W4101.11i6, Total Contract Award ft- ter' illiM $2,313,274,288 178 100.00% _ „I. ..4:100-6,). i-,4•-•,.:A:e lit.' ..miEllil - - AI . . _ AIME F.77-11!_ "t1salINIMI - -- 141.6- Contract Union/Merit Shop Awarded Statistics _ ; , i 4. Union Trades _-F ,. Dollar Value Trade Count Percentage -- - , i i91,, .1s47r!- 11=- Fa7 ._, _. I — Total Union Contractors $771 ,349,699 43 33.34% - �- _- - Total Merit Shop Contractors $1,541 ,924,589 135 66.66% Total Contract Awards $2,313,274,288 178 100.00% , , ,.....,, Concourse 'A' East/ Central Tunnel/Airfield SLC k .: 1,, Central Tunnel Concrete Structure • Concrete Mat (Bottom) Slab Concrete Placement Complete �; "� `�"M' '� . , • Lid Concrete Placemenete in Main Tunnel - " ° • Wall Waterproofing and Pro ection Board Continuing • Wall and Lid B - y f ' II Progressing - - 1 oncourse 'A' - _____ _, ,__ , . r •-•-:04,-,- -4;r: -0. , -t- , r7 .., .,„ --,..i — Mechanical, Elec r �cal,�d Plum • fig- Rou • h-i - - rogressing � , �. . _ , Ipi-A*1i = ggage-*Indlin . stem Conveyorrnscallat.on Coninujn • ,, ,, u�� a. •tom .. pray-on lnsulationnd 'Fire ProofirI -' tinuing � ;,I,. � � � xterior Studs, She - - - ;: g and iäp . __III '_ _ : - r Progressin • , �I _ I ; ii- �i Exterior Curt - I- . T,Yr= ' � nstallation Continui . 4 #• :-1 ��_ '-� Moving Walk Installation Continuing ,` _ lectrical and Telecom Priority Room Construc ion Progressing y Concourse 'A' East/ Central Tunnel/Airfield sLc _ k ,,,,,.1 _ _____ Airfield , • Site Utilities Progressing ' . . f • Utility Tie-in at Concoursè 'A' East Complete •- lri IIII • Hydrant Fuel System Pipe and Fuel Vault Installation Progressing . , Li •, Airfield Trench . ,__ at East Side of Concourse 'A' East Cont. ri .'WV I, 1 , ._,. d . i ,..' . . - 4 ..9.10. F. 16. �� — JIB F I i e -'. ilir ff.* # - w , I- ii 1 1: 11 li , WI. • 1.1.0 tiii.0.14-1 r..16.40Lt4r.° W . -d a JI , - P I I D 1 f . -Jf {"' - 'I .� , L i 1, '� +w E'I - , 0 " .' ' IIMIN.4.4 11% .- • . 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Facilities Working Paper Implementation Plan seven Airport Layout Plan CIP We are • Set Airport Layout Plan&Exhibit A FAA here Review 1 Study Doc. A ,a Master Plan Working Group Meetings&Public Communication Program * a,ur O O * 0 i • 11111 • IS Visioning Exercise — Hybrid Virtual/In - Person ri._ TOOELE VALLEY AIRPORT VISIONING . 0.°"'"`""' SOUTH VALLEY REGIONAL AIRPORT VISIONING mnes.Falcon 50. strength for as Rurmay ..�....,..w.....,Walmart Lear-more ops,jet ..m....m ..........e .....moreet ve'en Waft J.A ops etcappn w rycoo P P m.leAM Ore a Kraft a retlwaY m park ng Iu.el n onal a*'O_downna..,..., a a •...,.t'L'oe rampHangers n mPonooemems °'° .,,,,r,...e« _w_ _ 1I .._,yj.•,. f+Jet focusedI ;-.�� .w \nw.eK .p.wb. ad.r.. deyyppp� wOft n nmcpnnaewr oo at,e J. i1' eu.s Om e .;.• anion .. - swwum.wrnwrn "m.,r..rr,wniww "�" __ me n;ene;o e. rlcommun a growing � y'.1 w nmoW 'Mill nvm uceuU of �� Mee3;ac, "�eM.E9 �kl3� 9 IS o.r.o� re vM ea b4ro�I p Ueve7 do wl rver,su..s Tr�a ����'T31118 Evan'7„ ro Y w pe ex. ,00d ern cu Y.yde ape POPUWnon 11 iMMMIMM eta-Magaa.i Henan rd ge . z. e. r mry r ro na . aMmb .s.ra mate aB �U. y ... are 9ei rc ra RSs�N �� �� ma�ea�roeo _..nma enaero '+o."°'*e g '• gene were On oewnom asps., VeMe pertem _.__...__ wu AM U42 Stakeholder Visioning Comments Ruff » More tie-downs and hangars » Deicing for corporate aircraft » Fuel farm enhancements (self-fuel and capacity) » Land use & development to make U42 profitable (East Side development) » Update zoning and airport overlay to protect airport » Evaluate runway for optimization (length and airspace) » Next-Gen readiness (electrification) » Continued efforts to be a "good neighbor" (soccer fields, noise) » Amenities (museum, stem facility, restaurant, hotel etc.) TVY Stakeholder Visioning Comments Ruff » Utilities are needed for growth (water, sewer, fiber, and power upgrades) » Additional vehicle parking » Improved jet facilities (apron space, runway strength, Jet A fuel, FBO) » Additional radar coverage to support growth » Facility for flight training businesses to operate » Roadway improvements (Erda Way, north access, realign airport road) » Land acquisition » Community compatibility (overlay zone, economic development) GA Tenant Survey - 195 Total Responses Validated Responses Overview 57 76 Own/lease at Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) Own/lease at South Valley Regional Airport (U42) 9 53 Own/lease at Tooele Valley Regional Airport (TVY) Not a tenant with Salt Lake Department of Airports (S LC DA) SLC — 57 Tenant Responses 0 60 Tie-down tenants 4 50 8 40 — 11141— Hangar tenants 30 20 Tenants with both a 10 6T tie-down and hangar 0 Tie-down(s) Hangar(s) Both Lease from Tenants with hangar(s) FBO Iffil an FBO lease and tie- down(s) SLC Tenant Responses Potential Demand 57 U42 46 Responses nar Iyar 5 40 TVY 3 Willing to relocate Hangars SALT LAKE CITY(SLC) / / L / I / U42 — 76 Tenant Responses 0 60 Tie-Down tenants 50 50 40 Hangar tenants 30 20 19 Tenants with both a 10 tie-down and hangar 3 4 0 Tie-down(s) Hangar(s) Both Lease from Tenants with hangar(s) FBO 1151 an FBO lease and tie- down(s) SOUTH VALLEY(U42) U42 Tenant Responses 76 Potential Demand Responses 54 32 Hangars Want a hangar SOUTH VALLEY(U42) TVY — 9 Tenant Responses 9 Tie-Down tenants 8 8 7 6 Hangar tenants 5 4 3 2 Tenants with both a 1 tie-down and hangar 1 0 � Tie-down(s) Hangar(s) Both hangar(s) and tie-down(s) TOOELE VALLEY(TVY) J I- / TVY Tenant Responses Potential Demand 8 U42 3 Responses Hangars 7 TVY 5 Want a hangar(s) Hangars / / TOOELE VALLEY(TVY) / / / 53 Non -Tenant Responses 30 Waiting list with an aircraft 26 25 20 4., 1114 15 Waiting list with no aircraft 15 12 10 5 ik) Not on a waiting list 0 Waiting list with Waiting