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July 2011 - September 2011

 

September 2011

 
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
Sept 27 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda
Sept 13 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
Sept 12 Special Pier 69 Agenda
Sept 12​ ​Century Agenda ​Pier 69 Notice
Sept 7 Audit Pier 69 Agenda
Sept 6 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
Sept 27 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes
Sept 13 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
Sept 12 Special Pier 69 Minutes
Sept 12​ ​Century Agenda ​Pier 69 ​Minutes not available
Sept 7 Audit Pier 69 Minutes
Sept 6 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download Audio
Sept 27 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio
Sept 13 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
Sept 12 Special Pier 69 Audio
Sept 12 ​Century Agenda ​Pier 69 Audio
Sept 7 Audit Pier 69 Audio
Sept 6 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type
Sept 27 Regular
September 27, 2011 - Full meeting
3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:43)

a. Approval of Claims and Obligations for the period of August 1 through August 31, 2011, in the amount of $44,994,365.42.

b. Request Port Commission ratification of the issuance of change order #20 in the amount of $75,000 and authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue a second as yet unnumbered change order for up to $825,000, to demolish existing and install new replacement electrical panels at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport for up to a total amount of $900,000. Funds to cover the cost of the two change orders are part of the project contingency funds that were included in the previously approved Terminal Escalators Modernization authorizations (CIP #C800237).

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to proceed with design of access control additions for doors at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. This authorization is for $300,000 of a total estimated project cost of $1,800,000 (CIP #C800414).

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a professional services Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for Airline Realignment Tenant Improvements and Ticket Counter Design services totaling $10,000,000 for four years in support of upcoming improvement projects at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. No funding is associated with this authorization.

e. Ratification of critical work at Terminal 86 at the Grain Facility in accordance with Resolution No. 3605, as amended. The amount of the additional project funding is $180,000.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items
a. Authorization to increase the project budget for the Centralized Pre-Conditioned Air Project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport by $3,525,000 to include $1,610,000 for additional construction contingency, $1,096,000 for additional Port project team support, $419,000 for additional support by Port Construction Services and $400,000 for additional Design team support; and authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute an amendment to the professional service agreement with Stantec Consulting in the amount of $400,000 in accordance with Resolution No. 3605, as amended, Section 7.2.4 (CIP #C800238). (00:08:05)
7. Staff Briefings
a. Monthly Briefing – Update on the Consolidated Rental Car Facility Program. (00:20:00)
Sept 13 Regular Cancelled
Sept 12 Special
3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:44)

Approval of the minutes of the special meeting of June 28, 2011, and the regular meeting of July 12, 2011.

4. Special Order of Business
a. The Port Centennial 1911-2011. (00:04:30)
b. Presentation of U.S. flag flown over Capitol on Port Centennial. (00:03:52)
a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new services contract to provide drug and alcohol testing as part of the Project Labor Agreement Substance Abuse Program for application to all contractor craft personnel working on Airport and Seaport construction projects covered under a project labor agreement. The initial contract would be executed for a one-year term with four annual renewal options for a maximum term through September 30, 2016, with an estimated five-year total value of $500,000, based upon specific projects for which the Commission has determined the need for a project labor agreement.

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute appropriate contract documents with Century Link (previously Qwest) to continue Qwest Metropolitan Optical Ethernet services until December 31, 2015, at a cost not to exceed $990,000.

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute appropriate contract documents utilizing the Washington State Department of Information Services for the purpose of procuring technology equipment/hardware. This is not a request for funding. All purchases will be made with previously approved expense budget funding or approved capital project funding by December 31, 2015.

