Jozef Grajek, P.Eng., MASCE1 Author, Joanna Grajek, Co-Author2
1., Principal Consultant/Senior Airport Engineer,
EJG Aviation, firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Vice President
"Runway Pavement Performance in Unusual Conditions"
OCTOBER 6, 2021
The main criteria to be satisfied in the design and construction
of airfield pavements are generally those of ensuring that
pavement is strong enough to support all type of loads imposed by
the critical aircraft and all other loads without deforming surface
profile and affecting structural integrity. This paper describes four cases
of aircraft loads on the runway during landing and take-off operations,
interaction model formulation and resistance of rolling wheels.
Special attention paid to the foreign structures and devices incorporated
into the pavement structural layers. All devices and operational units
mounted in airfield pavements interfere and weaken the structural layers.
Observed airfield pavement groups based on the transverse and longitudinal
distribution are examined and criteria for design and construction,
based upon these observations, are suggested for different categories of runways.
Jozef Grajek, M.Sc., P.E.,P.Eng.
Joanna Grajek, PM
JJG „DO” Workshop
AIRPORT UNDERGROUND UTILITIES HUB CPK
Design and Construction
Sanitary and Storm Sewers, Power, Communication, Water Supply
and Distribution, GasLines, Facilities
A major capital investment made by airport authorities and communities are the underground utilities. Sanitary systems are essential to protecting public health and welfare in all areas of concentrated population and development. Every airport and aero city produce wastewaters of domestic, commercial, and industrial origin. Sanitary sewers perform the vitally needed functions of collecting these wastewaters and conveying them to point of treatment and disposal.
Conception and development of sanitary system projects start from preliminary work.
The objective of this phase is to establish the broad technical and economic bases for environmental assessments, policy decisions and final designs. The importance of this stage cannot be overemphasized. Inadequate preliminary work will be detrimental to all succeeding phases and may endanger the successful completion of the project or cause the owner to undertake planning which may not produce the most economical or efficient result.
This stage usually culminates in an engineering report which includes various items.
As a Professional Engineer Jozef successfully completed many major utilities design and construction projects for large airports and municipalities.
Jozef Grajek, M.Sc., P.E.
Joanna Grajek, PM
JJG „DO” Workshop
AIRPORT MASTER PLAN
PLANNING DOCUMENT HUB CPK
Master Plan is based on the findings of numerous technical reports and studies generated within the context of the demand forecasts and projections for aviation services, expected technological changes and economic trends.
Requirements for airport facilities and services identified in the Hub Airport Master Plan result from comprehensive analysis of the capacity and condition of the existing state aviation network.
Master Plan reflects the dialogue with airlines, airport businesses, agencies of the state, regions, municipal and local authorities, busines community, airport users, community groups, special interest group and the public.
The role of economics in airport planning and decision-making process has become increasingly more important to the welfare of state, regions, cities, and people. Airports and aero cities generate significant amounts of employment, tax, and payroll revenues, which directly benefit local and regional economies, and have become lifelines for cities in today’s complicated marketplace.
Given this degree of economic importance, and considering the amount of land airports consume, the degree of sophisticated technology involved in their construction, and their public service function, it is no wonder that airports are among the most highly energized types of projects in the world.
The Master Plan is a planning document.
Jozef was the General Inspector of State Airports, Head of the Airport Department and Vice Chairman of the Minister of Transport Team for airports developments, including Warsaw Chopin Airport and member of team to establish PPL(former ZRLiLK). On behalf of Aviation, he worked in a team appointed to develop the State General Plan for Aviation/Airports and in international teams to establish new criteria for designing airports for NLA(New Large Aircraft)..