Senior Construction Facilitation Manager
The Code Compliance team requires new Airport tenants to apply for and receive a Certificate of Occupancy prior to the establishment of new utility service. This process, which is standard practice in most municipalities, includes an inspection.
Development Criteria, Permit Applications, Certificate of Occupancy Permits, etc.
Assistant Vice President
Energy, Transportation,& Asset Management
Water Systems Supervisor
Wastewater Systems Supervisor
Water/Wastewater System Tech (Meters)
District Energy Plants Manager (Electricity)
Energy and Utility Services provides reliable, sustainable and cost effective utility services to the Board and its customers. To establish utility service at an Airport facility, contact the Energy and Utility Services group.
Asset Management provides solid waste disposal service on-Airport, including the collection, transport, processing, recycling, disposal, and monitoring of waste materials. To set up a solid waste disposal account and initiate service, contact Asset Management.
The Water Systems group provides superior water services to the Airport and its customers, while perpetuating environmental excellence and focusing on customer safety. To establish a water account, contact the Water Systems group.
Utilities, Solid Waste Disposal & Water Service Fees
Accounts Management Supervisor
The Finance department is responsible for the accounting and financial reporting of the Airport. These areas include general accounting, accounts receivable, billing, collections, accounts payable, fixed assets, and financial reporting. Contact Finance for information or questions about Airport invoices.
Schedule of Charges (Tab 3)
Airport Operations Center
Open 24/7/365 for all emergency calls
The Airport Operations Center (“AOC”) serves to enhance overall situational awareness, provide critical situational management capabilities and coordinate responses to all incidents that impact DFW Airport. To this end, the AOC coordinates closely with DPS.
The Airport’s employees and tenants serve as additional “eyes and ears” to ensure situations are reported and resolved quickly. To notify the Airport of nonemergency operational issues, please contact the AOC. For emergency situations, please dial 911.
Pavements, Ground and Markings Manager
Asset Management is responsible for keeping grounds under Airport’s control mowed, landscaped and otherwise maintained to ensure that customers have a safe and well managed environment for travel and work. To report issues regarding maintenance of Airport controlled grounds, contact Asset Management.
Access Control Office (ACO) Badging:
The Access Control Office (“ACO”) provides its business partners and their employees with badging, fingerprinting, and other services to ensure proper clearance to access secure areas at the Airport. If such security clearance is required, tenants should contact the ACO.
Badging at DFW
Lease & Property Manager
Use this form to notify DFW Airport of new subtenants or changes to existing subtenants.
For additional information, please visit the Lease, Foreign Trade Zone and Property Management section of the Contact Us page.
For additional information, please visit the Contact page.