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Port of Seattle and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local Union No. 46, representing Electronic Technicians covering the period from June 1, 2011, through May 31, 2014. The total additional cost to the Port for the first year of the contract is $79,281.28 for total wage increase and $7,948.80 for health and welfare, for a total overall increase for year one of $87,230.08 covering all employees.
6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items
a. Approval for Century Agenda Committee preliminary goals arising from the “Achieving our Environmental Goals” Roundtable. (00:37:05)

b. Authorization to(1) execute contracts to multiple vendors for the Electrified Ground Support Equipment (EGSE) vehicle procurement and (2) execute a contract for EGSE charging units. The maximum value of these contracts over two years could be $35 million depending upon airline participation. (00:12:50)
7. Staff Briefings
a. Air Cargo Logistics Development Strategy Briefing. (00:53:28)

b. Briefing on the Airport Realignment Program at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. (00:13:30)

c. Capital Improvement Projects for the Second Quarter, 2011. (00:04:27)

d. Briefing on Port Liability Insurance Renewal for 2011-2012. (00:19:39)
Sept 12 ​Century Agenda Full Meeting (01:58:43)
Sept 7 Audit Video not Available
Sept 6 Regular Cancelled

August 2011

Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
Aug 23​ ​Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport​ Agenda
Aug 16 Special Pier 69 Agenda
Aug 9​ Century Agenda​ Pier 69​ Notice
Aug 9 Regular Pier 69 Agenda
Aug 2 Audit Pier 69 Agenda
Aug 2 Regular Pier 69 Agenda
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
Aug 23​ ​Regular ​Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes
Aug 16 Special Pier 69 Minutes
Aug 9 Century Agenda Pier 69 Minutes not available
Aug 9 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
Aug 2 Audit Pier 69 Minutes
Aug 2 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download Audio
Aug 23​ ​Regular ​Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio Part 1, Part 2
Aug 16 Special Pier 69 Audio Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Aug 9 Century Agenda Pier 69 Audio
Aug 9 Regular Pier 69 Audio
Aug 2 Audit Pier 69 Audio
Aug 2 Regular Pier 69 Audio
Date Meeting Type
Aug 23​ ​Regular
 
  
 
a. Approval of Claims and Obligations for the period of July 1 to July 31, 2011, in the amount of $45,010,663.31.
 
b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to: (1) proceed with design, and (2) use Port crews to install new security cameras at security checkpoints at Seattle Tacoma International Airport. The Port intends to purchase equipment and construct this project using Port crews and small work contractors. This authorization is for a total estimated project cost of $500,000, but the Port's share of the cost is only $100,000, with the balance of the cost being covered by a Transportation Security Administration grant (CIP #C800242).
 
c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a Memorandum of Lease Termination for Great Wall Airlines Co., Ltd. 2006-2012 Signatory Lease Operating Agreement.
 
d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise and execute a major construction contract for the Port of Seattle Maintenance Warehouse Building 2 demolition, located within the South Runway Protection Zone of Runway 16R/34L (also known as the Third Runway). The budget for this request is included in the previously authorized budget for the Third Runway Project (WP #200101/CIP #C001760).
 
6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items
 
(00:12:47)
 
b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a Management Agreement substantially as described in this memorandum for the Port's Conference and Event Centers (Bell Harbor International Conference Center, World Trade Center Seattle, Bell Street Cruise Terminal, Smith Cove Event Center and Maritime Event Center).
(00:12:46)
  
c.Ratification of the issuance of an expedited change order in the amount of
$297,136 and authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue a second change order in the amount of $123,510 to install truss heaters in the escalators of the Consolidated Rental Car Facility (RCF) in the not-to-exceed total amount of $420,646.
Funds to cover the cost of the two change orders are part of the project contingency funds that were included in previously approved RCF authorizations (MC-0315405).
(00:05:58)
 
7. Staff Briefings
 
 
b. Annual Report to the Port Commission: Port Jobs' 2010 Performance. (00:33:54)
 
8. New Business (00:13:09)
 
 
9. Policy Roundtable
 
 
Aug 16​ ​Special

Streaming Video (4:15:24)

Approval of the minutes for the Special Meeting of June 28, 2011.
 
4. Special Order of Business
 
 
7. Staff Briefings

 

Aug 9 Century Agenda Streaming Video
Aug 9 Regular

Streaming Video (02:38:37)

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:00:45)

Approval of the minutes for the Regular Meeting of June 14, 2011.

