TOPIC - Bob Hope Airport
The ASCE Orange County Branch would like to invite you to attend the January Luncheon Meeting for a presentation on the Bob Hope Airport improvement program.The airport authority has been looking to replace the current terminal, which was built in the 1930s, because it does not meet current seismic standards or modern Federal Aviation Administration standards.
Burbank Bob Hope Airport is working with the Burbank community and neighboring cities to build a safer, 14-gate 355,000 square foot replacement terminal that is farther from the runways and meets current earthquake design standards, with the same convenience and easy access that Burbank residents and all air travelers now enjoy while providing new amenities typically available in modern terminals – at no cost to the Burbank taxpayers. The Airport will maintain the same number of gates (14) as well as its efforts to protect neighboring communities.
Join us as our speaker Dan Feger, Director, Development Services, discusses the much anticipated proposed improvements to the Burbank Bob Hope Airport.
Dan Feger was named Executive Director at Bob Hope Airport in August 2008. He first joined the airport staff in 1988 as the Airport Engineer. He supervised numerous capital projects and planning efforts over the years, and has played a key role in developing conceptual design options for various airport development proposals.
He was named Director of Engineering and Planning in 1992, and later Deputy Executive Director in 2001. In that capacity, he oversaw all aspects of managing the Airport, including day-to-day maintenance and operations, community and governmental relations, facility development, public safety and regulatory agency compliance.
Mr. Feger holds a Master of Science degree in Engineering from UCLA and worked at the engineering firm of C F Braun prior to joining the airport staff.
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This Branch was created in 1952 to allow civil engineers to network, exchange ideas, build leadership skills, create lifelong professional connections, and improve the quality of life on Orange County.