list with Not on a waiting an aircraft no aircraft list NON-TENANT Non -Tenant Respondents Potential Demand for U42 Hangars 40 30 21 20 11 10 4 ■ 4 U42 0 53 hangars Small T-Hangar Large T-Hangar Small Individual Large Individual Box Hangar Box Hangar Potential Demand for TVY Hangars Number of 3 z 2 1 1 1 1 responses 5 1 . . I M 0 TVY Small T- Large T- Small Large Other Hangar Hangar Individual Individual hangars Box Hangar Box Hangar NON-TENANT U42 Potential Demand by Hangar Type 140 123 120 100 1 30 80 Total Surveyed 60 Potential Demand 40 32 for Hangars at U42 20 18 . I 7 Small T- Large T- Small Large Small Large Lease from Other Hangar Hangar Individual Individual Corporate Corporate FBO Box Hangar Box Hangar Hangar Hangar TVY Potential Demand by Hangar Type 6 6 1 3 5 5 4 Total Surveyed 3 Potential Demand 2 for Hangars at TVY 1 1 1 0 Small T- Large T- Small Large Small Large Lease from Other Hangar Hangar Individual Individual Corporate Corporate FBO Box Hangar Box Hangar Hangar Hangar Deposits by Airport Responses for Hangars at U42 Responses for Hangars at TVY 90 82 90 80 I 80 70 70 60 60 50 50 40 40 30 30 20 10 8 10 10 10 11 0 - - 0 ■ 1 1 0 $2,000 $1,000 $500 $0 $2,000 $1,000 $500 $0 U42 Based Aircraft Projections Single- Multi- Year Jet Helicopter Total Engine Engine Inventory 190 12 1 3 206 Demand Survey Results Plus 130 Hangars ( 1 AC/Hangar) 336 Scenario 1 +5 years 282 22 1 8 313 Scenario 1 +20 years 294 39 2 10 345 Scenario 2 +5 years 243 15 1 6 265 Scenario 2 +20 years 261 27 2 10 300 Data from survey validates GA Strategy Plan scenarios TVY Based Aircraft Projections Single- Multi- Year Jet Helicopter Total Engine Engine Inventory 20 0 0 0 20 Demand Survey Results Plus 13 Hangars ( 1 AC/Hangar) 33 Scenario 1 +5 years 28 2 0 0 30 Scenario 1 +20 years 33 4 1 0 38 Scenario 2 +5 years 20 1 0 0 21 Scenario 2 +20 years 26 2 1 0 29 Data from survey validates GA Strategy Plan scenarios Conclusions • • GA Strategy Plan scenarios validated 4 • Demand for hangars is present and strong at U42 and TVY Next Steps » Finalize Forecast of Aviation Demand — Incorporate findings of GA Tenant Survey » Facility Requirements » Continue special emphasis studies — Airport GIS — Minimum standards — Utilities — Airspace » PAC/TAC/GASAC/Working group in person meetings — March/April timeframe ANY QUESTIONS? 11111 DEPARTMENT Of RS&H AIRPORTS ipb..,,•••b S INC INTERNATIONAL Advisory Board Meeting February i6, 2022 Information SALT LAKE CITY DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS (An Enterprise Fund of Salt Lake City Corporation) Statements of Net Position (Unaudited) (Amounts in Thousands) As of December 31, 2021 2020 ASSETS Current Assets Cash and cash equivalents $ 311,328 $ 71,096 Restricted cash and cash equivalents 473,256 30,791 Restricted investments 30,290 21,021 Airline and rental fees receivable 28,195 22,771 Loans receivable 7,347 5,440 Other assets 7,153 (1,660) Total current assets 857,569 149,459 Noncurrent Assets Restricted cash and cash equivalents 186,250 112,969 Restricted investments 129,956 61,040 Investments 1 921 Loans receivable 31,895 28,238 Other assets 2,948 877 Total noncurrent assets and investments 351,050 204,045 Capital assets Land 111,696 111,696 Building and improvements 3,445,892 1,419,993 Equipment 341,458 169,490 Construction in progress 526,871 2,669,135 Total capital assets-at cost 4,425,917 4,370,314 Less accumulated depreciation 912,430 1,109,403 Net capital assets 3,513,487 3,260,911 Total noncurrent assets 3,864,537 3,464,956 Total Assets 4,722,106 3,614,415 Deferred Outflows of Resources 4,413 4,521 Total Assets and Deferred Ouflows of Resources $ 4,726,519 $ 3,618,936 SALT LAKE CITY DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS (An Enterprise Fund of Salt Lake City Corporation) Statements of Net Position (Unaudited) (Amounts in Thousands) As of December 31, 2021 2020 LIABILITIES Current Liabilities Accounts payable $ 29,865 $ 4,448 Accrued compensation 2,067 1,625 Interest payable 63,899 46,389 Other accrued liabilities 17,864 46,934 Current bonds payable 20,345 - Total current liabilities 134,040 99,396 Noncurrent Liabilities Revenue bonds payable 3,149,935 2,036,540 Noncurrent compensation liability 4,360 3,801 Net pension liability 1,152 8,431 Other accrued liabilities 24,114 50,033 Total noncurrent liabilities 3,179,561 2,098,805 Total Liabilities 3,313,601 2,198,201 Deferred Inflows of Resources Deferred inflows-revenue collected in advance 6,592 5,897 Deferred inflows-pension 8,944 4,993 Total Deferred Inflows of Resources 15,536 10,890 NET POSITION Net investment in capital assets 1,125,777 1,393,893 Restricted for Capital projects 37,185 56,286 Debt service 323,659 176,227 Unrestricted (89,239) (216,561) Net Position 1,397,382 1,409,845 Total Liabilities,Deferred Inflows of Resources,and Net Position $ 4,726,519 $ 3,618,936 SALT LAKE CITY DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS (An Enterprise fund of Salt Lake City Corporation) Statements of Revenues,Expenses, and Changes in Fund Net Position(Unaudited) (Amounts in Thousands) for the Six month period ended December, 2021 2020 Operating Revenues Airline revenue $ 82,662 $ 56,410 Terminal concessions 11,210 3,393 Landside concessions 43,384 17,204 Lease revenue 4,596 3,505 General aviation 1,602 1,465 State aviation tax 1,531 521 Other revenue 2,660 2,443 Operating revenues 147,645 84,941 Less airline revenue sharing (6,759) (2,870) Total operating revenues 140,886 82,071 Operating Expenses Salaries and benefits 27,469 25,559 Materials and supplies 5,546 3,378 Maintenance contracts 7,906 4,946 Charges and services 12,514 11,219 Utilities 2,877 2,028 Inter-governmental 8,512 7,449 Other expenses 3,201 2,912 Total operating expenses before