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to authorize Port Construction Services to perform work in conjunction with small works contractors in support of the Concession Unit Readiness Project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. This authorization is for $578,000 of a total estimated project cost of $2,087,000 (CIP# C800147).
 

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a Lease and Concession Agreement with U.S. Bank Corporation for the Management and Operation of an On-site Banking Facility and Automated Teller Machine Concession at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport for a term of seven years with one one-year option at the Port’s sole discretion. The total minimum annual revenue to the Port, including rent for the bank space, is $673,350.


6. Division Corporate and Commission Action Items

b. Request authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to enter into a lease termination agreement for the former Borders bookstore location at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, including the payment of $70,000 to the Borders Group, Inc., bankruptcy estate in consideration for the lease termination and release of the Airport lease from the bankruptcy liquidation proceedings. The transaction also includes waiver of amounts owed the Port for percentage rent, utility and other charges totaling approximately $28,000. The lease termination proposal has been negotiated directly with the bankruptcy liquidators. (00:03:59)

7. Staff Briefings

8. New Business (00:08:41)
 
Aug 2 Audit Video not available
Aug 2 Regular

Streaming Video Full meeting

 
4. Special Order of Business
 

 

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise and execute a major construction contract for the Tyee Valley Golf Course Area Mitigation, adjacent to Seattle Tacoma International Airport. The amount of this request is $691,000 of a total project cost of $800,000 (CIP #C800420, WP #104423).
 
b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a contract with an insurance brokerage firm for the purpose of procuring property insurance for the Port over a three-year period with two one-year extension options.
The procurement of property broker services insurance for the three years plus the two one-year renewal options is estimated at $550,000. The selection of the brokerage firms will utilize a competitive process.
 
c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute an Easement Agreement with the City of Seattle that is needed to partially meet conditions imposed by the City for the vacation of streets at the Port of Seattle’s former Terminal 105 property.
 
d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute an agreement with General Recycling of Washington, LLC (GRW) wherein the Port will agree to transfer to GRW the right the Port of Seattle has to a reduced-cost street vacation of West Marginal Way S.W. and S.W. Idaho Street, diligently pursue and satisfy any remaining conditions relating to obtaining the street vacation, pay administrative costs in the amount of $300, and pay escrow fees estimated to be $3,000 in exchange for GRW’s payment of $500,000.
 
6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

 

(00:53:31)
 
b. Discussion on determining Century Agenda Committee preliminary goals arising from the “Attracting Next Generation Industries” Roundtable. (00:30:33)
 
(1) Twelfth Amendment to the Terminal 46 lease between the Port of Seattle and Total Terminals International LLC; (2) Term Lease Agreement between the Port of Seattle and Washington State Department of Transportation at Pier/Terminal 46 North; and
(3) Term Lease Agreement between the Port of Seattle and Washington State Department of Transportation at Terminal 106. (00:09:47)
 
7. Staff Briefings
 

 

July 2011

Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
July 26 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Agenda
July 21 Special Port of Benton, Richland, WA Agenda
July 12 Regular Pier 69 Agenda
July 12 Century Agenda Pier 69 Notice
July 11 Audit Pier 69 Agenda
July 5 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
July 5 Audit Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download PDF
July 26 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Minutes
July 21 Special Port of Benton, Richland, WA Minutes not available
July 12 Regular Pier 69 Minutes
July 12 Century Agenda Pier 69 Minutes not available
July 11 Audit Pier 69 Minutes
July 5 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
July 5 Audit Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type Meeting Place Download Audio
July 26 Regular Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Audio
July 21 Special Port of Benton, Richland, WA Audio not available
July 12 Regular Pier 69 Audio
July 12 Century Agenda Pier 69 Audio
July 11 Audit Pier 69 Audio
July 5 Regular Pier 69 Cancelled
July 5 Audit Pier 69 Cancelled
Date Meeting Type
July 26 Regular

Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:17)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:46)

Approval of the regular meeting of June 7, 2011.

