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SNOW CONTRACTOR MANUAL 



FOR 



1990-1991 SNOW SEASON 



CITY OF CHICAGO 



DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION 






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IN APPRECIATION AND RECOGNITION 
OF EVERYONE WHO CONTRIBUTED 

TO THE SUCCESSFUL 
O'HARE SNOW REMOVAL PROGRAM 

HIWINNER OF THE BERNT BALCHEN AWARD!!! 

1978, 1988, 1989 



THE COLONEL BERNT BALCHEN AWARD 




'Today goes fast, and tomorrow is almost here, and maybe 
I have helped a little in the change. So I go on to the next 
adventure, looking to the future but always thinking back 
to the past, remembering my teammates and the lonely 
places I have seen that no man ever saw before . . ." 

Bernt Baichrn 

FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN 
AIRPORT SNOW AND ICE CONTROL 

LARGE AND MEDIUM HUB U.S. CIVILIAN AIRPORTS. 



CONTRACTORS INSTRUCTION MANUAL 

Table of Contents 

Introduction 1 

Contract Obligations to the City 1 

Parameter of Snow Removal Operations 2 

Contractor Assignment and Call-Out Procedure 2 

A. Airfield Ramp Contractor Call-Out 3 

B. Snow Dump Call-Out 3 

C. Parking Call-Out 4 

D. Maintenance Garage & Roadways 4 

Airport Rules and Regulations 4 

GENERAL RULES 5 

DRIVING RULES 6 

SECURITY RULES 6 

Airport Visit 8 

Obstructions 8 

Losses or Damages to Property 8 

Contractor's Equipment Failure 8 

Parking Restrictions 9 

Vehicle Entrance Points 9 

Contractor Supervisors 9 

Training 9 

Performance Evaluation 9 

Submission of M/WBE Participation Information 10 

Airport Layout 10 



APPENDI 


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Contractor Ramp Map 

Initial and Full Call-Out Equipment 

Requirement 

Assignment Matrix 

Contractor Call-Out Sheet 



Snow Dump Contractor Map 
Initial and Full Call-Out Equipment 
Requirement 
Assignment Matrix 
Contractors Assigned areas 
Contractor Call-Out Sheet 



APPENDIX C 

Exhibit 
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Parking Area Contractor Map 
Call-Out Equipment Requirement 
Assignment Matrix 
Contractor Call-Out Sheet 



APPENDIX D 



Entrance Road Map 



APPENDIX E 

Exhibit 

Exhibit 



Contractor Performance Evaluation 

Form 

Aviation Facility Restricted Area 

Access Application Form 



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CONTRACTORS 
INSTRUCTION MANUAL 



1. Introduction 



This manual has been prepared for contractors utilized at O'Hare International Airport 
for snow removal operations. The purpose of the manual is to provide an overview of the 
contractor's assignment and responsibility and to reiterate salient portions of the 
contract requirements. This document in no way replaces the contract between the City 
and the contractor. 

2. Contract Obligations to the City 

The following is a brief description of key obligations that are contained in the contract 
between the City and contractors. This listing does not contain a_H items within the 
contract-but highlights those that impact the day-to-day operations of the Snow 
Removal Program. The contractor shall: 

provide phone numbers for: 1. 24 hour answering service 

2. Office and pager numbers 

3. Key personnel 

accept emergency calls on a 24 hour basis. 

have equipment and operators available and ready to commence snow removal 
operations within a maximum response time of two(2) hours or less. 

provide operators, equipment, and supervisors during periods of snow removal 
operations. 

comply with any and all rules, regulations, directions and safety standards while 
performing snow removal operations at O'Hare Airport. 

maintain daily time sheets signed by their supervisor in charge at the airport 
and countersigned by an authorized representative of the Department of 
Aviation to verify work actually done. 

Daily time sheets shall include the following information (The prime contractor shall be 
responsible for all time sheets, including their subcontractors) 

1 . Date and time of call out requested by the Department of Aviation. 

2. Number of pieces and type of equipment used. 

3. Names, signatures, and social security numbers of operators and 
supervisors vorking at the airport during the snow call-out. 

4. Date and time of arrival at work site. 

5. Date and time of departure from the work site. 
6 Location of work site (i.e., assigned area). 



The contractor shall submit a copy of each daily time sheet for the applicable month 
with the City Form C.P. 45 invoices to verify all charges. 

All timekeeping and work order records kept by the contractor shall be available for 
inspection by City representatives upon request. 

3. Parameter of Snow Removal Operations 

The Department of Aviation has snow removal responsibilities for all runways, taxiways, 
aircraft passenger ramps, gate positions, roadways, all parking lots, the roof area of the 
parking structure and the adjacent driveways and sidewalks within the terminal facility. 
The Snow Removal Plan of operations, developed by the Department of Aviation, breaks 
down these responsibilities into the following major groupings: 

1. Department of Aviation equipment and personnel are primarily utilized to 
remove snow on runways, taxiways, sidewalks, and roadways. 