depreciation 68,025 57,491 Operating Income Before Depreciation 72,861 24,580 Depreciation Expense 98,435 28,649 Operating Loss (25,574) (4,069) Non-Operating Revenues(Expenses) Passenger facility charges 24,320 10,942 Customer facility charges 6,006 3,005 Interest income 1,080 781 Interest expense (61,174) (48,778) Bond issuance costs (4,150) - Contribution of capital assets 239 - Other revenue(expenses),net 3,888 (36) Net non-operating loss (29,791) (34,086) Capital Contributions Contributions and grants 36,525 17,428 Total capital contributions 36,525 17,428 Net Position Decrease in net position (18,841) (20,727) Net Position,beginning of period 1,416,222 1,430,572 Net Position,end of period $ 1,397,382 $ 1,409,845 SALT LAKE CITY DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS (An Enterprise fund of Salt Lake City Corporation) OPERATING REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES TO BUDGET(Unaudited) (Amounts in Thousands) Jul 2021-Dec 2021 Jul 2021-Dec 2021 SURPLUS/ PERCENT ACTUALS BUDGET DEFICIT CHANGE Revenues Landing Fees $ 32,086 $ 28,600 $ 3,486 12.2% Fuel Farm 1,028 900 128 14.2% Aircraft Remain Overnight Fees 260 227 33 14.5% Cargo Bldg.&Ramp Use Fee 863 888 (25) -2.8% Security Charges to TSA 142 170 (28) -16.7% Extraordinary Service Charges 28 27 1 5.4% Passenger Boarding Bridges 756 872 (116) -13.3% Tenant Telephone Fees 30 31 (1) -2.0% Terminal Rents 46,998 47,401 (403) -0.8% General Aviation Hangars 566 599 (33) -5.5% FBO Hangars/Fuel Oil Royalty 325 272 53 19.4% Flight Kitchens 1,059 676 383 56.7% Other Buildings&Office Space 2,908 2,953 (45) -1.5% Food Service&Vending 6,809 4,841 1,968 40.7% News/Gift Shop 4,076 2,441 1,635 67.0% Car Rental 17,238 13,256 3,982 30.0% Leased Site Areas 2,227 1,940 287 14.8% Auto Parking/Ground Transportation 26,122 16,084 10,038 62.4% Advertising 326 125 201 160.7% State Aviation Fuel Tax 1,531 990 541 54.7% Military 100 78 22 27.5% Glycol Recycling Sales 158 120 38 32.0% Auxiliary Airport Fuel Sales 711 665 46 7.0% Other 1,298 1,268 30 2.3% Less:Airline Revenue Sharing (6,759) (1,188) (5,571) 468.82% Total Operating Revenues 140,886 124,236 16,650 13.4% Expenses Salary&Wages 19,239 20,295 1,056 5.2% Employee Benefits 8,823 9,035 212 2.4% Maintenance Supplies 3,290 4,281 991 23.1% Automotive Supplies 1,647 2,001 354 17.7% Other Supplies 609 1,200 591 49.2% Insurance Premiums 2,539 1,972 (567) -28.7% Janitorial Service 5,051 7,103 2,052 28.9% Maintenance Contracts 2,856 3,738 882 23.6% Other Contractual Services 5,320 8,064 2,744 34.0% Professional&Tech Services 7,194 11,751 4,557 38.8% Utilities 2,877 3,768 891 23.6% Administrative Service Fee 1,318 766 (552) -72.0% Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting 2,920 2,920 - 0.0% Police Services 4,275 4,275 0 0.0% Other Expenses 663 1,174 511 43.5% Contingency Reserve - 500 500 100.0% Operating Expenses Before Capitalized Salaries 68,621 82,843 14,222 17.2% Capitalized Salaries 596 596 - 0.0% Total Operating Expenses 68,025 82,247 14,222 17.3% Operating Income $ 72,861 $ 41,989 $ 30,872 73.5% SALT LAKE CITY DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS (An Enterprise fund of Salt Lake City Corporation) OPERATING REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES TO PRIOR YEAR(Unaudited) (Amounts in Thousands) DOLLAR PERCENT Jul 2021-Dec 2021 Jul 2020-Dec 2020 CHANGE CHANGE Revenues Landing Fees $ 32,086 $ 24,058 $ 8,028 33.4% Fuel Farm 1,028 397 631 159.1% Aircraft Remain Overnight Fees 260 227 33 14.5% Cargo Bldg.&Ramp Use Fee 863 869 (6) -0.7% Security Charges to TSA 142 378 (236) -62.6% Extraordinary Service Charges 28 71 (43) -60.7% Passenger Boarding Bridges 756 665 91 13.7% Tenant Telephone Fees 30 80 (50) -61.9% Terminal Rents 46,998 28,353 18,645 65.8% General Aviation Hangars 566 621 (55) -8.9% FBO Hangars/Fuel Oil Royalty 325 254 71 27.8% Flight Kitchens 1,059 468 591 126.3% Other Buildings&Office Space 2,908 2,974 (66) -2.2% Food Service&Vending 6,809 2,265 4,544 200.6% News/Gift Shops 4,076 947 3,129 330.4% Car Rental 17,238 9,220 8,018 87.0% Leased Site Areas 2,227 2,044 183 9.0% Auto Parking/Ground Transportation 26,122 7,976 18,146 227.5% Advertising 326 181 145 80.4% State Aviation Fuel Tax 1,531 521 1,010 193.8% Military 100 78 22 27.5% Glycol Recycling Sales 158 117 41 34.9% Auxiliary Airport Fuel Sales 711 590 121 20.5% Other 1,298 1,587 (289) -18.2% Less:Airline Revenue Sharing (6,759) (2,870) (3,889) 135.5% Operating Revenues 140,886 82,071 58,815 71.7% Expenses Salary&Wages $ 19,239 $ 18,027 $ 1,212 6.7% Employee Benefits 8,823 8,142 681 8.4% Maintenance Supplies 3,290 1,808 1,482 82.0% Automotive Supplies 1,647 1,064 583 54.8% Other Supplies 609 505 104 20.5% Insurance Premiums 2,539 2,520 19 0.7% Janitorial Service 5,051 4,161 890 21.4% Maintenance Contracts 2,856 785 2,071 263.8% Other Contractual Services 5,320 4,921 399 8.1% Professional&Tech Service 7,194 6,298 896 14.2% Utilities 2,877 2,028 849 41.9% Administrative Service Fee 1,318 668 650 97.3% Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting 2,920 2,631 289 11.0% Police Services 4,275 4,150 125 3.0% Other Expenses 663 392 271 69.1% Operating Expenses Before Capitalized Salaries 68,621 58,100 10,521 18.1% Capitalized Salaries 596 609 (13) -2.1% Total Operating Expenses 68,025 57,491 10,534 18.3% Operating Income $ 72,861 $ 24,580 $ 48,281 196.4% SALT LAKE CITY DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS (An Enterprise fund of Salt Lake City Corporation) Statements of Cash Flows (Unaudited) (Amounts in Thousands) for the month ended December 31, 2021 2020 Cash Flows from Operating Activities Cash received from providing services $ 150,960 $ 83,868 Cash paid for services for intra-governmental charges (2,207) (2,631) Cash