Airport Sustainability Management Plan
|Bert Mooney Airport|
|In teamwork with Morrison Maierle, Inc., Kath Williams + Associates has been selected to develop a practical approach to the Airport Sustainability Management Plan. In late 2012, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) continued its 2010 grant-funded "Sustainable Master Plan Pilot Program" by awarding 13 airports the opportunity to use lessons learned. Airports of all sizes and activity levels are represented in the group of 13 including some of the largest airports in the US (Dallas-Fort Worth, Denver, Atlanta, Salt Lake City, Seattle-Tacoma, and Tampa) as well as General Aviation (Fresno, Gulfport-Biloxi, Ithaca-Tompkins, Dayton International, Nashville, Renton, and Teterboro) and several relievers.|
The Butte Airport Authority expects the plan to be "a holistic approach to managing Bert Mooney Airport to ensure its continued economic viability, operational efficiency, natural resource conservation, and social responsibilities while meeting the regulatory requirements inherent to a federally funded airport."
The team will consider all aspects of sustainability, focus on short and long-term return on investment and life-cycle costs, draw upon successful programs from the FAA's pilot project, and utilize the best research and information available. KW+A will also be involved in the facilitation of community meetings and communication with public and other airport professionals.