Bredehoeft Promoted To President
The Board of Directors of Argus Consulting has promoted Kent F. Bredehoeft to the position of President. Kent will also continue his duties a Chief Operating Officer and Principal Project Manager. Kent has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and an M.S. in Engineering Management and will provide next generation leadership in the continued growth of Argus.
New Quito International Airport
Argus Consulting in conjunction with Allied Aviation is developing a new Aircraft Fuel Receiving, Storage and Distribution Facility to serve the new International Airport being constructed in Quito, Ecuador. This Green Field project encompasses a new Runway/Taxiway System, ATC Control Tower, Passenger Terminal Building, ARFF, Cargo Facilities, Aircraft Support Hangars, Rental Car Facility and Airport Infrastructure Systems and Facilities.
New Hydrant System at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command have selected Argus Consulting to plan and design a new Type III Aircraft Hydrant Fueling System at Davis-Monthan AFB in Tucson, Arizona. The project will include a new Fuel Receiving, Storage and Distribution Facility and Hydrant System to provide JP-8 fuel for multiple A-10 Warthog Hot Refueling Stations. Installation of additional hydrant pits will serve a wide mix of other aircraft types.
TXDOT Fueling Consultant
The Texas Department of Transportation has selected Argus Consulting as the Aircraft Fueling Consultant for a State-Wide Aviation Fuels Program. The program begins with planning and development of standard designs for jet and avgas fuels receiving, storage and distribution equipment. Once approved as a standard, specific engineering design will include a site adaptation of the equipment for about 10 Texas Airports, complete with a generic SPCC Plan for post-construction filing.
Explorer Pipeline Facilities Program in Houston
Argus Consulting was hired by Explorer Pipeline Company to perform, planning, programming, design and construction follow-on services for an expansion of their facilities, systems and services in Houston Texas. The program included the interconnection of multiple cross-country pipelines, expansion of a major pumping station and a long term, multi-phased project to increase the receiving, storage, pumping and distribution at a recently acquired terminal. The management approach for the initial phase of the project utilized a Integrated Project Delivery System that required a formal collaboration of scope, goals and objectives between Explorer, Argus and multiple contractors addressed procurement, cost and scheduled issues. The end result was a project completed on schedule and within budget.
Dallas Love Airport Environmental Services
Argus Consulting was recently selected to provide specialized environmental engineering services to address potential fuels related sub surface environmental issues. This four-year construction program includes the decommissioning of the former North Concourse Hydrant System and environmental planning. This project is a sub set of another project where Argus is providing engineering design services for a new aircraft hydrant fueling system. This new hydrant system will serve a new 20 Gate Passenger Terminal/Concourse Building at DAL.