Passenger Terminal Today - Elizabeth Baker

27 Feb 2024

The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) board has approved a request for a statement of qualifications (RSQ) for the refurbishment of the interiors at Airsides 1 and 3 and the interior refurbishment of Levels 1 and 2 in Terminals A and B of Orlando International Airport (MCO) in Florida.

The two US$20m projects are intended to keep MCO evolving its signature look and feel into the next decade. The authority’s goal is to bring the remaining facilities up to an elevated standard. The scope of the RSQs will consist of the design and construction of landside and airside interior refurbishment and will include all associated systems and regulatory requirements, new flooring, new wall finishes and new ceilings and lighting improvements. The aviation authority will establish small and minority-owned business participation goals before the release of the RSQs.

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