2. Contractors are hired to provide equipment and operations to clear: 

aircraft passenger ramps and gate positions 

assist DOA on the FIS roadway as needed 

to maintain the snow dump sites 

parking lots and the 6th level of parking structure 

3. Airlines are responsible for snow removal operations on their respective 
hangar and cargo ramps. 

4. Contractor Assignment and Call-Out Procedure 

Contractors retained by the City are assigned to three (3) general areas within the 
O'Hare International Airport complex: 

airfield-ramps 

snow dumps 

6th level of the parking structure and parking lots 

In addition, the City may exercise the option to have contractor(s) assist DOA on 
selected roadways. 

The Department of Aviation has developed an overall master plan for snow removal 
operations at O'Hare Airport. Within this plan, three DOA Divisions have responsibility 
and criteria for calling out snow contractors based on both anticipated and existing 
weather conditions. While these divisions work in close coordination, each division has 
formulated its own weather criteria for calling out contractors. Consequently, weather 
cor J itions that require contracts cal'-out on airfield ramps do not automatically require 
paring contractors to be called-out. 



When a Contractor call-out is made by a DOA Division, the contractor is obligated to be 
at their respective location at O'Hare within two (2) hours of the call-out. It is 
imperative that all contractors respond to the call-out in a timely fashion. Contractor 
response is very critical to public safety at O'Hare; any failure to respond by a 
contractor will be promptly reported and documented by DOA, and could lead to default 
action by the City. 

A. Airfield Ramp Contractor Call-Out 

City Operations determines when to call-out contractors for the airfield 
ramps. Contractor assignments are illustrated in Appendix "A" Exhibit 1. 
During a snow alert, City Operations also determines which contractors 
will be needed on the ramps for an initial or full call-out, as defined in 
Appendix "A" Exhibit 2. Only that equipment defined as "full call-out" is 
included in the minimum guaranteed payment. However, should weather 
conditions necessitate additional equipment as defined by DOA, the City 
retains the option to request any additional equipment enumerated in the 
contractor's proposal. 

Note: In the event that a contractor has both an airfield ramp assignment and a snow 
dump or parking assignment, the contractor should not automatically stage 
his/her equipment in a snow dump unless specifically directed by Operations or 
stage equipment in a parking lot unless specifically directed by the Director of 
Parking. AN AIRFIELD RAMP CONTRACTOR CALL-OUT PERTAINS ONLY 
TO RAMP EQUIPMENT UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 



NOTE: 



B. Snow Dump Call-Out 

City Operations determines when to call-out contractors for the snow 
dumps. Contractors assignments to the snow dumps are illustrated in 
Appendix "B", Exhibit 1. During a snow alert, City Operations also 
determines whether contractors will be needed in the snow dumps for an 
initial or full call-out, as defined by Appendix "B", Exhibit 2. Only that 
equipment defined as "full call-out" is included in the minimum 
guaranteed payment. However, should weather conditions necessitate 
additional equipment as defined by DOA, the City retains the option to 
request any additional equipment enumerated in the contractor's proposal. 

In the event that a contractor has both a snow dump assignment and an airfield 
ramp or parking assignment, the contractor should not automatically stage 
his/her equipment on the ramp unless specifically directed by Operations or 
stage equipment in a parking lot unless specifically directed by the Director of 
Parking. A SNOW DUMP CONTRACTOR CALL-OUT PERTAINS ONLY TO 
DUMP EQUIPMENT UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 



NOTE: 



C. Parking Call-Out 

The Director of Parking determines when to call-out contractors for the 
parking structure and lots. Contractors assignment to the parking 
structure and parking lots are illustrated in Appendix "C", Exhibit 1. 
During a snow alert, the equipment and personnel contractor call-out 
requirements are defined by Appendix "C", Exhibit 2. Only these 
requirements are included in the minimum guaranteed payment. 
However, should weather conditions necessitate additional equipment as 
defined by DOA, the City retains the option to request any additional 
equipment enumerated in the Contractor's proposal. 

In the event that a contractor has both a parking assignment and an airfield 
ramp or snow dump assignment, the contractor should not automatically stage 
his/her equipment on the ramps or in the dumps unless specifically directed by 
City Operations. A PARKING CONTRACTOR CALL-OUT PERTAINS ONLY 
TO PARKING EQUIPMENT UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 



NOTE: 



D. Maintenance Garage & Roadways 

The General Foreman of Motor Truck Drivers determines when and if 
contractor(s) are needed to supplement DOA snow removal on the 
roadways. The General Foreman also calls out the contractor assigned to 
the Maintenance Garage. 

The contractor assigned to the Maintenance Garage is illustrated in 
Appendix "C", Exhibit 1. The equipment requirement for this contractor 
is defined in Appendix "C" Exhibit 2. Only these requirements are 
included in the minimum guaranteed payment. However, should weather 
conditions necessitate additional equipment as defined by DOA, the City 
retains the option to request any additional equipment enumerated in the 
contractor's proposal. 

In the event that the Maintenance Garage contractor or the supplemental 
roadway contractor also has either a ramp, snow dump or parking assignment, 
the contractor should not automatically stage his/her equipment on a ramp or 
snow dump unless specifically directed by Operations or stage equipment in a 
parking lot unless specifically directed by the Director of Parking. A 
MAINTENANCE GARAGE OR ROADWAY CALL-OUT PERTAINS ONLY TO 
MAINTENANCE GARAGE OR ROADWAY EQUIPMENT UNLESS OTHERWISE 
SPECIFIED. 



