Greater Orlando Airport Authority Construction Management at Risk Services for the South Terminal C - Landside Terminal
Construction Management at Risk
Ardmore Roderick was part of the team executing the construction of the $2.5B Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) South Terminal C expansion as part of an overall capital improvement master plan to add capacity to the Orlando International Airport, which is the second busiest airport in the United States. The project included a world-class domestic and international airport terminal building, consisting of an airside terminal with 16 to 24 airline gates and a landside terminal with both secure and non-secure areas.
The Landside Terminal (LST) Building is a five-level passenger processing building with a baggage conveyance basement connecting to the Ground Transportation Facility (GTF) for baggage and service transfer. An enclosed bridge crosses the terminal roadways, providing a pedestrian connection to the GTF and the Phase 1 Parking Garage.
The Ground Transportation Facility is a two phased construction, two-story building that will support the various programmatic functions of the Landside Terminal Building that includes an estimated 240,000 GSF for the final configuration. It serves as a connecting hub to the Parking Garage and the Intermodal Terminal Facility (ITF). An enclosed pedestrian bridge with a baggage conveyance basement connects the landside terminal building to the GTF, and a similar pedestrian bridge connects the GTF to the ITF.
The Parking Garage expansion is 808,000 SF for Phase 2 and Phase 3 will consist of adding an additional 2,400 spaces to the existing 2,600 space garage. The 6-level expansion is located immediately north of the current 6-level garage and includes new vertical circulation elevator cores located between the new and existing garages and at the southwest corner of the existing garage, additional outboard exit stairs, provisions for future moving sidewalks along the western edge of the new expansion and existing garage, and several IDF rooms to support GOAA and vendor networks.
Ardmore Roderick was a team member on this project for several years, executing the construction of the $2.5B GOAA South Terminal C expansion. Services our staff provided include:
- As Project Controls and Program Permitting Manager, Ardmore Roderick’s responsibilities included overseeing a team to implement the timely execution, tracking and maintenance of over 100 permits for the program. Also involved in the continuous development of engineering processes to track information for requests for information (RFIs), submittals, PCOs, etc. for a staff of 182 people.
- Served as Building Envelope Engineer for the new Landside Terminal C (LST), Ardmore Roderick was engaged in high level engineering coordination. Staff managed $25+ million of subcontractor work including the expansion joints, waterproofing, fireproofing, exterior metal panels and penetration firestopping to include the processing of RFIs, submittals, PCOs, SOVs, pay applications, schedule, etc.
- Served as Project Engineer for the Ground Transportation Facility (GTF) for Concrete, Steel, Masonry, Signage, Interior Drywall, ACT, Waterproofing, Fireproofing, Specialties, Decorative Formed Metal, Traffic Coatings, Wire Mesh Partitions, Simulated Stone Countertops, MEP Trades, Fire Suppression. Ardmore Roderick also handled closeout for the GTF and the CEP/EPG and CPD.
- Ardmore Roderick staff led the Quality Management for the CM-at-Risk team from pre-construction to close-out. Responsibilities included creating, reviewing, and approving all trade partner scopes. Review and approval of quality procedures and managing third party testing contracts, contractor source inspections, creating and managing the project’s quality document control programs (36K documents). As a part of this, Ardmore Roderick was responsible for executing pre-construction meetings for all trades, including steel, managing contractor quality for parking garage and electro-mechanical construction, oversight of civil construction throughout the project site, quality inspections, including envelope commissioning, predictive risk mitigation for mechanical construction.