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The Annual Conference virtual exhibit hall features exhibitors offering information, videos, and presentations on state-of-the-art aviation products and services.
WIN A NEW IPAD
Register for and visit every virtual booth during the three-day conference and be entered in a drawing for a new iPad.
ASSOCIATED ASPHALT PARTNERS, LLC
Visit their booth and be entered in a daily drawing for a $100 gift card (via a link in their booth).
Be entered in a daily drawing for a gift card by stopping by the C&S Companies' booth and participate in their chat room (via a link in their booth).
Join Smiths Detection on November 10th at 2:00 p.m. EST for a live Q&A on Congress and TSA support innovation that impacts aviation security (via a link in their booth).
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Welcome to the Whiting-Turner Virtual Exhibit Booth.
Whiting-Turner provides construction management, general contracting and design/build services on projects small and large for a diverse group of customers including airlines and aviation partners. Since 1909, the firm has been guided by the principles of integrity, excellence and an unwavering dedication to customer delight. With headquarters in Baltimore and 50+ regional locations nationwide, Whiting-Turner is consistently ranked among the top domestic general builders by Engineering News Record. Whiting-Turner’s cross-trained professionals provide depth of resources to service nationally and to build locally.
Click here to learn more about Whiting-Turner.
As a top airport facility constructor, Whiting-Turner has the experience to make your project a success from inception through close-out. Regardless of the delivery method, we know how to collaborate and function as a team with all project stakeholders. Click here for a sample of Whiting-Turner’s aviation experience.
Transportation National Leader
1901 W. Cypress Creek Road
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
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Welcome to the Omnivex Virtual Exhibit Booth.
Omnivex supports airport digital transformation strategies by providing a centralized content management system for all screens within an airport (airside/landside/operations). Our products integrate with airport data sources (AODB, Emergency Mass Notification, Integrated PA, Common Use Platforms) to drive real time content, to any screen at any time, including passenger smartphones.
Neil Bron Chatwood
Transportation Account Executive
Office: +1 (905) 694-8741
Mobile: +1 (416) 558-0887
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Welcome to the Airport Improvement Magazine Virtual Exhibit Booth.
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Welcome to the Woolpert Virtual Exhibit Booth.
Woolpert is committed to a vision to become the premier architecture, engineering, geospatial (AEG) and strategic consulting firm, and one of the best companies in the world. It’s a vision we’ve been fine-tuning for decades. It guides our decisions and investments, provides our clients with optimal solutions and offers our employees unrivaled opportunities. Woolpert is recognized as a Great Place to Work by its employees and is America’s fastest-growing AEG firm. With more than a century of experience, over 1,000 employees and 39 offices, Woolpert supports public, private, federal, and U.S. military clients nationally and around the globe.
Woolpert leverages over 40 years of aviation experience to deliver comprehensive planning, design, geospatial, and consulting services. With our recent acquisition of Jviation, we’ve bolstered our engineering, construction, and survey capabilities, and added enhanced aviation planning, architecture, and environmental services. See the attached presentation to view a sample of Woolpert and Jviation projects.
Woolpert Acquires Jviation, Expands Aviation and Airport Infrastructure Services
Woolpert Enlists Experienced Aviation Professional Jill Geboy as Strategic Consultant and Project Manager
Woolpert Establishes UAS Hub, Adds Office at Aviation Research Park in New Jersey
Tom Mochty, PS, Infrastructure Sector Leader, 937.531.1492, email@example.com
JD Ingram, PE, President, Jviation, 303-524-3050, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Snyder, PE, Aviation Market Director, 317.223.2454, email@example.com
Ed Copeland, GISP, Aviation Program Director, 214.932.3942, firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Washington, PE, Utilities Project Manager, 678.537.892, email@example.com
EJ Virtual BoothContains 1 Component(s)
Welcome to the EJ Virtual Exhibit Booth.
EJ is the leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of access solutions for water, sewer, drainage, telecommunications and utility networks worldwide. Products include manhole frames and covers, hinged access assemblies, drainage grates, and related products. Made in the USA.
Lee Veldboom, P.E., Technical Engineering Manager
Patrick Bubin, Analyst, Airports & Ports
Visit our website for more information.
Sign up to find out how EJ can help you on your next airport construction project.
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Welcome to the ACRP Virtual Exhibit Booth.
Each year, ACRP receives funding from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), ACRP's program sponsor. With this budget, ACRP funds research projects and activities to help airports surmount real-world challenges and problems.
ACRP's governing board, the ACRP Oversight Committee (AOC), meets annually to identify the highest priority projects, define project funding levels, and articulate expected research products. It ensures that each approved project is appropriate, relevant, and responsive to airports’ needs. In addition, ACRP engages airport professionals, state and local government officials, equipment and service suppliers, other airport users, and research organizations so that their perspectives are represented during the research selection process.
Once the AOC releases its approved list of projects, ACRP convenes project panels to steer the development of RFPs, oversee the subsequent competitive selection of research contractors, and manage and approve the final research products.
Click here to read more about ACRP.
To request additional information on ACRP, email or call:
Marci A. Greenberger, Manager
Airport Cooperative Research Program
Transportation Research Board
Ambassadors are airport industry practitioners who voluntarily serve as ACRP's representative, directly engaging with fellow airport practitioners and other stakeholders at industry conferences and events. They use these opportunities to disseminate ACRP's research results and encourage their implementation, engage fellow practitioners in ACRP's research process, and share information and key messages about the program. Ambassadors value:
- Creating connections
- Serving the greater good
- Sharing information
- Inspiring others to act
The Ambassador Experience
Ambassadors serve a two-year term and are expected to:
- Attend Ambassador orientations (once per year).
- Attend Ambassador teleconferences, respond to surveys, and provide ACRP with feedback on the Ambassador experience.
- Help identify and secure exhibiting and speaking opportunities at airport industry events.
- Attend 4-6 airport industry events as ACRP's representative and:
1. Staff the ACRP exhibit booth.
2. Present on ACRP's research process, ways to get involved, and other ACRP research-related topics.
3. Describe and promote solutions (in the form of ACRP research products) to industry issues.
4. Champion involvement in ACRP.
- Help with ACRP's dissemination and industry engagement initiatives.
As an Ambassador, enjoy a unique connection to ACRP, TRB, and the National Academies' all widely respected organizations at the forefront of transportation research. Your service enables you to:
- Attend industry events near you at minimal expense.
- Network, share experiences, and collaborate with fellow industry practitioners.
- Bring knowledge back to your own institution, agency, or employer.
- Gain a deep understanding of ACRP and help shape its future.
- Make a difference and give back to the airport industry.
ACRP provides Ambassadors with logistical and event planning support and pays for registration fees and onsite lodging. ACRP does not pay for Ambassadors' transportation to and from conferences, food, or incidental expenses. See the ACRP Ambassador Program Guidelines for additional information.
ACRP accepts Ambassador program applications year-round and conducts interviews in the Fall. Selected candidates attend Ambassador Orientation, generally scheduled between mid-January and early February.
Candidates considered for the 2020-2021 Ambassador program submitted applications by Friday, November 8, 2019. Candidates wishing to be considered for the term beginning in 2021 are encouraged to apply anytime, and will be considered in Fall 2020. A firmer application deadline will be posted to this page later this year.
Successful candidates typically demonstrate:
- A commitment to promoting ACRP's goals before, during, and after serving as an Ambassador.
- Applicable work experience and a strong professional network in the U.S. airport industry.
- Familiarity with the ACRP research process and products, often with first-hand experience participating in ACRP's research process and using ACRP's products.
- Willingness and ability to speak/present at industry events.
- Approval and support from an employer to attend orientation and four to six events over two years.
Click here to visit reports published by ACRP.
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Welcome to the C&S Companies Virtual Exhibit Hall booth.
For over 50 years, the C&S Companies have focused on improving the world around us. Aviation is our core business and we have grown to be one of the most experienced and trusted consulting firms in the country. With staff dedicated to planning, environmental, airfield and landside engineering, architecture, grants administration, construction services, and other specialized disciplines, we have the necessary resources to help clients realize the vision they have for their facilities.
