Burns Selected As Technology Engineer For New Terminal At Orlando International Airport
Burns was selected as the Technology/Multi-Media Engineer for the South Terminal C Phase 1 Program at Orlando International Airport. The new facility will consist of a 16-24 gate domestic and international terminal building, which will be connected to the new Intermodal Terminal Facility and South Automated People Mover Complex, currently under construction. The new terminals will encompass over 1.6 million square feet, with a total program cost estimated at $1.8 billion. This project represents the first phase of development of the South Terminal C Phase 1, and will add capacity to allow the airport to accommodate up to 45 million passengers annually.
Burns will lead the design effort associated with all technology systems including telecommunications infrastructure, security, radio and wireless, common use, information displays, public address and interactive large-scale multi-media displays. In addition to being robust and adaptable, the technology systems will include innovative features to seamlessly integrate passenger experience enhancements into the terminal’s architecture. Burns looks forward to working with the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority to help create a world-class facility that brings the Orlando Experience to each and every passenger.