O’Hare Fuel System Improvement Program (FSIP)

The Fuel System Improvement Program (FSIP) is a comprehensive series of projects consisting of upgrades in the existing fuel system at Chicago O’Hare International Airport, in accordance with current EPA standards and new technology.

PROJECT BACKGROUND

JWI provides program management services for construction projects identified in the Fuel System Master Plan, of which JWI was also the Program Manager.

Currently, projects within the FSIP involve three main components: tank farm projects, super satellite projects, and fuel mains impacted by the proposed new runway RW 9C/27C. The purpose of the FSIP is to administer and oversee all design, construction and project activities related to the Fuel Master Plan projects, including the relocation of transmission fuel piping and related appurtenances impacted by the massive O’Hare Modernization Program and the proposed new runway.

JWI’s roles and responsibilities include program-wide planning, scheduling, project packaging, consultant selection, design development, bidding, contract and budget management, design and construction management, and oversight during construction and closeout phases. The following projects fall under FSIP:

Terminal Vault Modifications
Truck Rack Facility
South Transmission Mains
North Transmission Mains and Extension
T5 Fuel Extension 

Tank Farm Improvements
Reclaim Tank
Super Satellite Decommissioning
TAP Satellite 1 and 2

PROJECT FACTS

  • Owner: O’Hare Fuel Company
  • Client: O’Hare Fuel Company
  • Service:  Program Management, Owner’s Representation
  • Value:  $200 million

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