Aviation Consultant for airport planning and development, airport land use strategy, and regional transportation initiatives.
Dorota Skrzypek’s airport work includes analysis for large master planning efforts at Los Angeles International Airport, managing planning efforts at general aviation airports in the State of New York, airspace analysis, regulatory evaluation of environmental reports, and land use analysis for developments on and off airport property.
Most recently, Dorota was part of the team that that successfully transferred ownership of Ontario International Airport (ONT) to the Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA) from Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA). During the transfer, Dorota was responsible for managing the ALTA Survey, Exhibit A, and Airport Layout Plan updating efforts, updating the Airport Certification Manual and Airport Security Program for the new airport authority, transfer of engineering and environmental records as well as the transfer of all environmental permitting from LAWA to the OIAA. After transfer, Dorota Skrzypek worked with the OIAA to structure its project and procurement processes (including its DBE and ACDBE programs and NEPA/CEQA Guidelines), manage its engineering and environmental departments (including submission and approval of several CATEX documents for capital projects), build a $200 million capital improvement program, and ensure FAA Part 139 regulatory requirements were met.