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1 Builders Business Breakfast, Associated Builders and Contractors Stan Thornton Project Liaison Manager, Greater Orlando Aviation Authority January 15, 2013

2 Orlando International (MCO) By The Numbers 35.2 million annual passengers (Nov 2012) 96,600 passengers daily Domestic passengers 31.5 million International passengers 3.8 million Number of airlines 44 total including 7 cargo 95% origin and destination traffic 18,000 + badged employees

3 2 nd busiest airport in Florida 82 non-stop U.S. destinations 33 international destinations 843 aircraft operations/day Largest airport Rental Car market 3 rd largest land mass airport in U.S. Passenger traffic 13 th in the nation 32 nd in the world Orlando International (MCO) Comparitives

4 3rd Largest Airport in the United States by Land Mass 13,430 acres (approximately) 20% developed Larger than JFK, LAX and MIA combined Miami MIA Los Angeles LAX New York JFK

5 Demand Driven Program NEW AIRLINE LEASE & USE AGREEMENT (5 YEARS) CAPACITY ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM (3 YEARS) COMPARISON OF HIGH, BASE, AND LOW ENPLANED PASSENGER FORECASTS

6 CAPACITY ENHANCEMENT Increase Passenger Processing to acceptable Levels of Service Maintain or increase alternative revenue sources Increase opportunities for international and domestic growth Accommodation for alternative modes of transportation ASSET REHABILITATION Preserve The Orlando Experience Incorporate technological improvements Rehabilitate aging infrastructure Implement energy efficiencies Capital Improvement Program

7 Baggage Systems Landside Level 3 Ticketing NTC Capacity Enhancement Airside 4 International Arrival Security Checkpoints Terminal Curbs Parking / Rent-A-Car (RAC)

8 Projects 2013

9 BP-408, Permanent Bus & Taxi Hold Lot Project Scope Construct a bus and taxi hold facility, including associated restroom and covered seating areas Construction Cost $3 million Duration Sept – Feb. 2014

10 BP-408B, Cell Lot & Return to Terminal A Road Project Scope Add a Return to Terminal A Ramp and construct new cell phone lot Construction Cost $13 million Duration Sept – Sept 2014

11 BP-434, Runway 18R-36L Rehabilitation Related Work Project Scope Rehabilitate Runway 18R-36L, including repaving shoulders, blast pads and joint replacement Construction Cost $18 million Duration Nov – Aug. 2014

12 BP-435, Light Fixture Replacement for Garages A, B, and Terminal Top Project Scope Replacement of over 11,000 light fixtures in the A and B side structural parking garages and the terminal top parking garage Construction Cost $3 million Duration Jul – Jun BP-435 Project Location

13 BP-439, Landside Emergency Power Generation Expansion Project Scope Expand the emergency power generation capacity and building at the southwest end of the Landside Terminal Construction Cost $12 million Duration May 2013 – May 2014

14 Long-term Projects

15 Projects Preparing for Design Landside Ticket Lobby Renovation/Remodeling Electrical, mechanical, and communication rooms Expand ticketing cue area Baggage upgrades Curb-side check-in improvements Airline relocations Airside 4 Infrastructure/Renovation Projects 90s Wing Gate Conversion FIS/CBP Renovation/Expansion Central Chiller Plant South Airport APM Complex APM Guideway APM Station Parking Garage Site Work/Utilities Roadway/Bridges

16 Operational Issues Security Badging Employee Screening Vehicle Search Safety Construction Safety Plans Aircraft Operations Area Protecting the Public Work Restrictions Hours of Work Limited Work Areas FAA Requirements Specifications Movement Limitations Working at an Active Airport

17 GOAA Construction Contracting Requirements to Compete Licensed GC, Electrical, Mechanical, etc. Bonding 10% Bid Bond Construction Bond Insurance AOA $5million GL & Auto Non-AOA$1million GL & Auto Competitive Contracting CCNA State of Florida Federal Requirements (Grants) Design – Bid – Build Design – Build Continuing Contracts

18 Current Continuing Contractors Vertical (Thru Jan 2015) BRPH Construction Services, Inc. Clancy & Theys Construction Company Gomez Construction Company H.W. Davis Construction, Inc. R.L. Burns, Inc. Verde Construction Managers, LLC Horizontal (Thru Mar 2013) CEM Enterprises, Inc. Gibbs & Register, Inc. JCB Construction, Inc. Prime Construction Group, Inc. Electrical (Thru Mar 2013) Electric Services, Inc. The New Florida Industrial Electric, Inc. H.L. Pruitt Corporation Morton Electric, Inc. Roofing (Thru Apr 2014) Advanced Roofing, Inc. General Works, LLC P&A Roofing and Sheet Metal, Inc. Signage (Thru July 2014) AC Signs, LLC The Baron Group, Inc.

19 Tracking Opportunities Construction Opportunities Continuing Contractors (see website) GOAA Website Local Newspapers (Sunday & Wednesday) Call Office of Small Business Development Michelle Tatom Tenant Projects Project Designations BP Bid Package, Public Bid and Award G Graphics/Signage, using Continuing Contractor V Vertical Package, using Continuing Contractor H Horizontal Package, using Continuing Contractor E Electrical Package, using Continuing Contractor R Roofing Package, using Continuing Contractor

20 Looking Forward Future capital projects

21 Rail Routes to OIA

22 South Airport Intermodal Station STC DEVELOPMENT WITH APM, LIGHT, INTERCITY & COMMUTER RAIL

23 South Terminal Phase-1 16 Gate

24 Thank You


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