- November 2000 After many years of contention between the community of Burbank and the Airport Authority regarding an Airport proposed new relocated and expanded gate terminal, Burbank voters approve a ballot me...
ALP stands for “Airport Layout Plan.” It is a drawing used to depict current and future airport facilities. Under federal law, an airport must keep its ALP up-to-date. For proposed projects like the Replacement Terminal, the FAA must approve a revised ALP prior to approving the project. The FAA has approved the airport’s revised ALP, which includes the Replacement Passenger Terminal.
Airport Layout Plan
FAA Conditional Approval Letter
Designing a replacement to an 89-year-old airport terminal is no easy task. That’s why we turned to our community for help. Over the past eight months, Hollywood Burbank Airport held five design charrette workshops in the City of Burbank, as well as workshops in Glendale, Los Angeles and Pasadena. Hundreds have presented their vision for Elevate BUR that will serve our community for generations to come.
The workshops focused primarily on safety improvements, design features and amenities that the community and passengers would like to see in Elevate BUR.
The Charrettes were conducted between March 27 and October 26, 2019. We thank all participants for their contributions.
Final Charrette Report – download
Soil and soil vapor testing was conducted at 144 locations located across the preferred site for the new terminal. The primary objective of the investigation was to evaluate the potential presence of chemical constituents in soil and soil vapor, with the data collected to be used by the Authority to prepare a site-specific human health risk assessment (HHRA). The Soil and Soil Vapor Investigation Report, including its technical appendices, is posted below.
EFI Global Technical Memorandum – download
Attachment A Boring Logs – download
Attachment B Waste Manifest – download
Attachment C Soil Laboratory Reports
Attachment D Physical Parameters for Soil—PTS Lab reports – download
Attachment E Soil Vapor tests— Positive Lab Service reports – download
The Airport’s Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) forecasts that the impacts of each Replacement Terminal development option would be similar to impacts of the current terminal; that anticipated increases in passengers and flights would occur regardless of whether a Replacement Terminal is built; and that the activity levels the Airport experienced between 2006 and 2008 are not projected to occur again during the period studied. The document, including its technical appendices, are posted below.
VOLUME 1 – download
VOLUME 2 – download
VOLUME 3 – download
VOLUME 4 – download
VOLUME 5 – download
VOLUME 6 – download
Notice of Completion – download
DEIR Update Presentation – The DEIR has been released for public review. This Presentation provides an update on the document and the process ahead – download
As part of the federal environmental review process, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has released a Final Environmental Impact Statement (Final EIS) and Record of Decision (ROD) for the proposed construction and operation of the 14-gate replacement passenger terminal building and ancillary improvements. The FEIS and ROD, and its technical appendices, are posted below.
FEIS and ROD: Main FEIS and ROD Sections
Cover Page, Record of Decision, Executive Summary – download
Chapter 1 – Purpose and Need – download
Chapter 2 – Alternatives – download
Chapter 3 – Affected Environment – download
Chapter 4 – Environmental Consequences and Mitigation Measures – download
Chapter 5 – Agency Coordination and Public Involvement – download
Chapter 6 – List of Preparers – download
Chapter 7 – References – download
Appendix A – Notices and Publications – download
Appendix B – Scoping Report – download
Appendix C – Ordinance 16-3,882 – download
Appendix D – Regulatory Context – download
Appendix E – Air Quality – download
Appendix F – Biological Resources – download
Appendix G – Hazardous Materials, Solid Waste, and Pollution Prevention – download
Appendix H – Historical, Architectural, Archaeological, and Cultural Resources – download
Appendix I – Land Use Assurance Letter – download
Appendix J – Noise Background Information – download
Appendix K – Surface Traffic – download
Appendix L – Hydrology Report – download
Appendix M – Draft EIS Comments and Responses to Comments – download
The Human Health Risk Assessment (HHRA) was prepared by Geosyntec Consultants, Inc. (Geosyntec) and examined the Adjacent Property, the 49-acre site that is the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority’s preferred location for a 355,000-square-foot, 14-gate terminal, parking and utility support structures. The HHRA utilizes certain regulatory benchmarks to evaluate the potential for the occurrence of adverse human health effects from possible exposures to chemical compounds detected on the Adjacent Property. Based on the results of the HHRA, Geosyntec determined that the Adjacent Property is compatible for the construction and operation of a Elevate BUR and associated facilities.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has released a Final Environmental Impact Statement (Final EIS) and Record of Decision (ROD) for the proposed construction and operation of the 14-gate replacement pass...
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