The last Master Plan Update at Springfield-Branson National Airport (Sponsor or SGF) was completed in 2013. Since then, the Airport has seen significant development and shifting landscapes, including, but not limited to increased cargo presence, increased passenger service, general aviation (GA) development, and the introduction of Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) operations. These and other developments coupled with a significant shift within the aviation industry overall due to the global COVID-19 pandemic are driving the need for a Master Plan Update (MPU).
The Airport and Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc. (Consultant or CMT) understand that the industry recovery from COVID-19 is front and center in setting the stage for several aeronautical and non-aeronautical development objectives. The MPU will provide a vision for the Airport in the short, medium, and long-term timeframes of up to 20 years. The Scope of Work (SOW) contained herein is focused on completing a holistic review of existing conditions, analysis of needs and opportunities, and planning to validate and support the Airport’s vision moving forward.
Defining the airport’s goals and objectives
Assessment of current infrastructure both airside and landside facilities.
Establishing a baseline of aviation demand and forecasting operations and based aircraft over a 20-year period.
Land Use Compatibility Plan
Determining the facility needs required to meet existing and projected demand through the 20-year period.
Conceptual alternative layouts, recommendations, and order of magnitude cost estimates for potential development needed to meet the projected requirements during the 20-year period.
Identify areas of future development to implement land use and airspace control around the airport.
Implementation Plan/Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)
Master and Business Plans
Developed based on the preferred alternative to identify project priority for the near term (0-5 years), intermediate-term (6-10 years), and long-term (11-20 years).
Summary of all previous tasks and chapters to serve as the guiding planning document for the airport over the next 20 years.