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Air Traffic Control Facilities - 3 PDH

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This publication provides an introduction to the planning and design of air traffic control facilities, such as would be required at airports and airfields. Building-types discussed are the Terminal Radar Approach Control Facility, Area Control and Surveillance Facility, Joint Control Facility, Air Traffic Control Tower and Air Traffic Control Tower Base Building.
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Course Description

This publication provides an introduction to the planning and design of air traffic control facilities, such as would be required at airports and airfields. Building-types discussed are the Terminal Radar Approach Control Facility, Area Control and Surveillance Facility, Joint Control Facility, Air Traffic Control Tower and Air Traffic Control Tower Base Building.

Course Outline

1. TERMINAL RADAR APPROACH CONTROL FACILITY (TRACON)

2. AREA CONTROL AND SURVEILLANCE FACILITY (ACSFAC)

3. JOINT CONTROL FACILITY (JCF)

4. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER

5. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER BASE BUILDING

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course you will:

  • Learn guidelines for floor area, space configuration and utilization, air conditioning load and electrical power requirements for typical TRACON buildings;

  • Learn guidelines for floor area, space configuration and utilization, air conditioning load and electrical power requirements for typical ACSFAC buildings;

  • Learn guidelines for floor area, space configuration and utilization, air conditioning load and electrical power requirements for typical JCF buildings;

  • Learn guidelines for floor area, space configuration and utilization, air conditioning load and electrical power requirements Air Traffic Control Towers and their Base buildings;

  • Learn about the special architectural configuration and finish requirements for the various facilities;

  • Learn about security requirements for airport and airfield facilities; and

  • Learn when and where uninterruptible power supplies are needed..

Intended Audience

This course is intended for civil engineers, architectural engineers, structural engineers, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers and construction managers engaged in planning, design and construction of air traffic control facilities.

Benefit for Attendee

This course will give professional engineers and construction managers guidance for planning and design of air traffic control buildings for commercial, private and government airports and airfields.

Course Introduction

This is an introduction to typical planning and design parameters for air control facilities.

Course Summary

This course will give you technical guidance you can apply when planning and designing airport and airfield facilities.

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