Orlando Names Small, Minority Firms
To Lead Construction
The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority's (GOAA)
Board has approved an unprecedented number of
small and minority firms to participate in and lead the
construction and design elements for the new South
Terminal project and Capital Improvement Program
(CIP), according to the airport.
The authority ranked five firms for program and
project management services for the South Terminal
C, phase 1, at Orlando International Airport. Four of
the five firms selected to lead the projects are small,
minority or local businesses. Three of these are
companies that started working in aviation through
the GOAA small business program.
• Geotech Consultants International, Inc.
• Cost Management, Inc.
• Page One Consultants, Inc.
• CMTS Construction Management Services
• Kraus-Manning, Inc.
Also selected were groups to support the core
elements of the previously approved $1.1 billion CIP.
The plan's primary purpose is to maintain existing
facilities and modify and expand current infrastructure
with the goal of increasing capacity to 45 million
annual passengers from the terminal's original design
capacity of 24 million.
Projects approved that include minority and small
business participation are:
• Central Energy Plant
• Ticket Lobby Program
• North Terminal Moving Sidewalk Removal
Tallahassee Airport Begins Terminal Upgrade
Tallahassee International has begun modernization of
its terminal, a project that is expected to create more
than 200 jobs.
The Terminal Modernization Project will reconfigure
the airport's lobby up to the TSA checkpoint. The
project will include a new baggage claim system,
ticket counters for airlines and rental car agencies,
safety screening machines, a new TSA screening
room and some aesthetic upgrades, including new
terrazzo flooring and LCD monitors.
Construction for the project will begin with
demolition in the baggage claim area. The demolition
phase is expected to be completed in March 2016.
Once complete, crews will begin working on the
installation phase, installing the new amenities. The
entire project is slated for completion in October
2016. The $10.5 million construction contract has
been awarded to local contractor Cook Brothers, Inc.
Funding for this project comes from several sources,
including grants from the Florida DOT, agreements
with TSA and local funding.
PASSENGERS BY AIRPORT TRAFFIC FOR OCTOBER 2015
AIRPORT 2015 2014 CHANGE
Akron-Canton 129,278 131,424 - 1. 6
Boston Logan International 3,043,178 2,799,342 8. 7
Chicago Midway 2,043,207 1,900,962 7. 5
Chicago O’Hare International 6,975,986 6,320,395 10. 4
International 591,859 518,487 14. 2
Eastern Iowa 92,551 96,563 - 4. 2
International 8,919,729 8,437,805 5. 7
Los Angeles International 6,374,462 5,865,886 8. 7
Manchester-Boston Regional 194,519 191,626 1. 5
Norfolk (Virginia) International 270,121 244,988 10. 3
International 984,557 887,274 11.0
International 360,256 334,551 7. 7
Orlando International 3,056,940 2,855,044 7. 1
Orlando Sanford International 201,188 181,996 10. 6
International 1,460,899 1,335,908 9. 4
International 318,829 302,941 5. 2
Rogue Valley (Oregon)
International 66,562 59,458 11. 9
International 535,921 503,243 1. 8
St. Pete-Clearwater (Florida)
International 94,434 136,718 - 31.0
International 63,852 62,563 2. 1
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