paid to suppliers (43,597) (35,587) Cash paid to employees (27,027) (25,283) Net cash from operating activities 78,128 20,368 Cash Flows from Investing Activities Cash paid for investments (192,474) (187,953) Cash proceeds from investments 130,074 316,915 Interest received on investments and concession loans 796 1,465 Payments for concession loans (1,345) (33,678) Payments received on concession loans 7,350 - Net cash from investing activities (55,599) 96,749 Cash Flows from Capital and Related Financing Activities Purchase of capital equipment (1,856) (5,057) Payments for acquisition and construction of capital assets (253,283) (350,536) Proceeds from issuance of revenue bonds payable 1,139,949 - Payment for capital assets contributed to TSA (239) - Payment on line of credit (268,094) - Interest paid on bonds and line of credit (46,389) (46,389) Bond issuance costs (1,418) - Passenger facility charges 24,693 9,258 Customer facility charges 7,486 4,239 Proceeds from sale of capital assets and equipment 70 (77) Contributions and grants 54,593 30,783 Other financing - 41 Net cash used for capital and related financing activities 655,512 (357,737) Net(Decrease)in Cash and Cash Equivalents 678,041 (240,620) Cash and Cash Equivalents-Beginning of Year 292,793 455,477 Cash and Cash Equivalents-End of Year $ 970,834 $ 214,856 SALT LAKE CITY DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS (An Enterprise fund of Salt Lake City Corporation) Statements of Cash Flows (Unaudited) (Amounts in Thousands) for the Six month period ended December, 2021 2020 Reconciliation of Operating Income to Net Cash from Operating Activities Operating loss $ (25,574) $ (4,069) Adjustments to reconcile operating loss to net cash from operating activities Depreciation 98,435 28,649 Changes in assets and liabilities Airline and rental fee receivable 19,197 11,628 Other assets 832 (7,154) Deferred outflows - - Accounts payable (12,205) (9,155) Accrued compensation - - Other accrued liabilities (1,942) (266) Deferred inflows (686) 742 Deposits and advance rentals 71 (7) Net cash from operating activities 78,128 20,368 Schedule of Non-cash Transactions Affecting Net Position Contributions and grants (18,067) (13,355) Passenger facility charges(includes interest) (3,843) 1 Customer facility charges(includes interest) (2,465) (1,824) Bond issuance costs (3,361) - Contributions of capital assets (239) - Total Noncash Transactions Affecting Net Position $ (27,976) $ (15,179) �J /1 Salt Lake City Department of Airports SALT LAKE CITY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AIR TRAFFIC STATISTICS AND ACTIVITY REPORT TWELVE MONTHS ENDED DECEMBER 2021 December YTD 12 MO ROLLING 2021 CHANGE 2021 CHANGE Ending 12/2021 CHANGE PASSENGERS DOMESTIC Enplaned-Local 666,912 86.92% 7,046,285 75.53% 7,046,285 75.53% Enplaned-Connections 338,974 84.84% 4,135,655 82.09% 4,135,655 82.09% Less International -33,282 -290,663 -290,663 Enplaned 972,604 86.19% 10,891,277 77.80% 10,891,277 77.80% Deplaned-Local 692,974 86.27% 7,061,394 76.43% 7,061,394 76.43% Deplaned-Connection 338,974 84.84% 4,135,655 82.09% 4,135,655 82.09% Less International -32,014 -293,031 -293,031 Deplaned 999,934 85.32% 10,904,018 78.69% 10,904,018 78.69% TOTAL DOMESTIC 1,972,538 85.75% 21,795,295 78.25% 21,795,295 78.25% INTERNATIONAL Enplaned 33,282 86.94% 290,663 81.68% 290,663 81.68% Deplaned 32,014 102.12% 293,031 70.94% 293,031 70.94% TOTAL INTERNATIONAL 65,296 94.08% 583,694 76.12% 583,694 76.12% TOTAL PASSENGERS 2,037,834 86.00% 22,378,989 78.19% 22,378,989 78.19% LANDED WEIGHT Air Carriers 1,163,371,934 11.55% 14,617,723,463 37.29% 14,617,723,463 37.29% Cargo Carriers 171,954,148 -2.90% 1,331,114,541 -0.38% 1,331,114,541 -0.38% TOTAL LANDED WEIGHT(LBS) 1,335,326,082 9.45% 15,948,838,004 33.09% 15,948,838,004 33.09% MAIL Enplaned 2,078,751 46.48% 33,670,240 0.37% 33,670,240 0.37% Deplaned 1,520,229 46.14% 16,901,496 -16.54% 16,901,496 -16.54% TOTAL MAIL(LBS) 3,598,980 46.34% 50,571,736 -5.99% 50,571,736 -5.99% CARGO Enplaned 21,316,273 -10.28% 207,933,066 -1.34% 207,933,066 -1.34% Deplaned 21,948,494 0.40% 204,603,053 -2.24% 204,603,053 -2.24% TOTAL CARGO(LBS) 43,264,767 -5.16% 412,536,119 -1.79% 412,536,119 -1.79% MAIL&CARGO Enplaned 10,658 -10.28% 103,967 -1.34% 103,967 -1.34% Deplaned 10,974 0.40% 102,302 -2.24% 102,302 -2.24% TOTAL MAIL&CARGO(TONS) 21,632 -5.16% 206,269 -1.79% 206,269 -1.79°/ AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS Passenger Aircraft 19,530 5.85% 249,018 32.52% 249,018 32.52% All-Cargo Aircraft 2,290 -1.46% 20,824 0.57% 20,824 0.57% General Aviation 6,039 10.62% 69,842 7.23% 69,842 7.23% Military 174 -20.55% 2,835 -4.99% 2,835 -4.99% TOTAL AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS 28,033 5.98% 342,519 23.77% 342,519 23.77% SALT LAKE CITY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PASSENGER TRAFFIC REPORT TWELVE MONTHS ENDED DECEMBER 2021 December December % YTD YTD % 12 MO ROLLING % 2020 2021 CHANGE 2020 2021 CHANGE Ending 12/2021 CHANGE ENPLANED PASSENGERS AEROMEXICO - 2,876 100.0% 11,436 5,692 -50.2% 5,692 -50.2% ALASKA 1,137 10,062 785.0% 48,209 111,955 132.2% 111,955 132.2% Horizon Air/Alaska 1,908 1,119 -41.4% 11,866 25,738 116.9% 25,738 116.9% Skywest/Alaska 7,708 11,708 51.9% 79,324 142,447 79.6% 142,447 79.6% AMERICAN 30,981 47,759 54.2% 342,342 564,912 65.0% 564,912 65.0% Compass - - 0.0% 6,563 - -100.0% - -100.0% Envoy Air - 1,940 100.0% 733 25,750 3413.0% 25,750 3413.0% American/Mesa Air 103 159 54.4% 921 10,842 1077.2% 10,842 1077.2% Republic - - 0.0% 816 5,201 537.4% 5,201 537.4% SkyWest(American) 6,693 6,712 0.3% 62,027 93,333 50.5% 93,333 50.5% DELTA 284,615 580,077 103.8% 3,382,631 6,213,734 83.7% 6,213,734 83.7% SkyWest(Delta Connection) 