5. Airport Rules and Regulations 

Safety and Security at O'Hare Airport is >f paramount concern to the Department of 
Aviation. The FAA and the air carriers share this concern. The following rules and 
regulations must be complied with by each Contractor, subcontractor, and operator while 
operating within the Air Operations Area (AOA). 



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GENERAL RULES 

a. It is understood that during the period of contractor performance on the 
airfield, side, aircraft will continue exiting runways, taxiways, and 
loading aprons. The airport will be used for continuous operations of 
scheduled and unscheduled civilian aircraft. Arrivals and departures are 
under the control of the FAA Control Tower Operator. Use of the airport 
by all aircraft shall have precedence over all of the contractor's 
operations. 

b. The Contractor shall cooperate fully with the Department of Aviation and 
in all matters pertaining to public safety and airport operation and shall 
comply with the rules and regulations as defined by the Department of 
Aviation. 

c. The contractor shall not permit his/her employees or any other other 
persons over whom he/she has supervision to enter or remain upon, or 
within proximity to an aircraft movement area, defined as runways, 
taxiways, or ramps, if the Department of Aviation deems it hazardous to 
any aspect of airfield operations. Proper authority must be secured from 
the Department of Aviation. 

d. Between sunset and sunrise, all equipment shall be marked with yellow 
flashing beacon construction lights, conforming to FAA specifications. 
(FAA Advisory Circular 1 50/52 1 0-5B Painting, Marking and Lighting of 
Vehicles Used On An Airport). 

e. All supervisor vehicles that routinely traverse any portion of the AOA 
under air traffic control (ATC) should be provided with a flag on a staff 
attached to the vehicle so that the flag will be readily visible. This flag 
should be at least a 3 foot square having a checkered pattern of 
international orange and white squares at least 1 foot on each side. 
(Refer to FAA Advisory Circular 1 50/52 1 0-5B) 

f. All vehicles must have a number attached for easy identification. These 
numbers must appear on each side of the vehicles and in a location visible 
to the DOA Operations and Security personnel. 

g. All obstruction lights shall be kept continuously in operation between 
sunset and sunrise seven (7) days a week and also during any daylight 
periods when aircraft ceiling is below 500 feet and visibility is less than 
five (5) miles. Information on ceiling and visibility may be obtained by 
the Contractor on request at the office of City Operations (686-2255). 
Proper compliance with these obstruction light requirements is essential 
to the orotect 1 >n of aircraft and huma" 'ife and the contractor has th 
respons bility o1 laking ihe initiative at ail times to be aware of ceil 
and visibility conditions, without waiting for a City representative to ask 
the contractor to post obstruction lights. 

h. The Contractor shall, at all times, maintain all necessary protection to 
safeguard the public and all persons engaged in the work and shall take 
safety precautions as will accomplish such and, without interference to 
the public, or maintenance and operations of the airport. 



2. DRIVING RULES 

All contractors will receive copies of the O'Hare Airport Driving Rules and 
Regulations. The procedures outlined in this directive will be strictly enforced 
by designated City personnel. (Contractors will maintain a 30 ft. separation 
between their equipment and all aircraft, without exception.) Aircraft have the 
right of way at all times. 

ALL VEHICLES MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH TWO WAY RADIO COMMUNICATION 
DEVICES TO INSURE PROPER COORDINATION BETWEEN THE SUPERVISOR ON THE 
LOCATION, THEIR COMPANY HEADQUARTERS, AND OPERATORS ON THE 
AIRFIELD. 

3. SECURITY RULES 

The Prime Contractor must complete a five (5) year background check on all 
his/her employees and the subcontractor's employees prior to the issuance of 
personnel snow security badges. Written verification of these background 
checks must be submitted to the Department of Aviation. Thereafter, badges 
will be issued to the contractor for distribution. A sample snow access badge 
form and vehicle permit form are in Appendix E, Exhibit 2. 

Each prime contractor is responsible for contacting the Department of Aviation 
to obtain the necessary number of Restricted Area Access Applicant Forms. 
The prime contractor is responsible for completing these forms on each 
individual and vehicle, including subcontractors. The contractor must certify 
references and the employment history of each applicant. Upon completion of 
the applications, the contractor must return the form to DOA. Prior to the 
issuance of a series of snow badges, the prime contractor must sign an affidavit 
verifying that the five (5) year background checks were completed including 
those for subcontractor(s). The number of snow badges a contractor will be 
issued will be based solely on the number of completed forms submitted to the 
Department of Aviation. 

NOTE: Each contractor must complete sufficient forms and background checks to 
ensure that the firm and its subcontractor(s) have requested enough snow 
badges to ensure that his/her personnel can gain access to operate all 
equipment specified in his/her proposal for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Each 
contractor/subcontractor must present a complete list of all personnel to 
O'Hare Associates, the DOA's private security coordinator. 



