Program Management Services
Paredes Design Consultants
other services also entail Public Relations Work and
1995 Master Plan Update- MCO-Task E
Parades Design Consultants
developed “Task E” terminal program requirements
for the 37.5 million enplanement scenario of the
South Terminal Complex development.
This critical study produced information that served
as a basis for the feasibility study of Phase One.
Development Study 1995 Master Plan Team
Design Consultants Corporation examined current Airside # 4
1993 International Projects
Paredes Design Consultants provided the Design Manager for 7000 passengers (per hour) Federal Inspection Facility at Orlando International Airport. Our firm assisted GOAA staff in developing conceptual studies and presentation to Federal Agencies and Board Members. A variety of different conceptual schemes were developed which included an Airside #2 concept, landside and stand-alone facility between Airside 2 & 4.
Rail Alignment Review
Design Consultants were involved in several proposed rail routes
throughout the airport’s property, station location and
preliminary station concepts. Future rail proposals were also
examined for concurrence with South Terminal Complex Concept
Report as well as airfield impact.
Old McCoy Terminal Reuse Study
Design Consultants studied the feasibility of a remote Five
Gate Stand-Alone Terminal. This included preparation of a site plan
and a curbside/roadway study. Conceptual plans and sections
were developed to identify a possible reuse.
South Terminal Complex
Paredes Design Consultants performed planning and conceptual designs for MCO's new 100 gate South Terminal Complex. This tasks included planning for a Centralized Landside Terminal design, Architectural Programming requirements and Future Rail interface concept. Paredes Design Consultants managed team members in developing and producing the South Terminal Complex Report which included all of the following components and tasks: