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The TOWN OF MARANA, MARANA REGIONAL AIRPORT,  is seeking a qualified aviation consultant to conduct an Airport Master Plan Update / Part 150 Noise Study and provide general airport planning services.  All work will be required to meet Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Standards and Arizona Department of Transportation Aeronautics Division Standards.  This will be a five (5) year contract for on call services.  Request for Qualifications packages will only be available on line beginning December 28, 2004 at www.marana.com/airport-RFQRFP.html.

 
The TOWN OF MARANA, MARANA REGIONAL AIRPORT,  is seeking a qualified aviation consultant to provide airport engineering design and airport construction project management services.  All work will be required to meet Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Standards and Arizona Department of Transportation Aeronautics Division Standards.  This will be a five (5) year contract for on call services.  Request for Qualifications packages will only be available on line beginning December 28, 2004 at www.marana.com/airport-RFQRFP.html.
 
Sincerely,
 
Charles E. Mangum, CAE/CM
Airport Director
Marana Regional Airport
11700 W. Avra Valley Road
Marana, AZ  85653
Phone:  520-682-9565
Fax:  520-682-5758
 

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