Orlando International Airport South Terminal C, Orlando, FL

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The new South Terminal C (STC) at Orlando International Airport will be a world-class airport terminal building with domestic and international service. Syska Hennessy provided mechanical, plumbing, and high-performance design for Phase 1 of the project, which consists of a new landside terminal (LST), an airside concourse building (ASC) with 16 international/domestic swing gates, a ground transportation facility (GTF), a central energy plant (CEP) and an expansion of the existing parking garage by 2,600 spaces.

The Landside Terminal Building is a five-level, 800,000 GSF passenger processing building. The Airside Concourse Building is a three-level concourse building of approximately 825,000 GSF. The Central Energy Plant (9,000 tons) provides the chilled water supply from its series-counterflow electric chillers and associated cooling towers. It also houses the transformers, switchgear and generators.

Another key component of the project is the Ground Transportation Facility, which supports the Landside Terminal and serves as a connecting hub to the expanded parking garage and the existing Intermodal Terminal Facility.

Syska also focused on interfacing and integration with existing facilities and structures already built for the South Terminal C, such as the Airport Automated People Mover (APM), the Intermodal Terminal Facility (ITF), and other ground infrastructure, transportation facilities and improvements.

LEED Status
LEED v4 Certified (est)

1.8 million sf

Greater Orlando Aviation Authority

Fentress – Design Architect / HNTB Architect of Record 

High Performance Design
16 airline gates (Phase 1)
New central energy plant
2,600 new parking spaces
Landside Terminal
Airside Concourse
Ground Transportation Facility