During a snow call-out, the contractor is responsible for ensuring that his/her 
personnel have badges prior to arriving at the airport. Badges must be 
displayed on outer apparel at all times. All equipment must also be issued a 
vehicle permit. The contractor is instructed in Appendix A as where to gain 
access to the airfield. No employee of the contractor will be granted access 
through security checkpoints unless both the vehicle and the driver of the 
vehicle display current permits and Snow security badges. The Snow security 
badge will enable access only during the period that Aviation Operations has a 
snow call-out in effect. 

Additionally, the contractor's personnel who function as supervisors and those 
that escort the contractor's equipment/operators to their designated snow 
areas, must also obtain and display an orange ORD (O'Hare) security badge in 
addition to the snow badge. Furthermore, the contractor must complete a five 
(5) year background check on all personnel required to obtain the orange ORD 
security badge. This includes supervisors, escorters, and other individuals the 
contractor designates for unescorted access. Employees of the contractor 
displaying only a snow security badge must be escorted to their designated area 
by properly badged supervisors or escorters of the contractor. 

The contractor, his/her personnel and vehicles working within the airport 
security limits shall be properly identified as determined by the Department of 
Aviation, and shall comply with all airport security regulations. Failure to 
comply may result in revocation of access to the airport followed by default 
action by the City. In addition, the following regulations must be adhered to: 

weapons, alcohol, illegal drugs or other contraband will not be allowed on 
the airfield 

individuals on the airfield are to remain within 20 feet of their equipment 

individuals must remain within their assigned area and haul routes unless 
otherwise instructed by DOA 

all individuals handling equipment must be familiar and comply with the 
State of Illinois, the City of Chicago, and the Department of Aviation's 
motor vehicle driving regulations and procedures 

relief periods for individuals must be pre-arranges and supervised by an 
authorized escort of the contracting company. 



6. Airport Visit 

The contractor shall make every effort to familiarize her/himself with the locations of 
entrances and areas in and around the airport, and with airport operations which may 
affect their ability to satisfactorily perform snow removal operations. 

The Contractor shall be responsible for visiting work sites to fully familiarize 
her/himself with the location and the conditions to be encountered which may affect 
his/her work and to fully understand the nature and scope of the work. No allowances 
shall be granted to the Contractor for conditions which should have been foreseen by 
proper examination. 

7. Obstructions 

The contractor and his/her employees shall exercise extreme caution and care to avoid 
actual or potential damage to any permanent or movable object or structure on airport 
property during its snow removal operations. 

The Contractor shall pay particular attention to the locations of aircraft, airport service 
vehicles, treadles, wheel stops, oil/fuel caps, drains, touchdown signs and lights, signs, 
light posts, fences, gates, markers, in surface lighting, electrical fixtures and other 
obstructions prior to the commencement of his/her operation. 

8. Losses or Damages to Property 

The Contractor shall be held responsible for any and all damage that he/she may cause to 
the aforementioned obstruction during his/her snow removal operations and shall 
reimburse the City for all costs incidental to any damage. 

The Contractor shall be responsible for and shall pay for damages to new and existing 
building structures, material, equipment, plant, stock, aircraft, airport service vehicles 
and apparatuses where damages are directly related to work done under this contract or 
where such damage is the result of neglect or carelessness on the part of the Contractor, 
its employees, or subcontractors. 

9. Contractor's Equipment Failure 

The City shall not pay time charges to the contractor for any of his/her pieces of 
equipment called out which will not start or operate properly due to mechanical failure 
once at the work site. 

The Contractor shall pay for all service vehicles, parts and mechanics time in the event 
one of their pieces of equipment breaks down. If the contractor fails to repair a vehicle 
within a reasonable timeframe, he/she should call for a replacement vehicle of the same 
type f a arrive at the work site. 



10 Parking Restrictions 

The Contractor shall, at all times, require his/her employees to park their automobiles in 
the public parking lots at the Airport. 

The Contractor's employees must not at any time park their automobiles, no matter how 
short the duration in any drive road or any other location within the boundaries of 
Chicago O'Hare International Airport. 

The Commissioner may authorize parking at the Contractor's designated storage area, if 
existing conditions permit. 

1 1. Vehicle Entrance Points 

As per Appendix "A" assignments, Contractor snow removal equipment will enter 
Chicago O'Hare International Airport at one of two points: Touhy and Mount Prospect 
Roads (Guard Post #1), or Mannheim Road, between Lawrence Avenue and Irving Park 
Road via the airport service road or Bessie Coleman Drive to Guard Post #11. Refer to 
Appendix D. 

12. Contractor Supervisors 

Contractors engaged in snow removal operations shall have a supervisor in their 
designated work areas at all time when work is being performed. 

Contractors are responsible for providing drivers relief and the fueling and maintenance 
of their equipment. Each contractor must provide a minimum of one supervisor to 
monitor their snow removal operations or more as defined in the Call-Out Equipment 
Requirement exhibits. 

13. Training 

Upon the award of a contract the contractor and his/her appropriate personnel shall be 
required to attend training sessions(s) as defined by the Department of Aviation. 

