Airport Strategic Master Planning Boot Camp
Designed for both the novice airport planner and the experienced professionals, this course addresses the traditional subjects such as forecasting, planning various components of the airport system, as well as the structure and purpose of an airport master plan and placing this into the context of greater regional planning.
In addition to the more conventional aspects, we delve into more contemporary elements such airport organizational structures, private vs public ownership and operation, revenue optimization, etc. We cover important subjects like modern forms of security and where this is headed, based on technology and the importance of commercialization of airports. We also address new technologies in general, and their impacts.
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Peter Bianconi, P.Eng
B&A Airport Planners, Principal
Modalis Infrastructure Partners, Senior Associate
SNC Lavalin, Director, Airport Planning
PDK Airport Planning Inc (PAPI), President
Vancouver International Airport Authority, Manager Planning
35+ years of airport planning, design and project management experience on six continents in private and public sectors with extensive experience on BOT/PPP projects, due diligence/analysis in purchases/ownership changes. Specializing in airport master planning, terminal and airfield design for new greenfield, brownfield and existing sites.
Airport Operations & Management
B&A Airport Planners, Operations & Management Specialist
Modalis Infrastructure Partners, Associate
Juan Santa Maria Int'l Airport, San Jose, Costa Rica, Manager of Airside Operations
15+ years of airport operations and management experience, spanning diverse areas of expertise including operations management, security coordination, safety management systems, capacity planning, flight slot management, airport resource allocation, budget preparation and monitoring, performance, emergency response planning, and safety and quality indicators.