102,351 159,468 55.8% 1,142,707 1,927,118 68.6% 1,927,118 68.6% FRONTIER 16,863 16,548 -1.9% 145,038 231,296 59.5% 231,296 59.5% JETBLUE 7,005 17,365 147.9% 116,597 195,084 67.3% 195,084 67.3% SOUTHWEST 53,437 106,250 98.8% 629,305 1,124,163 78.6% 1,124,163 78.6% UNITED 9,626 14,917 55.0% 133,865 189,873 41.8% 189,873 41.8% Express Jet - - 0.0% 600 - -100.0% - -100.0% Mesa Airlines(United Express) 97 952 881.4% 5,747 10,115 76.0% 10,115 76.0% Republic Airways(United) 589 435 -26.1% 2,542 4,194 65.0% 4,194 65.0% SkyWest(United Express) 17,058 27,539 61.4% 161,928 300,266 85.4% 300,266 85.4% Charters - - 0.0% 255 227 -11.0% 227 -11.0% West Coast Charters 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% TOTAL ENPLANED PASSENGERS 540,171 1,005,886 86.2% 6,285,452 11,181,940 77.9% 11,181,940 77.9% AeroMexico - 3,437 100.0% 11,393 6,637 -41.7% 6,637 -41.7% ALASKA AIR 979 9,985 919.9% 46,574 114,228 145.3% 114,228 145.3% Horizon Air/Alaska 1,941 1,035 -46.7% 12,015 25,774 114.5% 25,774 114.5% Skywest/Alaska 7,944 12,741 60.4% 82,709 141,241 70.8% 141,241 70.8% AMERICAN 32,022 49,198 53.6% 334,993 568,968 69.8% 568,968 69.8% Compass - - 0.0% 6,494 - -100.0% - -100.0% EnvoyAir(American) - 1,831 100.0% 722 25,152 3383.7% 25,152 3383.7% Mesa Air 120 159 32.5% 997 10,541 957.3% 10,541 957.3% Republic - - 0.0% 766 4,901 539.8% 4,901 539.8% SkyWest(American) 7,427 6,816 -8.2% 62,902 93,543 48.7% 93,543 48.7% DELTA 292,571 598,888 104.7% 3,389,508 6,220,143 83.5% 6,220,143 83.5% SkyWest(Delta Connection) 102,739 158,744 54.5% 1,138,216 1,925,777 69.2% 1,925,777 69.2% FRONTIER 17,105 16,892 -1.2% 146,898 233,004 58.6% 233,004 58.6% JETBLUE 7,676 18,371 139.3% 118,974 192,056 61.4% 192,056 61.4% SOUTHWEST 54,456 108,185 98.7% 619,382 1,116,846 80.3% 1,116,846 80.3% UNITED 12,082 15,196 25.8% 131,167 192,917 47.1% 192,917 47.1% Express Jet - - 0.0% 582 - -100.0% - -100.0% Mesa Airlines/United Express 113 959 748.7% 5,710 11,555 102.4% 11,555 102.4% Republic Airways(United) 765 383 -49.9% 2,802 4,019 43.4% 4,019 43.4% SkyWest(United Express) 17,484 29,127 66.6% 160,579 309,394 92.7% 309,394 92.7% Charters - 1 100.0% 191 353 84.8% 353 84.8% West Coast Charters 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% TOTAL DEPLANED PASSENGERS 555,424 1,031,948 85.8% 6,273,574 11,197,049 78.5% 11,197,049 78.5% TOTAL PASSENGERS* 1,095,595 2,037,834 86.0% 12,559,026 22,378,989 78.2% 22,378,989 78.2% INTERNATIONAL-ENPLANED AEROMEXICO - 2,876 100.0% 11,436 5,692 -50.2% 5,692 -50.2% DELTA 17,804 28,583 60.5% 142,728 280,700 96.7% 280,700 96.7% SkyWest(Delta Connection) 1,823 100.0% 5,736 4,269 -25.6% 4,269 -25.6% KLM ROYAL DUTCH AIRLINES - - 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Charters 0.0% 82 -100.0% - -100.0% TOTAL ENPLANED INTERNATIONAL 17,804 33,282 86.9% 159,982 290,661 81.7% 290,661 81.7% AEROMEXICO - 3,437 100.0% 11,393 6,637 -41.7% 6,637 -41.7% DELTA 15,839 26,972 70.3% 150,745 282,112 87.1% 282,112 87.1% SkyWest(Delta Connection) 1,605 100.0% 9,289 4,280 -53.9% 4,280 -53.9% KLM ROYAL DUTCH AIRLINES - - 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Charters - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% TOTAL DEPLANED INTERNATIONAL 15,839 32,014 102.1% 171,427 293,029 70.9% 293,029 70.9% TOTAL INTERNATIONAL PASSENGERS 33,643 65,296 94.1% 331,409 583,690 76.1% 583,690 76.1% *Includes International SALT LAKE CITY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TWELVE MONTHS ENDED DECEMBER 2021 Based on Total Enplanements MARKET SHARE December MARKET December MARKET YTD MARKET YTD MARKET 12 MO ROLLING 12 MO ROLLING MARKET 2020 SHARE 2021 SHARE 2020 SHARE 2021 SHARE Ending 12/2020 Ending 12/2021 SHARE AEROMEXICO - 0.00% 2,876 0.29% 11,436 0.18% 5,692 0.05% 11,436 5,692 0.05% ALASKA 10,753 1.99% 22,889 2.28% 139,399 2.22% 280,140 2.51% 139,399 280,140 2.51% AMERICAN 37,777 6.99% 56,570 5.62% 413,402 6.58% 700,038 6.26% 413,402 700,038 6.26% DELTA 386,966 71.64% 739,545 73.52% 4,525,338 72.00% 8,140,852 72.80% 4,525,338 8,140,852 72.80% FRONTIER 16,863 3.12% 16,548 1.65% 145,038 2.31% 231,296 2.07% 145,038 231,296 2.07% JETBLUE 7,005 1.30% 17,365 1.73% 116,597 1.86% 195,084 1.74% 116,597 195,084 1.74% SOUTHWEST 53,437 9.89% 106,250 10.56% 629,305 10.01% 1,124,163 10.05% 629,305 1,124,163 10.05% UNITED 27,370 5.07% 43,843 4.36% 304,682 4.85% 504,448 4.51% 304,682 504,448 4.51% Charters - 0.00% - 0.00% 255 0.00% 227 0.00% 255 227 0.00% TOTAL ENPLANEMENTS 540,171 100% 1,005,886 100% 6,285,452 100% 11,181,940 100% 6,285,452 11,181,940 100% PERCENT CHANGE YOY December December PERCENT YTD YTD PERCENT 12 MO ROLLING 12 MO ROLLING PERCENT 2020 2021 CHANGE 2020 2021 CHANGE Ending 12/2020 Ending 1212021 CHANGE AEROMEXICO - 2,876 100.00% 11,436 5,692 100.00% 11,436 5,692 -50.23% ALASKA 10,753 22,889 112.86% 139,399 280,140 100.96% 139,399 280,140 100.96% AMERICAN 37,777 56,570 49.75% 413,402 700,038 69.34% 413,402 700,038 69.34% DELTA 386,966 739,545 91.11% 4,525,338 8,140,852 79.89% 4,525,338 8,140,852 79.89% FRONTIER 16,863 16,548 -1.87% 145,038 231,296 59.47% 145,038 231,296 59.47% JETBLUE 7,005 17,365 147.89% 116,597 195,084 67.31% 116,597 195,084 67.31% SOUTHWEST 53,437 106,250 98.83% 629,305 1,124,163 78.64% 629,305 1,124,163 78.64% UNITED 27,370 43,843 60.19% 304,682 504,448 65.57% 304,682 504,448 65.57% Charters - - #DIV/0! 