14. Performance Evaluation 

Each contractor will be evaluated on the basis of prompt response to call-out, 
performance, supervision and compliance with safety and security, rules and regulations 
during each call-out by personnel designated by the First Deputy Commissioner of 
Aviation. A sample performance evaluation form is in Appendix "E", Exhibit 1. 



15. Submission of M/WBE Participation Information 

Each contractor must comply with the City's goals relative to the participation of 
Minority/Women Business Enterprises (M/WBE). Consequently, each contractor shall 
provide the City a breakdown of the participation of minority and female firms. Such a 
report is due on the 15th of each month, beginning December 15th. Specifically, the 
contractor shall disclose the total amount of dollars received by the firm for snow 
removal, along with the percentage of dollars that was bid to all subcontractors. 
Reports shall be sent to: 

Timothy O. Phillips 

Deputy Commissioner 

Chicago O'Hare International Airport 

Department of Aviation 

P.O. Box 66142 

Chicago, Illinois 60666 

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An overview of the airport layout is illustrated in Exhibit 1 on the following page. 



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Exhibit II Initial and Full Call-Out Equipment Requirement 

Exhibit III Assignment Matrix 

Exhibit IV Contractor Call-Out Sheet 



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CALL-OUT CONTACT SHEET 
1990-91 SNOW SEASON 



APPENDIX A 
EXHIBIT IV 



Chicago O'Hare International Airport 
P.O. Box 66142 
Chicago, Illinois 60666 



Operations 24 Hr. Phone 



Snow Desk 



686-2255 
686-2256 
686-2257 
686-2322 
686-2323 



Contractors: 



Greco Contractors, Inc. 
2 1 00 S. Mt. Prospect Road 
DesPlaines, Illinois 60618 



**UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED ALL 
THE FOLLOWING ARE AREA CODE 708 



24 Hr. Answering Service 

Ted Milas 

John Gleason 

Craig Shellman 

Rick Greco 

Ron Greco 

John Coleman 



635-7800 

991-6114 

827-0364 

439-5416 

(815)338-6383 

(815)338-6383 

532-4878 



Hudson General Corporation 
1 86 Armstrong Court 
DesPlaines, Illinois 60018 



24Hr. Answering Service 

Norm Kaiser 

(312)Pager 310-7250) 

Ross Jacobs 

(3 12)Pager 660-3851) 

Kirk Heyde 

(312)Pager310-7992) 

Uwe Dannhauer 

(3 12)Pager 660-3852) 



(312)686-6565 

298-6140 

766-7194 

991-7482 

364-4167 

824-7186 



Lindahl Brothers 
622 E. Green Street 
Bensenville, Illinois 60106 



24 Hr. Answering Service 
Bud Lindahl, Jr. 
Clarence Lindahl 
John Lindahl 
Larry Lindahl 
Allen Lindahl 



(312)622-4500 

766-1508 

595-8862 

766-7336 

980-4227 

351-2501 



Mc Kay Contractors, Inc. 
11600W. Irving Park Road 
Bensenville, Illinois 60106 



24 Hr. Answering Service 

Mike Mc Kay 

Allen Dadian 

Bill Scannell 

Stan Pryka 

Bill McKay 

D.J. McKay 



(312)625-7363 

584-9394 

213-2522 

885-9028 

289-2041 

377-6669 

513-0104 



APPENDIX A 
EXHIBIT IV 
(cont'd) 



AIRFIELD RAMP CONTRACTORS 
CALL-OUT CONTACT SHEET 
1990-91 SNOW SEASON 



Milburn Brothers, Inc. 
1100 Brandt Drive 
Elgin, Illinois 60120 



24 Hr. Answering Service 695-9300 

BurtDahlstrom 253-6078 

Warren Dahlstrom 437-1224 

Mike Henry 893-9368 

Pete Phillips 526-3807 



Riemer Brothers 

900 Elmhurst Road 

Elk Grove, Illinois 60007 



Roy Strom Excavating & Grading, Inc. 
1201 Greenwood Avenue 
Maywood, Illinois 60153 



Main Office 
Wally Poehler 
(Pager (312) 812-8254) 
Wayne Reed 
(Pager 314-2078) 
Greg Reimer 
Tim Hanson 
(Pager (312)812-8255) 

