AFCO Completes Construction of GSE Facility at Orlando International Airport

AFCO Completes Construction

AFCO has completed construction of a 40,000 square-foot ground support equipment (GSE) maintenance facility at Orlando International Airport (MCO). AFCO teamed with the design/build firm The Haskell Group based in Jacksonville, Florida.

The new facility is the only purpose-built, multi-tenant GSE maintenance facility at MCO. The 30-year ground lease between AFCO and the Greater Orlando Airport Authority (GOAA) offers an ideal site location for state-of-the-art GSE maintenance operations, with an airside equipment staging area, complete with equipment wash rack facilities.

The facility is 75% pre-leased. The initial tenants will take occupancy on February 1st, and the remaining tenants will take occupancy on March 1st. Tenants include Southwest Airlines, Tug Technologies, Skytanking USA, Quantem Aviation and Penaville Servisair USA.

Jim Norris, AFCO Vice President, Development, negotiated the terms of the ground lease with GOAA. AFCO also owns and operates 50,000 square feet of office flex cargo facilities at MCO.

 

About: AFCO is a recognized leader in the development, management and operation of airports and airport infrastructure.  With broad capabilities and deep experience, AFCO provides an unparalleled level of service and value to its clients including airports, municipalities, commercial and cargo airlines, freight forwarders and a wide variety of other airport users.