Agenda

Subject to change. Please note, all sessions and the exhibit hall will be at the Anaheim Marriott, unless otherwise noted.

 

Wednesday, March 1

TimeEvent
7:00—8:15 am PT

Continental Breakfast/Exhibit Hall Grand Opening



3/1/2023 7:00:00 AM3/1/2023 8:15:00 AM
7:00 am PT—5:00 pm PT

Registration



3/1/2023 7:00:00 AM3/1/2023 5:00:00 PM
8:15—9:00 am PT

Welcome and Opening Remarks



3/1/2023 8:15:00 AM3/1/2023 9:00:00 AM
9:00—10:15 am PT

Plenary Session: Creating Access for Passengers with Disabilities

Discussion among key and relevant stakeholders, including airports, airlines, airline service companies and government agencies on efforts and best practices for creating an inclusion culture in airports, innovative solutions and technologies that enhance accessibility for travelers with disabilities.

3/1/2023 9:00:00 AM3/1/2023 10:15:00 AM
10:15—11:00 am PT

Refreshment Break with Exhibitors



3/1/2023 10:15:00 AM3/1/2023 11:00:00 AM
11:15 am PT—12:30 pm PT

Engineering/Airside Track - Incorporating Sustainability and Resilience into Cargo Development

Interdisciplinary panel from A/E firms, Contractors, Cargo Operators, Developers, Airport Sponsors to examine innovation and technology, sustainability implementation, and resiliency measures in Air Cargo projects. Plus, how those elements are fared in the current economic climate. The best practices and lessons learned from the design, construction, and operation phases of Air Cargo projects will be discussed. The panel will also present new frameworks to be considered for a win-win scenario for all parties involved and how we get there.

3/1/2023 11:15:00 AM3/1/2023 12:30:00 PM
11:15 am PT—12:30 pm PT

Mini Track: Riding the Wave – Navigating Continuous Airport Change

The Pandemic was an unforeseen event that provided negative impacts to the airport industry. In particular, it introduced new complications, which have required airports to plan and invest in more resources for recovery. One of the main resources are aviation professionals. A panel of airport CIOs will explain the challenges associated with the pandemic, and where do aviation professionals fit into the grand scheme of helping to solve them.

3/1/2023 11:15:00 AM3/1/2023 12:30:00 PM
11:15 am PT—12:30 pm PT

Planning/Environmental Track - Evolution of the Plangineer

What is a Plangineer? It is an analytical professional that combines planning skills and engineering expertise to allow for better streamlined projects. This session will discuss industry lessons learned with a panel of expert Plangineers who will answer the following questions : 1) how do the engineering mind and classically trained planning mind differ? 2) what are the best tools to communicate, analyze, and deliver with an ever-increasingly diverse professional community? and 3) how can delivery of professional services be optimized to capture the contributions of both mindsets? This session will explore how professionals (consultants, owners and constructors alike) can achieve success in our rapidly changing and demanding industry.

3/1/2023 11:15:00 AM3/1/2023 12:30:00 PM
11:15 am PT—12:30 pm PT

PM/CM Track -Digital Twins- An ACRP Study

By now everyone’s heard of Digital Twins, but what are they? In this session we will take a deeper dive into Digital Twin technology, including an overview of what it is, how it works, and what best practices are for applying the technology at airports. Panelists from airports and industry experts will discuss what they are developing as priorities and standards for the technology, and identify pros and cons to different applications across the airport. Join us to explore more about Digital Twins and the future of BIM in aviation.

3/1/2023 11:15:00 AM3/1/2023 12:30:00 PM
11:15 am PT—12:30 pm PT

Terminal/Landside Track - More than a Parking Structure

This in-depth look at landside access and parking presents a series of case studies highlighting the goals, objectives, and challenges of these complex projects. From the integration of various program elements, to funding, to structural feats, expect to view the parking structure in a new light.

3/1/2023 11:15:00 AM3/1/2023 12:30:00 PM
12:30—1:45 pm PT

Keynote Lunch



3/1/2023 12:30:00 PM3/1/2023 1:45:00 PM
1:45—2:30 pm PT

Dessert with Exhibitors



3/1/2023 1:45:00 PM3/1/2023 2:30:00 PM
2:30—3:45 pm PT

Engineering/Airside Track - How to Effectively Budget and Estimate Costs in Times of Escalating Inflation and Supply Chain Issues

Runaway inflation and supply chain issues are complicating the delivery of aviation infrastructure projects worldwide. As a result, cost and schedule certainty is almost impossible to attain. How can the industry adjust to this disruption? How can an owner plan for a project in this environment? Is there a way to plan and develop within this new reality?

3/1/2023 2:30:00 PM3/1/2023 3:45:00 PM
2:30—3:45 pm PT

Mini Track: Construction Planning in Post Pandemic Era

Construction is a dynamic industry that relies on continuous improvement. It also requires multiple inputs for construction projects to be completed successfully. These inputs are part of the planning process, ranging from scope of work validation to material procurement. With the new challenges introduced by the pandemic in logistics and costs, planning for construction has become increasingly difficult. The presenter will focus on how construction has changed and how to navigate the change.

3/1/2023 2:30:00 PM3/1/2023 3:45:00 PM
2:30—3:45 pm PT

Planning/Environmental Track - Social Sustainability, Environmental Justice and Airport Engagement with Disadvantaged Communities

Engagement with Disadvantaged Communities Synopsis: Airports have a role in improving access for historically disadvantaged communities. What are airports doing, how are consultants helping, and how can FAA provide support? Learning Objectives: Learn about ongoing social justice efforts; Plan for outreach efforts associated with addressing community outreach and environmental justice at airports.


Speaker
Jeannette Saunders, Vice President, Jacobsen|Daniels Associates, LLC

3/1/2023 2:30:00 PM3/1/2023 3:45:00 PM
2:30—3:45 pm PT

PM/CM Track - Green Up Your Garage

Two recently-completed large parking structures have brought sustainability features in airport facilities to a new level. PDX used a novel technology to pour concrete using a carbon-friendly method and installed sustainable power sources to power the car rental facility. MCI has deployed their first wireless vehicle charging pads which are believed to be the first application of this technology at a US airport. We will explore these projects and more as we discuss sustainable design and practical applications for airports.

3/1/2023 2:30:00 PM3/1/2023 3:45:00 PM
2:30—3:45 pm PT

Terminal/Landside Track - Raising the Bar by Lowering the Carbon

An overview of the new San Diego International Airport Terminal 1 “Whole Building Life Cycle Assessment” will be provided that highlights the step-by-step holistic design and construction solutions that achieved an impressive 30% reduction in Global Warming Potential and reduced construction costs significantly.

3/1/2023 2:30:00 PM3/1/2023 3:45:00 PM
3:45—5:15 pm PT

Welcome Reception with Exhibitors



3/1/2023 3:45:00 PM3/1/2023 5:15:00 PM

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