24 Hr. Answering Service 



Thomas Forrestal 
George Strom 
Roy Strom 
Jim Dewitt 
Dave More 



437-6330 
213-8018 

885-2018 

215-9359 
428-0275 



(312)237-4440 

(312)237-5030 

344-5000 

366-6058 

366-8993 

469-3526 

858-4398 

279-9690 



APPENDIX B 



Exhibit I Contractor Snow Dump Map 

Exhibit II Initial and Full Call-Out Equipment Requirement 

Exhibit lll-A Assignment Matrix 

lll-B Contractors Assigned Areas 

Exhibit IV Contractor Call-Out Sheet 



APPENDIX B 
EXHIBIT 1 



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Appendix B 
Exhibit II 



INITIAL CALL 



SNOW DUMP EQUIPMENT 

FULL CALL 



D1 



Lindahl (1) dozer 



Lindahl (2) dozers, D2Agradall, (1) backhoe 



D2 



Riemer Bros (1) dozer 
Englewood-Urban (1) backhoe 



Riemer Bros (2) dozers 
Englewood-Urban (1) backhoe 



D2A 



Lindahl (1) dozer frm D1 



Lindahl (1) dozer moved frm D1 
Greco (1) dozer moved frm D3 

McKay (1) gradall 



D3 



Greco-Medley ( 1 ) dozer 
Englewood-Urban (1) backhoe 



Greco-Medley (2) dozers 
Englewood-Urban (1) backhoe 



D4 



Roy Strom (1) dozer 



Roy Strom (1) dozer, (1) backhoe 



D5 



Milburn (2) dozer 



Milburn (2) dozer, (2) backhoe 



D6 



Northern Exc (1) dozer 
McKay ( 1 ) dozer, ( 1 ) backhoe 



Northern Exc (1) dozer 
McKay (1) dozer, (1) backhoe 



SM/D5 Hudson Gen (1)hi-lift 

(On special call only) 



Hudson Gen (1) hi-lift, (1) backhoe 



NOTES: 

All equipment should be in place by 1 1/16/90. 

Lock on D6 belongs to McKay. 

Hudson General will commute from their yard to the SM/D5 and back. 



APPENDIX B 
EXHIBIT IH-A 



AREAS AVAILABLE: 



SNOW DUMP SITES 
ASSIGNMENT MATRIX 



D 1 Approx 550 X 500 ft 275,000 sq ft 

D2 Approx 375 X 425 ft 1 59,375 sq ft 

D2A APPROX 800 X 700 ft 560,000 sq ft 

D3 Approx 300 X 900 ft 270,000 sq ft 

D4 Approx 425 X 450 ft 191,250 sq ft 

D5 Approx 400 X 500 ft 200,000 sq ft 

SM Snow Melter 

D6 Approx 300 X 500 ft 1 80,000 sq ft 

S1/S2 Staging area for snow equipment available 



CONTRACTORS ASSIGNED AREAS 
AND ADDITIONAL AREAS 



APPENDIX B 
EXHIBIT lll-B 



Hudson General: 



McKay: 



Milburn: 



Riemer: 



Roy Strom: 



Greco: 



Lindahl: 



1 . North side of " L" Concourse, International Hardstand, 
Butler Ramp. 

2. *Run 2-3 large rubber blades on Inner Twy from United Express 
to Inner Bridge. (DOA escort required) 

3. *C- 1 , C-2, C-3, C-4, Wedge, Outer/Wedge/Cargo Triangle. 

4. 2 roads in front of Rescue 3 between the Service Road and the 
Cargo Twy** Rescue 3 parking lot if heavy snowfall. 

1. "L-K" Concourse and i"H-K" "Y". 

2. *Stub Twy, North/South Twy, Branch Twy, 27L pad. East/West 
Snow Rd., snow can be wind rowed to the south side of the road 
unless a haul-out is requested by DOA**. 

1. 2/3 "G- H" Channel from Gate G-5 to Gate G-1 west to the G 
Concourse and ? of the "H - K" "Y". 

2. *Crossovers between Inner & Outer C-4, Wedge, (with Hudson 
General), C-5, C-6, North/South, C-7, C-8 and C-9. 

1. F -G Channel & east side of the "G" Concourse to the lease line 
from the Inner to G-5. 

2. Rescue 1 access road to SW Cargo Twy - re-check after 
South/West Twy is plowed. 

3. Old Irving, access road to 4R pad and 4R pad. Remain clear of 
Rwy4R-22L 

4. South Block House lot if heavy snow. 

1. i "B,C-E" Channel and "E-F" "Y". 

2. * Crossovers C- 10, (T-1, T-2, and T-3 between Inner and Outer 
and the 14R parallel), C-1 1, C-12, triangle and Outer-Jog split, 
T-4 between 14R parallel and Jog. 

1. "B-C" to i of "B-C-E" Channel. Northern limit Gates B-6, C- 
15, C-12. 

2. *Penalty Box, Rescue 2 access road, Duckworth Dr. to 14L 
parr**. 

North Block House to 14L parallel**, 14L& 14Rpads. 

1. United "B" and "C" Concourses down to Gates B-6, C-1 5, C-12. 

2. Ovietts Road snow can be wind rowed to the north side of the 
road u-~'ess hau 1 ~<Jt is requested by DOA**. 

3. 32Rpa_ 



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As traffic permits when directed by DOA 

Snow pile height must not exceed 18 inches within 131 feet of any taxiway 

centerline. 



NOTE: DOA will assign contractor to the ARFF I parking lot and hold pads. 



