Orlando International Airport (OIA) – South Terminal Complex

Project Description

A critical element of the region’s economic growth, OIA is the busiest airport in Florida and a world-class, global gateway to the most visited destination in the U.S. (Orlando). The South Terminal Complex (STC), will accommodate travel for 10 million-plus additional passengers and connect to the existing intermodal terminal facility.


Orlando, Florida


Project Management/MEP Inspection


$3.5 billion


AECOM/GCI/Orlando International Airport


South Terminal Complex (STC), Phase 1 at OIA is part of a larger master plan which will add 19 gates capable of accommodating at least 24 aircraft depending on the combination of narrow body, jumbo and super-jumbo aircraft, an Intermodal Transportation Facility with provisions for Intercity Rail and local commuter rail, new central energy plant, a six-story parking garage with a capacity to accommodate 2,500 cars, and a sustainable management plan to achieve LEED certification.  The project also includes construction of associated roadways, aprons, taxiways, lighting, aircraft loading bridges, concessions and security improvements.  GreenPath staff provided MEP site inspections and project management services to assure compliance with all construction codes, evaluated changes orders, coordinated project activities from preconstruction to closeout, quality assurance inspections and interfaced with owner’s senior management, design/engineering and construction personnel.