Enterprise Technology and Service Provider at Orlando International Airport (MCO)

Project Size: 2.5 million square feet

Contract Value: $7.5 million

Length of Construction Project: 2.5 Years


Project Scope:

Stark Integration was contracted to furnish, install, and manage the entire Enterprise Integration and Operations System (EIOS) within the South Terminal Complex at the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority Orlando International Airport. Our system integrators were responsible for providing and installing all control and monitoring devices within eight facilities inside the complex including the North Terminal Maintenance Control Room which is integrated to the North Terminal’s existing EIOS which has also been provided by Stark Tech.


Project Challenge:

During this project, our teams were forced to overcome many obstacles due to the COVID-19 pandemic, including major manpower issues with our staff of installers and technicians. Despite these challenges, we were able to continuously provide the airport with superior customer service and solutions throughout the project’s entirety.


Stark Solution:

Our team provided a complete system consisting of Direct Digital Control Panels (DDCPs), field I/O devices, power supplies, supportive software, and integration to 3rd party systems to meet the written sequences of operations as stated in contract specifications. The EIOS system supports communications to DDCP’s and provides operator interaction, data, and global control functions via a Local Area Network (LAN).


Contracted Scope Included:

  • HVAC Control
  • Energy Management
  • Alarm Monitoring
  • Point Trending
  • Point Reporting and Maintenance Management Functions


Project Results:

In October of 2022, the South Terminal Complex officially opened to the public. It was critical that from the start of this project we kept sustainability and energy efficiency in mind. This project continues to stay in compliance with LEED Energy and Atmosphere (EA) Prerequisite: Develop a breakdown of energy consumption at one month-intervals and report on data to the U.S. Green Building Council for a 5-year period.