The Orlando International Airport South Terminal C Phase 1 Expansion is a 375,000 SF Modified Bitumen 2 Ply roof with a minimum R-30 Insulation and FM Rated at a FM 1-240. This project was awarded last July for $7,500,000.00 and has a completion date of December 31st of 2020. This entire project is managed by Hensel Phelps Construction Inc. and is valued at 2.6 Billion Dollars. It is the second largest active project in the State of Florida and we are happy to be apart of this Team for JET BLUE . There was an article written about the new terminal project, the highlights of which are available below.
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ORLANDO, Fla. — Orlando International Airport’s new south-side Terminal C is expected to open in 2021 but may quickly outgrow its new space.
OIA is the busiest airport in the state and 11th busiest in the country. The airport’s current two terminals were designed to handle an annual capacity of about 40 million.
Brown estimates the new Terminal C will help expand overall capacity by 11 million passengers with the addition of 19 new gates.
Airrorts Council International estimates that U.S. airports need more than $100 billion in infrastructure upgrades in the next five years.
Its $2.8 billion Terminal C project is giving a glimpse into the overall economic growth in Central Florida.
A 2014 study by the Florida Department of Transportation estimated that aviation accounted for $144 billion in the Sunshine State, including $31 billion from OIA, of which Brown says a new study would show a higher figure.
Terminal C is part of a larger development program, including the Intermodal Terminal Facility. That station's parking garage is already open, but it won't be till 2022 till SunRail and Virgin Trains begin service there.
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