OIA Terminal C Complex

Orlando, Florida

The South Terminal Complex at the Orlando International Airport was the precursor project to the new South Terminal. The complex includes a new automated people mover (APM) station, intermodal transportation facility, passenger drop off lobby (PDL) building, and a new parking garage. BASE Consultants was an MWBE partner on this project with our scope including designing the PDL building, central energy plant (CEP), and the architecturally exposed drop off canopy structures. The PDL facility includes long span structures, a multi-story curtainwall system, and a complex cast-in-place exterior stair. The CEP building features insulated sandwich tilt-up concrete panels and extensive mechanical routing and two standalone cooling towers.


$684 million
Completion November 2017
Client Orlando International Airport


2020 Innovative Public Project – Leadership Awards (Automated People Mover)
Grand Award Winner at the American Council of Engineering Companies
2018 Commercial Service Airport Project of the Year (Intermodal Terminal Facility)
2018 Best Project – Airport / Transit Category (Automated People Mover)
2018 Award of Merit – Airport / Transit Category (Intermodal Terminal Facility)
First LEED® v4 certified project on the Airport’s New Construction LEED Campus
First LEED® v4 New Construction certification in the State of Florida