Post-COVID Best Practices for Your Facilities: In this time of continued uncertainty related to COVID-19, we know everyone has been thinking about how this, or a future pandemic, will continue to affect our way of life upon return to that “new normal,” both in the short term of reoccupation but also in the long term, with modifications to how our buildings and spaces are used and experienced. The C&S team has been doing the same; thinking not only about our internal practices, but also how new realizations will inform future design decisions and impact your facility operations. The results of our internal brainstorming are shared in our Best Practices guide. Read more… Airports and Sustainability – Four Reasons Not to Give Up: Just a few short months ago companies and airports alike were excitedly planning Earth Day events to celebrate achievements and use the milestone as a call to action. While the entire aviation industry pivots, we reflect on what this means and why sustainability may be more important now than ever. In a time of unprecedented challenges, a strengthened commitment to sustainability can make a major difference. With ongoing discussions and hard work happening through varied industry organizations, the following is just a narrow snapshot from the C&S Aviation Sustainability team. Read more… Expecting Big Changes in the Terminal Environment: Major events or circumstances often make us reset our path. Over the years, the aviation industry has been transforming in response to events or service shifts, and it will continue evolving as new developments occur. We are facing another shake in the aviation industry. During and post-pandemic, terminal planners and airport operators will encounter immediate challenges responding to rapid facility transformation. Flexibility will be key. People still need and want to travel, life goes on, and we all need to adapt and contribute to a better and safer transportation system. Read more… The CARES Act – How to Strategically Prepare Your Airport for Life Post-Pandemic: As we navigate the unprecedented circumstances precipitated by the coronavirus pandemic, C&S’s professionals remain steadfast in providing our aviation clients expertise they can trust. We understand that many in the aviation industry may have questions surrounding recent legislation that was passed to alleviate some of the impacts of the pandemic. Our experts have broken this information down to its key elements, and in this article, share insights on what airports can do now to strategically prepare their airports for life post-pandemic. Read more…
Business Development Manager
Direct: (619) 819-2285
Cell: (315) 263-5627
Service Group Manager
Stop by C&S’s Chat Room and be entered into a drawing to win a gift card on all three days of the conference from 9:30-6:30PM
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Applied Pavement Technology, Inc. Virtual BoothContains 2 Component(s)
Welcome to the Applied Pavement Technology, Inc. Virtual Exhibit Booth
Applied Pavement Technology, Inc. (APTech) is a full-service pavement engineering consulting firm that provides effective solutions for the design, evaluation, maintenance, and rehabilitation of airfield and roadway pavements. Since our founding in 1994, we have worked with clients at the state, federal, and local levels in the United States and abroad, and we are a recognized leader in our industry. We help our clients identify cost-effective strategies that reduce the overall life-cycle cost of preserving the pavement network while incorporating the latest pavement-related designs and technologies into organizational practice.
For over 25 years we have applied our pavement engineering expertise to find appropriate and effective solutions for agencies responsible for the design, maintenance, and rehabilitation of airport pavement facilities. We team with our clients to deliver practical, timely, and innovative solutions to meet their needs.
Since 2008, APTech’s airfield pavement experts, working with the FAA, have been responsible for the development and delivery of the ACC’s 2.5-day Airfield Pavement Design, Evaluation, and Analysis workshop. This highly acclaimed course has helped to train pavement engineers from airports, consulting firms, and the FAA’s own staff.
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Welcome to the Blast Deflectors, Inc. (BDI) Virtual Exhibit Booth
BDI designs, manufactures and installs jet blast deflectors (JBDs) and ground run-up enclosures (GREs) for airports and defense facilities worldwide. Our products are designed to improve AOA safety, maximize available space and minimize the acoustic impact of aircraft run-up noise. Our 60+ years of experience is your assurance of quality JBDs and GREs. Models are available for all aircraft types and applications, from taxi power up to afterburner run-ups. For more information about BDI please visit www.bdi.aero.
Founded in 1957 in San Francisco, California by Stanley Lynn, BDI is a world leader in jet blast deflectors and aircraft acoustic enclosure technology. Our innovative solutions have set the standard for the jet blast deflector industry for more than 60 years. We safeguard our reputation for excellence through a focus on research and development combined with state-of-the-art manufacturing. The result is a complete range of jet blast deflectors suitable for all applications.
Don Bergin- President
Sales & Marketing Team:
Matt Anzai- Sales Manager
Jorge Ramirez- Sales Representative
Blanca Rocha Becerra- International Business Development
Nick Smith- Europe, Middle East and Africa Business Manager
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org (general contact email)
email@example.com (for projects in the USA, Latin America and Oceania)
firstname.lastname@example.org (for projects in Europe, Middle East and Africa)
email@example.com (for projects in Asia-Pacific)
Jet Blast Deflectors (JBDs)
BDI deflectors are constructed of heavy-duty, hot-dip galvanized steel. All designs are modular and can easily be relocated or reconfigured. BDI has more than 30 standard jet blast deflector models and offers custom-made solutions. All BDI deflectors are manufactured to the highest standards, and each installation is supervised by a highly trained BDI field technician. BDI deflectors are designed and prefabricated for efficient installation with minimal tools and labor.
