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PORT OF MIAMI TERMINAL F

 

PORT OF MIAMI TERMINAL F AWARDED TO MCM!

Nov 4th, 2016 - MCM was awarded the $38 million Design-Build Project to Renovate and Expand Terminal F at the Port of Miami. Our Design Team is headed by Beremblum, Bush & Associates, an architectural firm specialized in Port Terminal Design. MCM was selected as the most qualified Firm before the summer, but the award was finalized only a few weeks ago. 

The project will consist of three phases.

 Phase 1 involves the reconfiguration and renovationof the existing three-story passenger terminal. This includes demolition to reconfigure a more flexible, efficient baggage laydown area and a secured embark bagdrop/X-ray and baggage hold area. The existing second level of Terminal F will become a large waiting area with direct access to the level three, sterile passenger concourse and passenger boarding bridge. And finally, upgrade of the fire protection/alarm systems to bring them up to code, and renovating the restrooms.

Phase 2 is the construction of a new three-story addition immediately east of Cruise Termina F that will accommodate passenger embarkation functions such as support offices, waiting areas and restrooms.

Phase 3 will consist of the construction of a third-level sterile concourse corridor connecting the existing terminal with the new addition.

The expansion will allow the terminal to handle larger ships and is expected to generate $3.5 million more in revenue.

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MIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT BAGGAGE HANDLING BUILDING

Parsons–Odebrecht Joint Venture Awarded Miami International Airport’s Baggage Handling Improvements ContractMore News

Miami-Dade County has awarded a contract for improvements to baggage-handling systems at Miami International Airport (MIA) to Odebrecht USA and its joint-venture partner, Parsons Corporation.

The project will replace the in-line security screening portion of the South Terminal baggage-handling system (BHS) and will install an automated sortation system for the Central Terminal BHS, including outbound baggage conveyance systems, electrical modifications and power distribution systems, mechanical modifications, a 60,000-square-foot addition to the existing terminal building and a post-security corridor connecting Terminals G and H.

The contract for pre-construction services is $7.5 million, with a not-to-exceed construction budget of $177 million. The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is supporting the project with a grant to Miami-Dade County of $101 million.

The Miami-Dade Aviation Department, which manages MIA, has set a goal of Silver Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for the project.

Local small business and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise “DBE” participation in the project is estimated to be more than $25 million, with some 600 local direct and indirect jobs to be created. Upon completion, the project will significantly improve MIA’s security and operating efficiency.

Collaborating for more than a 15 years, the Parsons–Odebrecht Joint Venture has successfully delivered several construction projects for MIA, including the South Terminal expansion, the complete reconstruction of the North Terminal, and construction of the guideway and stations for the MIA.

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