Orlando International Airport

Overview

The Orlando International Airport South Airport Automated People Mover (APM) complex, a 200,000 square foot facility, includes the station for the APM system which connects passengers to the Main Terminal, similar to those that connect the existing gates areas to the Main Terminal. The APM provides transportation to the existing terminals A and B and will connect to terminal C being built adjacent to the APM. The Transfer level which is above the Platform level connects the APM to the Intermodal Terminal Facility (ITF). This building supports rail, bus and taxi access to the APM. General Contractor Hensel Phelps Construction Company hired KENPAT to install interior metail framing, drywall, specialty finishes, ceilings and stucco for the APM facility.

General Contractor Hensel Phelps Construction Company hired KENPAT Central Florida to provide the interior framing, drywall and ceilings for the Orlando International Airport South Airport Automated People Mover (APM) complex. This included the installation of:
• 220,000 SF Drywall
• 25,000 SF Acoustic ceilings
• 6,600 SF Wood wall panels and ceiling panels

KENPAT self-performed 100% of this scope.