SNOW DUMPS 
CALL-OUT CONTACT SHEET 
1990-91 SNOW SEASON 



APPENDIX B 
EXHIBIT IV 



Chicago O'Hare International Airport 
P.O. Box 66142 
Chicago, Illinois 60666 



Contractors: 

Englewood-Urban 
4647 W. Huron 
Chicago, Illinois 60644 



Operations 24 Hr. Phone 



Snow Desk 



24 Hr. Answering Service 

Office 

Cleveland Chapman/HM 

Robert Perry 

Beeper 

Tom Harrington 

Home Phone 

Beeper 



**UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED ALL THE FOLLOWING ARE AREA CODE 708 



Greco Contractors, Inc. 
2 1 00 S. Mt. Prospect Road 
DesPlaines, Illinois 60618 



24 Hr. Answering Service 

Ted Milas 

John Gleason 

Craig Shellman 

Rick Greco 

Ron Greco 

John Coleman 



686-2255 
686-2256 
686-2257 
686-2322 
686-2323 



233-3546 
264-2700 
233-3546 
379-0897 
905-4701 
921-0463 
287-6535 
905-4701 



635-7800 

991-6114 

827-0364 

439-5416 

(815)338-6383 

(815)338-6383 

532-4878 



Hudson General Corporation 
186 Armstrong Court 
DesPlaines, Illinois 60018 



Lindahl Brothers 
622 E. Green Street 
Bensenville, Illinois 60106 



24Hr. Answering Service 

Norm Kaiser 
(Pager 310-7250) 
Ross Jacobs 
(Pager 660-3851) 
Kirk Heyde 
(Pager 310-7992) 
Uwe Dannhauer 
(Pager 660-3852) 
Nick Fasano 
(Pager 660-3844) 

24 Hr. Answering Service 

Bud Lindahl, Jr. 

(Car #(3 12) 7 18-4774) 

Clarence Lindahl 

John Lindahl 

Larry Lindahl 

Allen Lindahl 



(312)686-6565 

298-6140 

766-7194 

991-7482 

364-4167 

271-3503 

213-8381 



(312)622-4500 
766-1508 

595-8862 
766-7336 
980-4227 
351-2501 



Mc Kay Contractors, Inc. 
1 1 600 W. Irving Park Road 
Bensenville, Illinois 60106 



24 Hr. Answering Service 

Mike Mc Kay 

Allen Dadian 

Bill Scannell 

Stan Pryka 

Bill McKay 

D.J. McKay 



(312)625-7363 

584-9394 

213-2522 

885-9028 

289-2041 

377-6669 

513-0104 



SNOW DUMPS 
CALL-OUT CONTACT SHEET 
1990-91 SNOW SEASON 



APPENDIX B 
EXHIBIT IV 
(cont'd) 



Milburn Brothers, Inc. 
1100 Brandt Drive 
Elgin, Illinois 60120 



24 Hr. Answering Service 695-9300 

Burt Dahlstrom 253-6078 

(Car #624-8208) 

Warren Dahlstrom 437-1224 

(Car #624-8209) 

Mike Henry 893-9368 

Pete Phillips 526-3807 



Northern Excavators 
19 W. 374 Lake Street 
Addison, Illinois 60101 
P.O. Box 244 



24 Hr. Answering Service 543-382 1 

Bob Kabbe 530-4274 

Bob Denning 669-5827 

Hal Kappie 669-3134 



Riemer Brothers 

900 Elm hurst Road 

Elk Grove, Illinois 60007 



Roy Strom Excavating & Grading, Inc. 
1201 Greenwood Avenue 
Maywood, Illinois 60153 



Main Office 
WallyPoehler 
(Pager (3 12) 81 2-8254) 
Wayne Reed 
(Pager 3 14-2078) 
Greg Reimer 
Tim Hanson 
(Pager (312)812-8255) 

24 Hr. Answering Service 



Thomas Forrestal 
George Strom 
Roy Strom 
Jim Dewitt 
Dave More 



437-6330 
213-8018 

885-2018 

215-9359 
428-0275 



(312)237-4440 

(312)237-5030 

344-5000 

366-6058 

366-8993 

469-3526 

858-4398 

279-9690 



APPENDIX C 
PARKING AREA 



Exhibit I Parking Area Contractor Map 

Exhibit II Call-Out Equipment Requirement 

Exhibit III Assignment Matrix 

Exhibit IV Contractor Call-out Sheet 



PARKING STRUCTURE & LOTS 
CALL-OUT EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS 



Outside West 1 

Outside East 1 

Hotel Road 1 



APPENDIX C 
EXHIBIT II 



CONTRACTOR 

Englewood-Urban 


LOCATION 

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LOADERS 


SEMI'S 


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TOTALS 




Roof 


2 

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3 


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7 



Greg Salgado 
SubTotal 



'C" Lot 



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18 



10 
32 



Mc Kay 



"D" Lot 



J.S. Riemer 


"E" Lot 


3 


Mc Kay 


Commercial Lot 


3 


*D&P 


Maintenance 






Garage 


2 


*Hudson General 


FIS Roadway 


2 


(Hardstand) 






Sub-Total 




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7 
7 

38 



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APPENDIX C 
EXHIBIT IV 



Chicago O'Hare International Airport 
P.O. Box 66142 
Chicago, Illinois 60666 



Operations 24 Hr. Phone 



Snow Desk 



686-2255 
686-2256 
686-2257 
686-2322-3 



Contractors: 

D & P Construction Company, Inc. 
6833 W. Grand Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 



