Construction of the $2.8-billion South Terminal Complex integrated dozens of leading-edge technology systems. Passenger-centric designs accommodated an additional 10 million travelers at Orlando International Airport, creating a passenger experience unlike any other.
Amenities and enhanced systems fulfill Greater Orlando Aviation Authority’s capacity goals, expedite passenger processes, uphold the highest security standards, and provide entertainment during traveler dwell times. The South Terminal Complex is the first LEED®v4 airport campus.
Burns provided low-voltage technology and special systems design engineering for state-of-the art connectivity, air traffic control, and airport security services. As specialty system design experts, Burns project managers applied proficiency and technology best practices throughout the planning, procurement and implementation phases of a wide range of specialized information technology services.
Noteworthy technology systems include:
Burns established a test lab that assisted GOAA to investigate and test performance of new technologies before widespread implementation. Burns’ design and enhanced construction support services covered:
The South Terminal Complex opened to the public in October 2022 and received the Airport Business 2023 Project of the Year in the Terminal category.
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Greater Orlando Aviation Authority
Energy + Carbon Reduction
High Performance Buildings
Security + Design Consulting
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