• Taxi Duty
Utilized to protect ground support, roadways, parking areas, buildings and people from jet blast produced by aircraft using taxiways and aprons. These models, which are available in curved and vertical configurations, are designed to withstand taxi and breakaway power from all types of aircraft.
• Full Power Run-ups
These models are typically used in maintenance areas where high power engine run-ups are regularly performed. They are also used at runway ends. These deflectors can withstand jet thrust in excess of 115,000 pounds, which is currently the maximum produced by a commercial jet engine (i.e. the GE90-115B used on B777 aircraft variants)
BDI's reliable fiberglass deflectors are specifically designed for use at runway ends in front of instrument landing systems. The nonferrous, fiberglass reinforced plastic deflector does not interfere with instrument approach systems and provides exceptional jet blast protection. The curved aerodynamic design was adapted from BDI's steel series, which has more than 60 years of proven success.
BDI’s range of temporary and moveable deflectors provides contractors and airports with flexibility and improved safety in airside construction environments. Various heights and shapes are available to suit any project requirement. A moveable deflector avoids the need for permanent civil work.
Ground Run-up Enclosures (GREs)
We offer ground run-up enclosure (GRE) facilities that use patented components, proven designs and a spotless track record of successful installations. BDI’s philosophy is to balance project requirements with practical solutions. The combination of the aerodynamically advanced Stabile Flow™ design with the effectiveness of Noise Blotter™ acoustic panels provide an aerodynamically efficient GRE with very high usability and outstanding noise reduction. BDI can design and build ground run-up enclosures for any aircraft mix including commercial, general aviation and defense. BDI utilizes the latest aerodynamic, acoustical and structural software packages, combined with scale modeling and field measurements, to ensure project requirements are met.
Our 3-sided GRE design starts with sloped entry walls with a rolled top to improve airflow into the facility and eliminate vortex formation, due to separation, at the front and top of the side walls.
Our 4-sided GRE design uses large, vented front gates with sufficient open area to supply the necessary air into the facility. The side walls of our GRE facilities use large, acoustically treated vents to provide engine entrainment air and to improve usability in crosswind conditions.
End Around Taxiway Visual Screens (EAT)
BDI visual screens are designed to be durable, resistant to weather, frangible, and resistant to wind load. All connections, frame structure, panels and foundations are designed to break away from the structure in the event an aircraft strikes the visual screen. End-Around Taxiway (EAT) Visual Screens are placed at the end of a runway and are designed to enable pilots to better discern when an aircraft is crossing the active runway versus operating on an end-around taxiway. The diagonal red and white striping on the front provides a surface that is visible from a distance and easily discernable from another aircraft.
Since the dawn of the jet age, BDI has provided solutions for defense applications. BDI’s first major defense project was to equip all Strategic Air Command (SAC) bases with Lynnco Type E deflectors and, since then, thousands of BDI deflectors have been installed at defense facilities worldwide. Models are available for power check pads, aprons and parking positions. BDI’s deflector material can be rapidly dispatched via air or sea shipment to locations around the globe in easily handled bundles. Designs comply with USAF, NAVFAC, USACE, and NATO requirements.
For Existing Customers:
BDI is pleased to provide support for our existing customers to assist them in relocation, refurbishment, or repairs to existing jet blast deflectors, ground run-up enclosures and visual screens. A specialized field technician will visit your site to assess the current condition of your products and determine the necessary steps to ensure that the JBD, GRE or visual screen is working properly and safe for your personnel.
BDI is your resource for airport planning and consulting. We provide jet blast analysis, noise contour reports, CFD studies and more for all project types to know that you’re getting exactly what you need. We can provide project specifications for upcoming jobs and design solutions to fit each custom project. Reach out to BDI to discuss details about your project today.
o Inspections to check the integrity and evaluate the condition of installation. OEM re-certification available
o Refurbishment and repair programs to extend service life. Spare parts inventory maintained to mitigate lead times
o Archives of documentation and details from more than 1,500 past projects
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