Englewood-Urban 
4647 W. Huron 
Chicago, Illinois 60644 



Hudson General Corporation 
1 86 Armstrong Court 
DesPlaines, Illinois 60018 



McKayCc r actors, Inc. 
116. A ng Park Road 
Bensenville, Illinois 60106 



24 Hr. Answering Service 
Superintendent Peter Difronzo 
Main Office 
Roger Schimanski 
Pager (3 12)999- 1024 

24 Hr. Answering Service 

Office 

Cleveland Chapman/Hm 

Robert Perry 

Beeper 

Tom Harrington 

Home Phone 

Beeper 

24Hr. Answering Service 

Norm Kaiser 
(Pager 310-7250) 
Ross Jacobs 
(Pager 660-3851) 
Kirk Heyde 
(Pager 3 10-7992) 
Uwe Dannhauer 
(Pager 660-3852) 
Nick Fasano 
(Pager 660-3844) 

24 Hr. Answering Service 

Mike Mc Kay 

Allen Dadian 

Bill Scannell 

Stan Pryka 

Bill McKay 

D.J. McKay 



456-1660 

(Pager (312)417-1984) 

(312)625-5017 

(312)456-4189 



233-3546 
264-2700 
233-3546 
379-0897 
905-4701 
921-0463 
287-6535 
905-4701 

(312)686-6565 

298-6140 

766-7194 

991-7482 

364-4167 

271-3503 

213-8381 



(312)625-7363 

584-9394 

213-2522 

885-9028 

289-2041 

377-6669 

513-0104 



PARKING STRUCTURE & LOTS 

CALL-OUT CONTACT SHEET 

1990-91 SNOW SEASON 



APPENDIX C 
EXHIBIT IV 
(cont'd) 



J.S. Riemer 

19N041 GalliganRoad 

Dundee, Illinois 601 18 



Greg Salgado Trucking, Inc. 
2320 N. Damen 
Chicago, Illinois 60195 



Main Office (24 hr) 
Jim Dahmer 
Mobile (913-4904) 
Dave Cates 
Mobile (913-4908) 
Ron Varney 
Mobile (91 3-4908) 

24 Hr. Answering Service 
Main Office 
Greg Salgado 
(Pager 603-8855) 
Dave Mayor 
(Pager 603-8858) 



669-3026 
669-5180 

669-5295 

(815)568-5713 



934-4423 
490-0055 
934-0147 

740-2109 



APPENDIX D 
ENTRANCE ROAD MAP 




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APPENDIX E 

Exhibit I Contractor Performance Evaluation Form 

Exhibit II Aviation Facility Restricted Area Access Application Form 



APPENDIX E 
EXHIBIT 1 
SNOW CONTRACTOR PERFORMANCE EVALUATION FORM 



DATE: 



CONTRACTOR: 
LOCATION: 



Time of Initial Call-Out: Arrival: Departure: 

Time of Full Call-Out: Arrival: Departure: 



Record how many of each of the following pieces of equipment the Contractor had in their 
designate area. List the number underthe appropriate column of either initial or full call-out. IF 
A FULL CALL-OUT IS MADE AFTER an initial call-out has already been in effect, illustrate this by 
making a second entry in the full call-out column and also record arrival time above. 

QUANTITY 
EQUIPMENT INITIAL FULL BLIZZARD 

GRADERS 

SEMIS ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~ 

LOADERS ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~ 

SUPERVISORS ~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ 

DOZERS ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~ 

GRADALS ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ 

OTHER (be specific) 



Rate the performance of the contractors by the following categories: (1 -Unsatisfactory; 2-Fair; 

3-Good; 4-Excellent) 

a. prompt call-out response 1 2 3 4 

b. adherence to DOA procedures 1 2 3 4 

c. quality of snow removal work 1 2 3 4 

d. equipment performance 1 2 3 4 

e. cooperation with DOA 1 2 3 4 

f. communication with DOA " 1 2 4 

g. quality of supervisor(s) 1 2 _> 4 

Total Points: -r 7 = score 

COMMENTS: If any rating is lower than 3, give specific explanation on the back of this form. 
Also detail any incident or problem. 

SIGNATURE OF EVALUATOR: 



RETURN TO DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF OPERATIONS 



APPENDIX "E' 
Exhibit II 



AVIATION FACILITY RESTRICTED AREA ACCESS 
APPLICATION FORM 



Attached is a Sample application form which must be filled out prior to issuance 
of a Restricted Area Access Badge and vehicle access permit. Copies of this 
application form can be obtained at: 

Department of Aviation 
Security Office 
O' Hare Airport 

Each person who requires access to the Air Operations Area (AOA) at O'Hare 
Airport must complete this form and return to the above location in order to 
receive a personal identification badge and vehicle access permit. 

Federal Regulations requires: 

1 . Each person must wear an access badge 

2. Each vehicle must display a vehicle access permit; and most importantly 

3. Each person who has been employed after November 1st, 1985 must: 

a. provide at least two (2) character references and 

b. provide employment history for the past five (5) years 

This application must contain this information, be signed by the employee as being 
true and signed by the employer certifying that this information has been checked 
and/or verified. The Department of Aviation reserves the right to re-check this 
information, prior to issuing a clearance at this airport. 



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