REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES – AIRPORT MASTER PLANNING
The City of McCall, Idaho, (“City”) is requesting Statements of Qualifications (“SOQ”) for Professional Consulting Services (“Applicant”) necessary for the preparation of an Airport Master Plan for the McCall Regional Airport (“MYL”). Consulting Firms and or teams (Consultant) shall have extensive, recent and direct experience in all phases of a Master Plan development including: aviation planning, environmental planning and permitting, aviation engineering, and financial planning for general aviation airports.
A video outlining the Procedures and Goals of the Airport Master Plan is now available on the website: www.mylmasterplan.com. We are seeking public comments on the future direction of McCall Municipal Airport.
Please view the presentation and provide written comments on the website. These comments will become part of the Master Plan that will be presented to the FAA.
More about the Master Plan
Watch the first Overview and Kick off video at MYLmasterplan.com
The City of McCall, in its continuing effort to provide a high-level of aviation service and to support economic development in the community, recognizes that its airport facilities need to be evaluated periodically regarding their adequacy to meet future aviation demand.
The principal objective of this planning effort is to update the previous 2007 Airport Master Plan report and associated airport layout drawings. Additionally, this project will create new aviation forecasts for general aviation operations. Through the planning process, the project team will provide information and recommendations so that community leaders and funding agencies can justify and plan for any needed development.
The Airport Master Plan report and accompanying plan set will define the type and extent of development required to accommodate the current, short term (1-5 years), intermediate term (6-10 years), and long term (11-20 years) aviation demand for the McCall Municipal Airport. This determination permits long-range programming and budgeting for projects and provides a roadmap for airport development. The aviation demand placed on the airport makes it important to plan for aviation safety, capacity, and land use compatibility. Conclusions derived from the plan will affect the airport, its users, members of the community, and the surrounding area.
The Airport Master Planning process will include significant public and user involvement, an inventory of existing conditions, forecasts of aeronautical demand, facility requirements, alternatives development and evaluation, airport layout plans, a facilities implementation plan, a review of environmental considerations, and a financial feasibility analysis. Feedback from the local community and airport users is critical for developing a successful Airport Master Plan. Please consider adding your name to our contact roster for project notifications.
For additional information, please contact T-O Engineers, Wayne Reiter (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kevin Bissell (email@example.com), or the Airport Manager, Richard Stein (firstname.lastname@example.org). Visit MYLmasterplan.com to learn more about the project.