Colorado Division of Aeronautics Director Receives 2020 FAA Aviation & Aerospace Partnership Award

At their 34th Annual Awards Ceremony held on October 8th the FAA’s Northwest Mountain Region presented Colorado Division of Aeronautics Director, David Ulane, with the region’s 2020 Aviation/Aerospace Partnership Award. This award recognizes an outside agency, organization or individual who makes a significant contribution to aviation safety and the accomplishment of the FAA’s Flight Plan […]

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NATA’s General Aviation Advancing America Initiative Lands at Airports Across Colorado

Recently, the National Air Transportation Association’s (NATA) “General Aviation Advancing America” initiative took flight, landing at seven total regional airports throughout Colorado. NATA Senior Vice President Ryan Waguespack led focus groups with essential community and aviation stakeholders in Loveland, Longmont, Salida, and Meadow Lake to discuss how rural airports serve as a runway for economic […]

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Dibble Engineering Welcomes Rick Zabel and Clint Sciacca

Dibble Engineering (Dibble) welcomes Rick Zabel, PE and Clint Sciacca, PE to its Denver office and the Airport Development practice. Their addition to the Airport Development practice bolsters its already robust and comprehensive airport engineering, planning, and construction management services, particularly in its expanding Colorado operations. Zabel and Sciacca bring with them expertise in large […]

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Denver International Airport Renews Contract with Telos ID to Process Background Checks for Aviation Workers

Telos® Identity Management Solutions, LLC (Telos ID), announced that the City and County of Denver has contracted with Telos ID to provide Transportation Security Administration (TSA)-approved Designated Aviation Channeling (DAC) services for processing worker background checks at Denver International Airport. Telos ID’s DAC services improve data integrity, increase the efficiency of credentialing operations and reduce […]

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Woolpert Employing UAS to Conduct TMOSS Design Surveys to CDOT Standards

Woolpert was hired to complete right-of-way (ROW) and TMOSS design surveys utilizing unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in Castle Rock, Colo. The design and ROW plan surveys are being conducted per Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) standards. TMOSS stands for InRoads Terrain Modeling Survey System and represents the best practices followed by CDOT surveyors and contract […]

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