Chuck Dennie Presenting On Runway Safety At Airport Planning, Design And Construction Symposium
On Thursday, February 19th at 4:00pm, Chuck Dennie, PE, LC, will present “Redefining BWI: An Airfield Transformation” during the Runway Safety Workshop at the 2015 ACC/AAAE Airport Planning, Design & Construction Symposium in Denver, Colorado.
Chuck’s presentation will examine runway safety improvements as part of Baltimore Washington International Airport’s (BWI) extensive airfield improvement program, and the major improvements made to operational and maintenance safety as part of this program. Chuck’s discussion will focus on the elimination of non-critical equipment and systems from the runway safety area. Having been involved with this program since 2010, Chuck has witnessed the transformation of BWI’s lighting systems and pavement geometry as they usher in a new era of airfield design.
Chuck has over ten years of expertise in electronic and visual navigational aids, airfield ground lighting and guidance signs, airfield lighting vaults, and medium and low voltage power distribution system design. Chuck has presented numerous papers at airfield lighting conferences, including “Modeling Airfield Lighting Vault Equipment for Coordination Studies” and “Calculating Airfield Lighting Circuit Insulation Resistance”, both at the Annual Airports Conference in Hershey PA.
The ACC/AAAE Planning, Design & Construction Symposium is considered the preeminent technical event for airport professionals, and offers workshops covering the latest information and developments affecting the aviation industry.
We hope to see you at the Design Symposium beginning on February 18th!