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Orlando International Airport Intermodal Transit Facility

Orlando, Florida

  • 200,000 sq. ft.
  • Associated Architects: HKS Architects, Schenkel Shultz Architecture
  • LEED V-4

The Orlando International Airport Intermodal Transit Facility project encompasses the North to South Terminal APM link, the Intermodal Station, and the Phase I Parking Garage for the new South Terminal project. The Intermodal Transit Facility (ITF) is designed to accommodate the train rail opening in 2021, the commuter rail scheduled to open in 2021, and a possible maglev train connecting the airport to commercial and entertainment destinations in our area. The ITF project initiates the next 50 years of new development at Orlando International Airport and informs the renovations and upgrades ongoing for the North Terminal complex as the South Terminal Complex develops.

Project Awards

2020 Innovative Public Project – Leadership Awards (Automated People Mover) USGBC – Central Florida
2018 Commercial Service Airport Project of the Year (Intermodal Terminal Facility) Florida Department of Transportation
2018 Best Project – Airport / Transit Category (Automated People Mover) ENR-Southeast
2018 Award of Merit – Airport / Transit Category (Intermodal Terminal Facility) ENR-Southeast
First LEED® v4 certified project on the Airport’s New Construction LEED Campus
First LEED® v4 New Construction certification in the State of Florida
First LEED® v4 New Construction Certified Intermodal Terminal in the World

Photography by Chad Baumer, David Laudadio, Jeff Leimbach