30 June 2001
AIRFIELD/HELIPORT DESIGN ANALYSIS OUTLINE
a. Purpose of Report. To describe the project design in sufficient detail for review,
evaluation, and documentation of the design.
b. Scope of Report.
(1) State the design phase that the report covers.
(2) List topics discussed in report.
c. Project Description.
(1) Extent of proposed construction (new construction; runway extension; apron
expansion; overlay; rehabilitation and repair; upgrade lighting; drainage, security, and navigational
aids improvements; etc.)
(2) Purpose of proposed construction or improvements.
(3) Types and amount of construction activities (demolition, excavation and embankment,
grading, paving, patching, marking, fencing, seeding, etc.)
d. Project Authorization (reference authorization letter, directive, or other pertinent items, with
e. Design Criteria. (Reference the key criteria and directives used in the design, with dates.
Since criteria are constantly being revised and updated, the key criteria should be documented so
that the basis of the design can become a historical record.)
(1) Correspondence and Directives.
(2) Engineering Technical Letters (ETLs).
(3) Technical Manuals (TM's and AFMs).
(4) Engineering Circulars (ECs).
(5) Pavement Evaluations/Condition Surveys.
(6) Computer Programs.
(7) Other special design criteria.