4. Special Order of Business

a. Recognition of the 2011 POSPD Officer of the Year and POSFD Firefighter of the Year. (00:05:18)

b. Swearing in of new Police Officers and new Firefighters. (00:08:41)

c. 2011 Triennial/Law Enforcement Full Scale Exercises at Sea-Tac Airport. (00:05:44)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:56)

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to (1) update and complete design and provide construction support using an existing indefinite delivery/ indefinite quantity contract; (2) execute one-year contracts, with options to renew for four one-year periods, to lease or purchase nine two-megawatt generators and associated equipment and material; (3) advertise and execute a major construction-project-specific, unit-price contract; and (4) authorize utilization of Port Forces for the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Temporary Backup Power Project, for a total project authorization of $3,100,397. Fuel for generators will be procured under an existing open order contract (WP #104570).

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to prepare design and construction bid documents, using Port Engineers to design the replacement of approximately 167,000 square feet of roof systems located at the Fire Station and on the north end of the Main Terminal at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. This authorization is for $200,000 of a total estimated project cost of $4,770,000 (CIP #C800459).

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to advertise and execute a major construction contract for the United States Postal Service (USPS) Demolition Project at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and authorize Port Construction Services to self-perform work in support of the USPS Demolition project. The amount of this request is $5,605,000, and the total cost of the project is $43,900,000. (WP #104110/CIP #C800254).

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue a contract amendment to the Port of Seattle’s existing Elevator and Escalator Maintenance Contract for the balance of the 2011 calendar year. This amendment provides additional repair and maintenance workers to be on duty to respond to escalator outages during the construction project and will increase the monthly cost of the existing contract by $130,115 for the five remaining months of 2011 beginning in August. The amount of this request is $650,575, which makes the total estimated cost of the work $3,965,891. Commission previously authorized $3,315,316 of the total in the 2011 budget.

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to proceed with executing service agreements, preparations of construction documents, project management and permitting tasks for the design phase of Terminal 91, C-175 Building Roof Replacement Project. The amount of this request is $190,000, bringing the current authorization for the project to $240,000 for a total estimated project cost of $2,445,000 (CIP #C800430).

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a professional services indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract to perform continuous process improvement services with a total value of $300,000 and contract duration of two base years plus two individual option years for a total of four (4) years. No budget authorization request is associated with this authorization. (00:14:17)

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute (1) a project specific contract to assist Port staff on the runway 16C/34C replacement not to exceed $1,000,000, until the project is completed, and (2) an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract for airfield technical support assistance not to exceed $1,750,000 over 4 years for various upcoming airfield operational and safety evaluations, evaluation of tenant and Federal Aviation Administration projects that may affect airfield operations, and capital improvement projects at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The total value of contracts is $2,750,000, but no funds are requested at this time. (00:10:04)

c. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to modify the Scope of Work for the Runway 16C/34C Surface Panel Replacement project by extending the project period through the end of 2012, and approval of the use of $200,000 of the previously authorized funds to prepare design documents for a surface panel replacement construction contract to be advertised and constructed in 2012. The total cost of this project is $4,169,262 (CIP #C800112). (00:02:19)

d. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to complete the design and perform any advance work in support of the 2012 Pavement and Joint Sealant Project for non-runway concrete pavement panels and joint seal replacement, spall repair and associated or temporary facilities, such as striping, lighting, etc., on the Aircraft Operations Area in anticipation of a 2012 construction contract. Budget requested for this work is $465,000 out of an estimated total program cost of $30,800,000 for the multi-year program (CIP #C102573). (00:02:11)

e. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to issue a change order for the Consolidated Rental Car Facility project to extend the completion date by an amount not to exceed 80 calendar days. Although the Port has received a claim for additional costs related to schedule delay, this extension would specifically not, at this time, be compensable to the general contractor/construction manager or any subcontractors (MC-0315405). (00:02:12)

f. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a project specific contract to support Concessions Planning and Leasing Services at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The services to be provided under this procurement are estimated at a maximum of $3.0 million for three years with a one two-year extension option. No budget is associated with this authorization. Budget will be included within annual budget requests that are reviewed and approved by the Commission. (00:17:44)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Monthly briefing on the Consolidated Rental Car Facility Program. (00:15:36)

b. Briefing on the Fifth Amendment to the Terminal 18 Lease and the Second Amendment to the Terminal 18 Crane Agreement with SSA Containers, Inc. and SSA Terminals, LLC, and on the First Amendment to the Supplemental Crane Agreement between the Port and the Trustee. (00:22:03)

8. New Business

a. Overview of Concessions Stakeholder Involvement Process and Worker Retention. (00:22:24)

b. Commission Discussion of a (Draft) Proposed Directive on Worker Retention for the Concessions Program at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. (00:15:44)

x. Public testimony for items 6f, 8a and 8b. (00:27:50)

July 21 Special Video Not  Available
July 12 Regular

Streaming Video

1. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance (00:01:17)

3. Approval of Minutes (00:00:39)

Approval of the Regular Meeting of May 10, 2011, and the Special Meeting of May 24, 2011.

4. Special Order of Business

a. The Port Centennial: 1911-2011. (00:04:03)

b. Presentation by Puget Sound Regional Council of the 2011 VISION 2040 Award. (00:09:02)

5. Unanimous Consent Calendar (00:00:44)

a. Approval of Claims and Obligations for the period of June 1 through June 30, 2011, in the amount of $37,884,606.79. ]

b. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to execute a new Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Port of Seattle and the International Association of Machinists, Local Union No. 289, representing Parts-Procurement Representatives covering the period from January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2013. The total overall additional cost to the Port for the first year of the contract is $13,723.00, $11,523.00 for total wage increases covering all employees and $2500 for one-time bonus payments to five employees at the top of the wage scale.

6. Division, Corporate and Commission Action Items

a. Authorization for the Chief Executive Officer to 1) proceed with the design of phase 1 of the Airfield Lighting Control and Monitoring System (ALCMS) project; 2) execute purchases and authorize Port Construction Services and Port crews to self-perform work for phase 1 of the project; and 3) execute a contract for the phase 2 consultant, hardware purchase, and resulting software upgrades. The total cost of the ALCMS Upgrades project at the Seattle Tacoma International Airport is $2,109,000. This request seeks a single Commission authorization to move forward with design and construction of phase 1, selection of a phase 2 design consultant, execution of a phase 2 contract, purchase of hardware, and necessary final testing (CIP #C800415). (00:07:44)

b. Authorization or the Chief Executive Officer to execute a project specific professional services contract for technical and engineering services related to Stormwater Phase I permit compliance anticipated to be issued in 2012 for the Seaport and Real Estate divisions. The contract is intended to support the transition from the existing permit and the life of the permit. The life of the permit is expected to be 5 years, so the duration of the contract could be up to 6 years. The estimated contract value for the six year duration is $8,757,000. (00:30:37)

c. Approval of Century Agenda Committee preliminary goals for “Moving People.” Current recommendations include: Fully meet the region’s air transportation needs for the next 25 years; Make Seattle-Tacoma International Airport the West Coast “Gateway of Choice” for international travel; Double the number of international flights and destinations; Double the economic value of cruise traffic to Washington State; Be a catalyst for establishing this region as a premier destination for tourists from Asia, Europe, and other targeted international areas. (00:35:25)

7. Staff Briefings

a. Briefing on the Northwest Ports Clean Air Strategy 2010 Implementation Report and the interim report on accelerating Seaport Clean Air Goals. (01:36:05)

b. Terminal 91 Strategic Planning Briefing. (POSTPONED)

8. New Business (00:11:03)

a. Public Testimony

July 12 Century Agenda Streaming Video
July 5 Regular Cancelled
July 5 Audit Cancelled

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