Orlando, FL (March
31, 2016) – PCL Construction Services, Inc. in Orlando has been awarded
the Main Ticket Lobby Modifications project at Orlando International Airport.
Those traveling through Orlando International Airport will begin
to notice many changes occurring in key areas of the airport. The
multimillion-dollar terminal lobby modernization project requires PCL to
relocate the airlines, renovate and improve each respective lobby, and return
the airlines to their previous locations. The renovations to the main ticket
lobbies include updated finishes, expanded lobby areas, new façade, upgraded
ticket counters, new video walls, and new passenger amenities. The airport will
maintain operations while all work is completed.
“We look forward to further improving the traveler experience
through the modifications project at Orlando International Airport,” said Rick
Goldman, PCL’s district manager.
PCL has extensive experience
in constructing and renovating airports, and this undertaking marks PCL’s ninth
project at Orlando International Airport. PCL’s depth of experience with
more than 100 aviation projects completed across North America includes
the award-winning design-build of San Diego Airport’s Terminal 2 West
Building/Airside Expansion project. Ticket lobby modification construction at
Orlando International Airport is scheduled to start in July 2016 and be
complete in December 2017.
About PCL Construction
PCL is a group of independent
construction companies that carries out work across the United States, Canada,
the Caribbean, and in Australia. These diverse operations in the civil
infrastructure, heavy industrial, and buildings markets are supported by a
strategic presence in 31 major centers. Together, these companies have an
annual construction volume of more than $7 billion, making PCL one of the
largest contracting organizations in North America. Watch us build at PCL.com.
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