• 2009, Transportation, Urban, orlando international airport, tourism

Orlando International Airport

Due to Orlando International Airport’s (OIA) emergence as a global tourism gateway to Florida, the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority decided to improve the overall visual image of the airport. The site design reflects a welcoming natural landscape paradise replete with lagoons and gardens. The expansion project included three miles of airport access roadways and bridges, a 450-room Hyatt Regency hotel, new terminal areas, air-side terminal areas with above ground transportation corridors, terminal top parking garage and the Great Hall interior atrium. Today, OIA is considered one of the most attractive, efficient, and busiest passenger airports in the country with nearly 35 million visitors a year.

EDSA provided master landscape planning, complete design, and extensive construction observation services for all areas of this project.

Location:
Orlando, Florida
Client:
Greater Orlando Aviation Authority
Scope:
Master Planning
Detailed Design
Construction Administration
Scale:
13,297 Acres