Facility Alteration Permit (FAP) request
All new construction, alterations and applicable contractor activities on Airport Lands need to have written approval in the form of a Facility Alteration Permit (FAP).
Your FAP application must include the following:
- Completed (FAP or QuickFAP) Application for Airport Construction
- Sealed and signed Issued for Construction design drawings and documents
- Completed Letter of Undertaking (for tenant work only)
- Completed General Review Commitment Certificates (GRCC) from each applicable discipline
- Contractor’s Safety Documentation, which must include their Project Specific Safety Plan, NOP and Form 1000
Applications with no code issues can be expedited using the QuickFAP process, which only includes the contractor’s safety review. To find out if your project can use the QuickFAP process, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, read the FAP Application Guide (PDF, 463 KB).
Invitation to review (ITR)
Once the FAP application package is received, the CCPO will determine which independent consultants need to be involved in the project’s FAP Review Process.
An ITR will then be sent to one or all the following independent consultants depending on the scope of work:
- The Independent Code Compliance Consultant (ICCC)
- The Independent Construction Safety Consultant (ICSC)
- The Independent Utility Locates Contractor (IULC)
We will then send an Application Review Notice (ARN) email to the FAP Applicant detailing the specific requirements or additional information that may be required before the FAP (Orange Placard) can be issued.
Requirements for issuing a FAP (orange) placard
Before issuing a FAP placard, the CCPO must have the following:
- Confirmation that all code issues have been addressed by the applicant and a letter has been issued by ICCC recommending that the FAP be issued (as applicable)
- Confirmation from ICSC that they have received and reviewed all required contractor’s safety documentation
- Submission of any additional information that may have been requested in the ARN sent to the applicant when the application was received
Once CCPO has received all required information and completed its review, they will notify the applicant by email of FAP approval.
To pick up your FAP placard, contact ICSC directly. The placard must be posted on-site prior to starting any contractor activities.
FAP documents you may need
Airport construction codes and forms
- Airport Construction Code v6.0 (PDF, 2.4 MB)
- Application for Airport Construction v19.3 (PDF, 206 KB)
- Assurance of Professional Review v19 (PDF, 250 KB)
- General Review Commitment Certificate v19 (PDF, 242 KB)
- Letter of Undertaking by Tenant v18 (PDF, 124 KB)
- Request for Inspection v19(PDF, 191 KB)
Guides and reference documents
- Airport FAP Application Guide v19.1 (PDF, 549 KB)
- FAP Application Process Overview v19.1 (PDF, 254 KB)
- FAP Close-out Checklist & Guide v19.1 (PDF, 383 KB)
- FAP Fees Schedule v19.3 (PDF, 247 KB)
- Surface Penetration Process Guidelines v3.0 (PDF, 573 KB)
- Surface Penetration Checklist & Sign-off Form v3.0 (PDF, 228 KB)
- Hot Work Permits Checklist & Sign-off Form v18 (PDF, 706 KB)
- GTAA Contractor Safety Pre-Qualification Guidelines v19 (PDF, 616 KB)
- GTAA Contractor Safety Pre-Qualification Form v19 (PDF, 413 KB)
- GTAA Project Specific Safety Plan Review v18 (PDF, 723 KB)
Construction activity request
Construction activity requests can be used for the following:
- Shutdown - Submit your request at least 5 days prior to the shutdown.
- Airside activity - Submit your request using the airside activity request form at least 3 days before the activity. Send any questions to email@example.com.
- Terminal work permit - Submit your request at least 5 days before the activity (any government agency approvals requires an additional seven days). Send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Groundside activity notices - Submit your request at least 3 days before the activity. Send any questions to email@example.com.