255 227 -10.98% 255 227 -10.98% TOTAL ENPLANEMENTS 540,171 1,005,886 86.2% 6,285,452 11,181,940 77.9% 6,285,452 11,181,940 77.9% SALT LAKE CITY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LANDING ACTIVITY TWELVE MONTHS ENDED DECEMBER 2021 December December YTD YTD 12 MO ROLLING % 2020 2021 CHANGE 2020 2021 CHANGE Ending 12/2021 CHANGE TOTAL NUMBER OF LANDINGS SCHEDULED CARRIERS AEROMEXICO - 31 100.0% 109 61 -44.0% 61 -44.0% ALASKA 21 87 314.3% 464 939 102.4% 939 102.4% Horizon Air/Alaska 47 15 -68.1% 256 471 84.0% 471 84.0% Skywest/Alaska 201 197 -2.0% 1,861 2,549 37.0% 2,549 37.0% AMERICAN 223 300 34.5% 2,711 3,977 46.7% 3,977 46.7% Compass(American) - - 0.0% 102 - -100.0% - -100.0% Mesa Air(American) 2 2 0.0% 16 167 943.8% 167 943.8% Envoy Air(American) - 28 100.0% 14 377 2592.9% 377 2592.9% Republic/(American - - 0.0% 12 37 208.3% 37 208.3% SkyWest(American) 145 109 -24.8% 1,269 1,763 38.9% 1,763 38.9% DELTA 3,798 4,180 10.1% 38,329 50,454 31.6% 50,454 31.6% SkyWest(Delta Connection) 3,399 2,792 -17.9% 32,699 40,437 23.7% 40,437 23.7% Compass(Delta Connection) - - 0.0% 1 - -100.0% - -100.0% FRONTIER 127 105 -17.3% 1,107 1,642 48.3% 1,642 48.3% JETBLUE 85 137 61.2% 1,229 1,696 38.0% 1,696 38.0% SOUTHWEST 464 825 77.8% 6,994 9,512 36.0% 9,512 36.0% UNITED 118 108 -8.5% 1,183 1,607 35.8% 1,607 35.8% GoJet - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% Express Jet - - 0.0% 10 - -100.0% - -100.0% Mesa/United Express 2 13 550.0% 100 293 193.0% 293 193.0% Republic Airways Holdings 12 6 -50.0% 44 63 43.2% 63 43.2% SkyWest(United Express) 352 478 35.8% 3,225 5,377 66.7% 5,377 66.7% Trans States - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% SUBTOTAL SCHEDULED CARRIERS: 8,996 9,413 4.6% 91,735 121,422 32.4% 121,422 32.4% CHARTER CARRIERS ALLEGIANT AIR - - 0.0% - 0.0% 0.0% BOMBARDIER BUSINESS JETS 62 76 22.6% 512 679 32.6% 679 32.6% BOUTIQUE AIR - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% DELTA PRIVATE JETS - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% EXECUTIVE JET MANAGEMENT - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% FLIGHT OPTIONS - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% KALITTA CHARTERS 7 6 -14.3% 66 79 19.7% 79 19.7% KEYLIME AIR - - 0.0% 2 4 100.0% 4 100.0% NETJETS 167 234 40.1% 1,485 2,196 47.9% 2,196 47.9% SUNSET AVIATION - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% SWIFT AIR - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% VIRGIN AMERICA - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% XOJET - 39 100.0% 213 196 -8.0% 196 -8.0% OTHER CHARTER 2 100.0% 5 12 140.0% 12 140.0% SUBTOTAL CHARTER CARRIERS: 236 357 51.3% 2,283 3,166 38.7% 3,166 38.7% CARGO CARRIERS AERO CHARTER&TRANSPORT - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% AIRNET 11 LLC - 8 100.0% - 61 100.0% 61 100.0% ALPINE AVIATION 151 245 62.3% 2,056 2,307 12.2% 2,307 12.2% AMERIFLIGHT 178 24 -86.5% 1,488 993 -33.3% 993 -33.3% AMERIJET INTERTIONAL 17 100.0% 29 100.0% 29 100.0% CORPORATE AIR(BILLINGS) 156 156 0.0% 1,428 1,667 16.7% 1,667 16.7% EMPIRE 20 21 5.0% 190 217 14.2% 217 14.2% FEDERAL EXPRESS 231 203 -12.1% 1,918 1,824 -4.9% 1,824 -4.9% GEM AIR 115 131 13.9% 714 763 6.9% 763 6.9% NORTHERN AIR CARGO - 26 100.0% - 170 100.0% 170 100.0% SOUTHERN AIR - - 0.0% 137 - -100.0% - -100.0% UPS 274 250 -8.8% 2,048 1,942 -5.2% 1,942 -5.2% WESTERN AIR EXPRESS 28 53 89.3% 287 344 19.9% 344 19.9% OTHER CARGO 2 6 200.0% 22 16 -27.3% 16 -27.3% SUBTOTAL CARGO CARRIERS: 1,155 1,140 -1.3% 10,288 10,333 0.4% 10,333 0.4% TOTAL LANDINGS 10,387 10,910 5.0% 104,306 134,921 29.4% 134,921 29.4% TOTAL LANDED WEIGHT SCHEDULED CARRIERS AEROMEXICO - 2,938,738 100.0% 10,355,000 5,782,678 -44.2% 5,782,678 -44.2% ALASKA 3,116,600 13,534,014 334.3% 70,390,124 143,035,508 103.2% 143,035,508 103.2% Horizon Air/Alaska 3,522,979 1,124,355 -68.1% 19,188,992 35,304,747 84.0% 35,304,747 84.0% Skywest/Alaska 15,066,357 14,766,529 -2.0% 139,494,977 191,065,393 37.0% 191,065,393 37.0% AMERICAN 35,324,044 47,306,982 33.9% 404,366,302 643,678,528 59.2% 643,678,528 59.2% Compass - - 0.0% 7,644,900 - -100.0% - -100.0% Envoy Air(American) - 2,098,600 100.0% 1,049,300 28,250,870 2592.4% 28,250,870 2592.4% American/Mesa Air 150,200 147,000 -2.1% 1,193,600 12,356,110 935.2% 12,356,110 935.2% Republic(American) - - 0.0% 899,400 2,773,150 208.3% 2,773,150 208.3% SkyWest(American) 9,715,000 7,390,450 -23.9% 85,023,000 119,413,950 40.4% 119,413,950 40.4% DELTA 610,666,227 677,172,850 10.9% 5,985,300,348 8,249,645,183 37.8% 8,249,645,183 37.8% SkyWest(Delta Connection) 226,602,714 188,926,744 -16.6% 2,199,144,507 2,686,260,383 22.2% 2,686,260,383 22.2% Compass(Delta Connection) - - 0.0% 75,177 - -100.0% - -100.0% FRONTIER 18,352,346 16,631,350 -9.4% 157,292,676 244,764,942 55.6% 244,764,942 55.6% JETBLUE 12,087,000 19,481,400 61.2% 174,763,800 241,171,200 38.0% 241,171,200 38.0% SALT LAKE CITY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LANDING ACTIVITY TWELVE MONTHS ENDED DECEMBER 2021 December December YTD YTD 12 MO ROLLING % 2020 2021 CHANGE 2020 2021 CHANGE Ending 1212021 CHANGE SOUTHWEST 60,464,000 111,905,600 85.1% 920,768,000 1,285,732,800 39.6% 1,285,732,800 39.6% UNITED 16,818,380 15,528,820 -7.7% 168,210,960 227,326,060 35.1% 227,326,060 35.1% GoJet - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% Express Jet - - 0.0% 750,000 - -100.0% - -100.0% Mesa/United Express 150,000 975,000 550.0% 7,500,000 21,975,000 193.0% 21,975,000 193.0% Republic Airways Holdings 878,400 444,600 -49.4% 3,197,386 4,667,961 46.0% 4,667,961 46.0% SkyWest(United Express) 22,983,572 31,091,379 35.3% 220,375,238 374,799,688 70.1% 374,799,688 70.1% Trans States - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% SUBTOTAL SCHEDULED CARRIERS: 1,035,897,819 1,151,464,411 11.2% 10,576,983,687 14,518,004,151 37.3% 14,518,004,151 37.3% CHARTER CARRIERS ALLEGIANT AIR - 0.0% - 0.0% 0.0% BOEING COMMERCIAL AIRPLANE 163,900 100.0% 163,900 100.0% 163,900 100.0% BOMBARDIER 2,036,084 2,805,293 37.8% 17,003,405 22,913,314 34.8% 22,913,314 34.8% BOUTIQUE AIR - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% DELTA PRIVATE JETS - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% EXECUTIVE