- Fueling Master Planning and System Upgrades
Burns & McDonnell was retained by the Hawaiian Fueling Facilities Corp. (HFFC) for several projects related to the upgrade of fueling systems operated by HFFC throughout the Hawaiian Islands.
The main project was to conduct a master planning study for the main Honolulu International Airport fuel farm and the off-airport storage facility on Oahu, called the Sand Island Storage Facility. This master plan was used to identify the capital improvement projects to be implemented over the next seven years.
Other projects have included:
- Upgrades to the control systems at fueling facilities throughout the HFFC system
- Design review of a new fueling facility on Maui
- Upgrades to the fuel tank sumping system at Sand Island and the main airport in Honolulu
- Stormwater drainage improvements
- Piping and pipe support corrosion repairs
- Electrical system and pumping system upgrades
- Investigation of existing infrastructure to develop current flow diagrams, one-line diagrams and survey files
- SCADA communications for all fuel facilities at airports including Honolulu, Hilo and Kona