OIA Intermodal Terminal Facility

Orlando, FL

Greater Orlando Aviation Authority

SchenkelShultz is responsible for the programming and master planning for a new Intermodal Terminal Facility that will connect air and rail transportation at Orlando International Airport. The planning incorporates technical accommodations for 4 types of rail systems including Intercity Passenger Rail, Commuter Rail, Light Rail and an Automated People Mover (APM) system that connects the future South Terminal Complex with the existing North Terminal Complex, offering a “seamless” travel experience for the passenger. The Conceptual Programming includes provisions for Passenger Services, Transfer Lobby, Waiting/Hold Rooms, Offices, Ticketing, Concessions, Ground Transportation, future Baggage Services, and a Parking Garage for 5,000 vehicles.

Photography Credit: JL Photo-graphic


2020 Innovative Public Project - Leadership Awards (Automated People Mover)

USGBC - Central Florida

Grand Award Winner at the American Council of Engineering Companies

Florida (ACEC-FL) Engineering Excellence Awards

2018 Commercial Service Airport Project of the Year (Intermodal Terminal Facility)

Florida Department of Transportation

2018 Best Project - Airport / Transit Category (Automated People Mover)


2018 Award of Merit - Airport / Transit Category (Intermodal Terminal Facility)


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