JET MANAGEMENT - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% FLIGHT OPTIONS - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% KALITTA CHARTERS 496,300 253,850 -48.9% 1,686,540 2,351,960 39.5% 2,351,960 39.5% KEYLIMEAIR - - 0.0% 63,448 131,526 107.3% 131,526 107.3% MIAMI AIR - - 0.0% 438,900 - -100.0% - -100.0% NETJETS 5,013,651 7,271,630 45.0% 44,602,240 68,240,632 53.0% 68,240,632 53.0% SIERRA PACIFIC - - 0.0% 220,000 330,000 50.0% 330,000 50.0% SUN COUNTRY - 0.0% - 0.0% - 0.0% SWIFT AIR - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% VIRGIN AMERICA - - 0.0% - - 0.0% - 0.0% XOJET - 1,514,100 100.0% 7,855,200 7.694.850 -2.0% 7,694,850 -2.0% OTHER CHARTER 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% SUBTOTAL CHARTER CARRIERS: 7,546,035 12,008,773 59.1% 71,869,733 101,826,182 41.7% 101,826,182 41.7% CARGO CARRIERS ABX AIR INC - 566,000 100.0% - 1,937,000 1,937,000 100.0% AIRNET 11 - 125,900 100.0% - 947,300 100.0% 947,300 100.0% ALPINE AVIATION 2,306,300 3,471,300 50.5% 28,957,200 32,129,900 11.0% 32,129,900 11.0% AMERIFLIGHT 2,235,400 386,400 -82.7% 21,083,950 13,436,776 -36.3% 13,436,776 -36.3% AMERIJET INTERNATIONAL - 4,624,000 100.0% 7,888,000 100.0% 7,888,000 100.0% AMERISTAR - 326,800 100.0% 299,700 381,400 27.3% 381,400 27.3% ATLAS AIR 544,000 - -100.0% 4,981,000 870,000 -82.5% 870,000 -82.5% CORPORATE AIR(BILLINGS) 1,326,000 1,326,000 0.0% 12,138,000 14,169,500 16.7% 14,169,500 16.7% EMPIRE 941,360 988,428 5.0% 7,284,144 9,454,185 29.8% 9,454,185 29.8% FEDEX EXPRESS 77,176,000 69,604,000 -9.8% 639,260,100 624,907,800 -2.2% 624,907,800 -2.2% GEM AIR 949,000 1,055,000 11.2% 5,986,500 6,388,000 6.7% 6,388,000 6.7% NORTHERN AIR CARGO - 3,146,000 100.0% - 20,570,000 100.0% 20,570,000 100.0% SOUTHERN AIR INC - - 0.0% 16,634,980 - -100.0% - -100.0% UPS 90,757,300 85,526,080 -5.8% 594,097,040 591,367,320 -0.5% 591,367,320 -0.5% WESTERN AIR EXPRESS 357,200 707,000 97.9% 3,736,200 4,560,500 22.1% 4,560,500 22.1% OTHER CARGO - (10) 100.0% - (10) 100.0% (10) 100.0% SUBTOTAL CARGO CARRIERS: 176,592,560 171,852,898 -2.7% 1,334,458,814 1,329,007,671 -0.4% 1,329,007,671 -0.4% TOTAL LANDED WEIGHT 1,220,036,414 1,335,326,082 9.4% 11,983,312,234 15,948,838,004 33.1% 15,948,838,004 33.1% SALT LAKE CITY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CARGO ACTIVITY REPORT TWELVE MONTHS ENDED DECEMBER 2021 December December YTD YTD 12 MO ROLLING % 2020 2021 CHANGE 2020 2021 CHANGE Ending 12/2021 CHANGE ENPLANED CARGO PASSENGER CARRIERS ALASKA 8,488 4,975 -41.39% 113,252 98,209 -13.28% 98,209 -13.28% Horizon Air/Alaska 1,048 - -100.00% 18,156 10,492 -42.21% 10,492 -42.21% Skywest/Alaska 8,288 1,916 -76.88% 126,209 30,178 -76.09% 30,178 -76.09% AMERICAN 4,396 4,279 -2.66% 103,937 58,748 -43.48% 58,748 -43.48% American Eagle/Republic - - 0.00% - 140 100.00% 140 100.00% Compass - - 0.00% 120 - -100.00% - -100.00% Envoy Air(American) - - 0.00% - 464 100.00% 464 100.00% Mesa - - 0.00% - 293 100.00% 293 100.00% SkyWest(American) 1,927 700 -63.67% 408,996 13,397 -96.72% 13,397 -96.72% DELTA 403,259 557,971 38.37% 4,456,391 7,028,033 57.71% 7,028,033 57.71% SOUTHWEST 166,707 248,539 49.09% 2,288,086 3,639,021 59.04% 3,639,021 59.04% UNITED 9,012 13,231 46.82% 64,297 101,083 57.21% 101,083 57.21% Others 12,553 7,832 -37.61% 56,846 127,531 124.34% 127,531 124.34% CARGO CARRIERS FEDEX EXPRESS* 12,632,723 10,427,623 -17.46% 120,129,315 115,302,618 -4.02% 115,302,618 -4.02% GEM AIR 118,783 76,432 -35.65% 973,562 783,006 -19.57% 783,006 -19.57% SOUTHERN AIR - - 0.00% 251,000 - -100.00% - -100.00% UPS 9,235,880 8,589,920 -6.99% 69,900,167 67,354,705 -3.64% 67,354,705 -3.64% MISC CARGO 1,154,423 1,382,855 19.79% 11,858,752 13,385,148 12.87% 13,385,148 12.87% ABX AIR - 44,884 100.00% - 126,177 100.00% 126,177 100.00% TOTAL ENPLANED CARGO 23,757,487 21,316,273 -10.28% 210,749,086 207,933,066 -1.34% 207,933,066 -1.34% DEPLANED CARGO PASSENGER CARRIERS ALASKA 2,027 14,944 637.25% 64,237 168,171 161.80% 168,171 161.80% Horizon Air/Alaska 1,526 265 -82.63% 26,295 17,699 -32.69% 17,699 -32.69% Skywest/Alaska 6,708 4,548 -32.20% 94,886 80,580 -15.08% 80,580 -15.08% AMERICAN 22,031 27,168 23.32% 279,812 356,134 27.28% 356,134 27.28% American Eagle/Republic - - 0.00% - 7 100.00% 7 100.00% Compass - - 0.00% 187 - -100.00% - -100.00% Envoy - 300 100.00% 2,294 100.00% 2,294 100.00% Mesa(American) - - 0.00% - 378 100.00% 378 100.00% SkyWest(American) 2,460 1,027 -58.25% 13,055 12,201 -6.54% 12,201 -6.54% DELTA 517,388 867,335 67.64% 6,047,854 10,397,803 71.93% 10,397,803 71.93% SOUTHWEST 370,085 412,561 11.48% 3,385,133 4,829,039 42.65% 4,829,039 42.65% UNITED 19,667 26,032 32.36% 150,295 337,103 124.29% 337,103 124.29% Others 93,589 - -100.00% 242,820 228,517 -5.89% 228,517 -5.89% CARGO CARRIERS FEDEX EXPRESS* 10,731,330 10,068,059 -6.18% 103,544,331 105,177,787 1.58% 105,177,787 1.58% GEM AIR 21,282 17,206 -19.15% 261,130 254,648 -2.48% 254,648 -2.48% SOUTHERN AIR - - 0.00% 1,688,688 - -100.00% - -100.00% UPS 9,396,579 8,979,435 -4.44% 88,280,286 74,894,391 -15.16% 74,894,391 -15.16% MISC CARGO 675,663 1,529,614 126.39% 5,209,756 7,846,301 50.61% 7,846,301 50.61% ABX AIR - 85,105 100.00% - 401,471 100.00% 401,471 100.00% TOTAL DEPLANED CARGO 21,860,335 21,948,494 0.40% 209,288,765 204,603,053 -2.24% 204,603,053 -2.24% TOTAL CARGO 45,617,822 43,264,767 -5.16% 420,037,851 412,536,119 -1.79% 412,536,119 -1.79% *FEDEX EXPRESS includes mail 401„,_-.../ Salt Lake City Department of Airports COMPARISON OF ON TIME OPERATIONS November 2021 ARRIVALS DEPARTURES OnAirport Flights oTime Rank Airport Flights On Rank CLT CHARLOTTE DOUGLAS 18,821 89.9 1 HNL HONOLULU 4,281 91.5 1 SLC SALT LAKE CITY INTL 9,360 89.8 2 MSP MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL INTL 10,372 