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This product is a zip file that contains files that consist of PowerPoint slides synchronized with the audio-recording of the speaker, PDF files of the slides, and audio only (mp3 format) as noted.

The Orlando International Airport is developing a new South Terminal Complex, including landside and 26 airside gates. The 2 million square ft. addition costs approximately $3 billion. The existing North Terminal is being renovated with energy optimization in mind. The Airport is conscious of its energy consumption and employs tactics through its sustainability management plan. This session discusses the challenges encountered by team members from the perspective of the owner's director of planning and construction, M/E/P systems's commissioning, and building envelope commissioning authorities. Commissioned systems included all major building envelope, mechanical, plumbing, electrical and life safety systems.

1. Touch and Go: Commissioning Issues for Large Airport ExpansionRobert Knoedler, P.E., Member, Hanson Professional Services, Raleigh, NC

2. Energy and Sustainability Management for Aviation FacilitiesMichelle DeLora, AIA,1 Davin Ruohomaki1 and Robert Knoedler, P.E., Member2, (1)Greater Orlando Aviation Authority, Orlando, FL, (2)Hanson Professional Services, Raleigh, NC