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Builders Business Breakfast,
Associated Builders and
Contractors
Stan Thornton
Project Liaison Manager,
Greater Orlando Aviation Authority
January 15, 2013
Orlando International (MCO)
By The Numbers
• 35.2 million annual passengers (Nov 2012)
• 96,600 passengers daily
• Domestic passengers 31.5 million
• International passengers 3.8 million
• Number of airlines
 44 total including 7 cargo
• 95% origin and destination traffic
• 18,000 + badged employees
Orlando International (MCO)
Comparitives
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2nd busiest airport in Florida
82 non-stop U.S. destinations
33 international destinations
843 aircraft operations/day
Largest airport Rental Car market
3rd largest land mass airport in U.S.
Passenger traffic
• 13th in the nation
• 32nd in the world
3rd Largest Airport in the United States
by Land Mass
Miami
MIA
New York
JFK
• 13,430 acres (approximately)
• 20% developed
• Larger than JFK, LAX
and MIA combined
Los Angeles
LAX
Demand Driven Program
COMPARISON OF HIGH, BASE, AND LOW ENPLANED PASSENGER FORECASTS
NEW AIRLINE LEASE & USE AGREEMENT (5 YEARS)
80
70
60
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45
40
30
20
CAPACITY
ENHANCEMENT
PROGRAM
(3 YEARS)
Capital Improvement Program
• CAPACITY ENHANCEMENT
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Increase Passenger Processing to acceptable Levels of Service
Maintain or increase alternative revenue sources
Increase opportunities for international and domestic growth
Accommodation for alternative modes of transportation
• ASSET REHABILITATION
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Preserve The Orlando Experience™
Incorporate technological improvements
Rehabilitate aging infrastructure
Implement energy efficiencies
NTC Capacity Enhancement
Baggage Systems
Landside Level 3 Ticketing
Airside 4 International
Arrival
Security Checkpoints
Terminal Curbs
Parking / Rent-A-Car (RAC)
Projects 2013
BP-408, Permanent Bus & Taxi Hold Lot
Project Scope
Construct a bus and taxi hold facility,
including associated restroom and
covered seating areas
Construction Cost
$3 million
Duration
Sept. 2013 – Feb. 2014
BP-408B, Cell Lot & Return to Terminal A Road
Project Scope
Add a Return to Terminal “A” Ramp
and construct new cell phone lot
Construction Cost
$13 million
Duration
Sept. 2013 – Sept 2014
BP-434, Runway 18R-36L
Rehabilitation Related Work
Project Scope
Rehabilitate Runway 18R-36L, including
repaving shoulders, blast pads and joint
replacement
Construction Cost
$18 million
Duration
Nov. 2013 – Aug. 2014
BP-435, Light Fixture Replacement for
Garages A, B, and Terminal Top
Project Scope
Replacement of over 11,000 light
fixtures in the “A” and “B” side structural
parking garages and the terminal top
parking garage
Construction Cost
$3 million
Duration
Jul. 2013 – Jun. 2014
BP-435 Project Location
BP-439, Landside Emergency
Power Generation Expansion
Project Scope
Expand the emergency power
generation capacity and building
at the southwest end of the
Landside Terminal
Construction Cost
$12 million
Duration
May 2013 – May 2014
Long-term Projects
2014 - 2017
Projects Preparing for Design
• Landside Ticket Lobby Renovation/Remodeling
• Electrical, mechanical, and communication rooms
• Expand ticketing cue area
• Baggage upgrades
• Curb-side check-in improvements
• Airline relocations
• Airside 4 Infrastructure/Renovation Projects
• 90’s Wing Gate Conversion
• FIS/CBP Renovation/Expansion
• Central Chiller Plant
• South Airport APM Complex
• APM Guideway
• APM Station
• Parking Garage
• Site Work/Utilities
• Roadway/Bridges
Working at an Active Airport
Operational Issues
• Security
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Badging
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Employee Screening
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Vehicle Search
• Safety
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Construction Safety Plans
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Aircraft Operations Area
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Protecting the Public
• Work Restrictions
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Hours of Work
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Limited Work Areas
• FAA Requirements
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Specifications
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Movement Limitations
GOAA Construction Contracting
Competitive Contracting
• CCNA State of Florida
Requirements to Compete
• Licensed
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• Federal Requirements (Grants)
• Design – Bid – Build
• Design – Build
• CM@R
• Continuing Contracts
GC, Electrical, Mechanical, etc.
• Bonding
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10% Bid Bond
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Construction Bond
• Insurance
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AOA
$5million GL & Auto
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Non-AOA
$1million GL & Auto
Continuing Contracts
Current Continuing Contractors
Vertical (Thru Jan 2015)
Horizontal (Thru Mar 2013)
Electrical (Thru Mar 2013)
Roofing (Thru Apr 2014)
Signage (Thru July 2014)
BRPH Construction Services, Inc.
Clancy & Theys Construction Company
Gomez Construction Company
H.W. Davis Construction, Inc.
R.L. Burns, Inc.
Verde Construction Managers, LLC
CEM Enterprises, Inc.
Gibbs & Register, Inc.
JCB Construction, Inc.
Prime Construction Group, Inc.
Electric Services, Inc.
The New Florida Industrial Electric, Inc.
H.L. Pruitt Corporation
Morton Electric, Inc.
Advanced Roofing, Inc.
General Works, LLC
P&A Roofing and Sheet Metal, Inc.
AC Signs, LLC
The Baron Group, Inc.
Tracking Opportunities
• Construction Opportunities
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Continuing Contractors (see website)
GOAA Website http://www.orlandoairports.net
Local Newspapers (Sunday & Wednesday)
Call Office of Small Business Development Michelle Tatom 407-825-7171
Tenant Projects
• Project Designations
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“BP”
“G”
“V”
“H”
“E”
“R”
Bid Package, Public Bid and Award
Graphics/Signage, using Continuing Contractor
Vertical Package, using Continuing Contractor
Horizontal Package, using Continuing Contractor
Electrical Package, using Continuing Contractor
Roofing Package, using Continuing Contractor
Looking Forward
Future capital projects
Rail Routes to OIA
South Airport Intermodal Station
STC DEVELOPMENT WITH APM, LIGHT, INTERCITY & COMMUTER RAIL
South Terminal Phase-1 16 Gate
Thank You

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