89.6 2 ATL HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTL 26,602 89.6 3 SLC SALT LAKE CITY INTL 9,359 89.3 3 MSP MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL INTL 10,373 89.2 4 BOS BOSTON LOGAN INTERNATIONAL 10,171 88.4 4 HNL HONOLULU 4,281 88.5 5 ATL HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTL 26,605 88.0 5 PHL PHILADELPHIA INTL 9,040 87.6 6 CLT CHARLOTTE DOUGLAS 16,725 87.4 6 IAH HOUSTON GEORGE BUSH 13,600 87.2 7 IAD WASHINGTON DULLES 5,009 87.2 7 SFO SAN FRANCISCO INTL 9,918 86.7 8 PHL PHILADELPHIA INTL 7,062 86.4 8 IAD WASHINGTON DULLES 7,037 86.6 9 PDX PORTLAND INTERNATIONAL 4,772 86.0 9 DEN DENVER INTL 22,629 86.4 10 DTW DETROIT METRO WAYNE CNTY 11,180 84.9 10 ORD CHICAGO O HARE 25,770 86.4 11 SFO SAN FRANCISCO INTL 9,915 84.9 11 BOS BOSTON LOGAN INTL 10,286 86.2 12 IAH HOUSTON GEORGE BUSH 11,238 84.3 12 LAX LOS ANGELES INTL 16,177 86.1 13 ORD CHICAGO 0 HARE 22,613 84.3 13 DTW DETROIT METRO WAYNE CNTY 11,307 85.9 14 TPA TAMPA INTERNATIONAL 6,396 84.3 14 DFW DALLAS-FT.WORTH REGIONAL 23,322 85.5 15 JFK NEW YORK JFK INTL 10,123 84.2 15 BWI BALTIMORE/WASHINGTON INTL 6,825 84.7 16 DCA RONALD REAGAN NATIONAL 11,058 84.0 16 PHX PHOENIX SKY HARBOR INTL 14,688 84.2 17 LAX LOS ANGELES INTL 16,170 83.8 17 SEA SEATTLE-TACOMA INTL 13,481 84.1 18 SEA SEATTLE-TACOMA INTL 13,480 83.6 18 LAS LAS VEGAS MCCARRAN INTL 12,925 83.9 19 SAN SAN DIEGO LINDBERGH FIELD 5,767 83.2 19 MDW CHICAGO MIDWAY 5,332 83.3 20 LGA NEW YORK LAGUARDIA 13,210 82.2 20 SAN SAN DIEGO LINDBERGH FIELD 5,766 83.1 21 DFW DALLAS-FT.WORTH REGIONAL 23,352 82.0 21 LGA NEW YORK LAGUARDIA 13,258 82.9 22 FLL FT.LAUDERDALE 7,031 80.8 22 DCA RONALD REAGAN NATIONAL 11,539 82.8 23 DEN DENVER INTERNATIONAL 21,731 80.0 23 PDX PORTLAND INTL 4,773 82.6 24 MCO ORLANDO INTL 11,816 79.2 24 JFK NEW YORK JFK INTL 10,127 81.7 25 LAS LAS VEGAS MCCARRAN INTL 12,922 78.5 25 TPA TAMPA INTL 6,399 80.9 26 PHX PHOENIX SKY HARBOR INTL 14,688 77.3 26 FLL FT.LAUDERDALE 7,031 79.8 27 EWR NEWARK LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL 10,823 75.6 27 MCO ORLANDO INTL 11,815 79.7 28 MIA MIAMI INTL 9,464 74.3 28 EWR NEWARK LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL 12,827 76.6 29 BWI BALTIMORE/WASHINGTON INTL 6,822 73.8 29 MIA MIAMI INTL 9,488 76.2 30 MDW CHICAGO MIDWAY 5,332 72.8 30 AVERAGES 12,160 84.6 AVERAGES 11,650 83.1 ON TIME ARRIVAL PERFORMANCE AT SLC By Carrier Air Carrier Flights %On Time AA AMERICAN 475 82.3% AS ALASKA 318 78.0% B6 JETBLUE 120 80.0% DL DELTA 6,939 92.5% F9 FRONTIER 105 92.4% UA UNITED 554 86.5% WN SOUTHWEST 849 79.0% 9,360 89.8% Source:DOT Air Travel Consumer Report DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION REPORT TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Area Map of Project Locations II. Project Schedule III. Construction Analysis IV. Design and Construction Report SALT LAKE CITY DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS February 8, 2022 ' L' J , Salt Lake City �� + International Airport 1 • / 4 / � f 1 )1 �\ p0f l:I Qc c3 c _�. c� or (' -�4 _ IC 11111 ��y'" ` -,: 2021 - 2022 Project Legend li • i Airfield ��►-�-_ a0 i ��� ������ 3, �! ��I i �+ 1. North Cargo Apron Site Development ,' Ar \ �I __ �' t i � =_= Landside • F 1 �� A �. ; • a®� ' � _ 2.GA Zone 3 Corporate Hangar Site �;,/ ,,,.. • s® j�' ° Development j " --— f� I • 3.Landside Lighting Wire Replacement r OC 1� �aL���a��I „xzi_:__._.__t:77 i e N=� %I i 1J ___IL fir -' .-.4,.,..-,Ar-•-.--.,---Cji',r. — •i I* IP - = �j _ Page 1 0/08/2022 SALT LAKE CITY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM 2021/2022 Construction Schedule ID Task Name Start I Finish Nov'21 Dec'21 I Jan'22 I Feb'22 I Mar'22 I Aar'22 I Mav'22 Jun'22 I „ 1 Project Title Mon 8/23/21 Fri 9/16/22 2 (1)North Cargo Apron Site Development Mon 8/23/21 Fri 9/16/22 3 (2)GA Zone 3 Corportate Hangar Site Wed 12/8/21 Wed 4/20/22 Development 4 (3)Landside Lighting Wire Replacement Mon 4/11/22 Wed 9/7/22 DESIGN mini Inactive Milestone o Manual Summary CONSTRUCTION Inactive Summary v V Start-only [ Project: Microsoft Project(latest) Date:Tue 2/8/22 SCOPING imo Manual Task Finish-only ] SUMMARY Duration-only Deadline b Inactive Task - -- Manual Summary Rollup Page II SALT LAKE CITY DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS CONSTRUCTION PROJECT STATUS 2021 -2022 APPROVED CHANGE %OF COST PROJECT NAME _ ENGINEER'S BID ORDERS TO INCREASE TO ESTIMATE AMOUNT DATE E DATE STATUS CONTRACTOR CONSTRUCTION _ 1 North Cargo Apron Site Development $ 25,763,000 $ 2.2,141,148 $ (15,000) -0.07/0 on schedule Ames Construction 2 GA Zone 3 Corporate Hangar Site Development $ 1,213,237 $ 1,169,378 on schedule Ames Construction 3 Landside Lighting Wire Replacement $ 1,353,672 $ 815,689 on schedule Prime Power& Electric, Inc. Total - - - $ 28,329,909 $ 24,126,215 $ (15,000) -0.06% Budget amount, Engineer's estimate, and Bid amount is based on construction cost only. Page III 2/7/2022 CONSTRUCTION REPORT CONSTRUCTION (I) North Cargo Apron Site Development- The Contractor has completed most of the sanitary sewer and future roadway storm water drainage system. Work will continue on site grading and the water system as weather permits. (2) GA Zone 3 Corporate Hangar Site Development- The Contractor was issued a notice to procced on December 8, 2022. Submittals are currently being submitted for review and approval by SLCDA. Construction is anticipated to begin February 23, 2022 with utility work. (3) Landside Lighting Wire Replacement-The Contractor was issued an administrative notice to proceed on February 1, 2022. Submittals are currently being submitted for review and approval by SLCDA. Construstion is anticipated to beign in the Spring of 2022. 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