Airports/Seaports

Airports and Seaports
Transportation infrastructure such as airport terminals and port terminals should be designed to capture the personality and progression of a city. These terminals are often the first impression a city makes on new visitors, thus highlighting the importance of aesthetically pleasing structures that also serve to funnel traffic quickly and efficiently.
Please review some of our previous work for our airport/seaport clients.
American Airlines North Terminal Development CD Infill, MIA
A new 4-story terminal between existing airport concourses C and D and included the design of a ramp control tower, a series of guideways for an automated people mover (APM) system running above the roof, an APM train station, a maintenance and storage facility and a train wash facility for the APM trains. Location: Miami, Florida Size of Project: 825,000 square feet / 4-Stories

American Airlines North Terminal Development CD Infill, MIA
Architect:  Wolfberg Alverez & Partners

American Airlines North Terminal Development BC Infill, MIA
A new 4-story terminal between existing airport concourses B and C and included the design of a series of guideways for an automated people mover (APM) system running above the roof and an APM train station. Location: Miami, Florida Size of Project: 450,000 square feet / 4-Stories

American Airlines North Terminal Development BC Infill, MIA
Architect: Bermello Ajamil & Partners

American Airlines North Terminal Development – D Extension, MIA
A new 6-story terminal adjacent to existing airport concourse D and included the design of a  series of guideways for an automated people mover (APM) system running above the roof and an APM train station. Location: Miami, Florida Size of Project: 600,000 square feet / 6-Stories

American Airlines North Terminal Development – D Extension, MIA
Architect: Harper Partners

 

South Terminal / Terminal H Improvements – MIA
A 5-story terminal building with baggage claim/handling facilities occupying level 1, ticketing occupying level 2, international arrivals and a moving walkway occupying level 3, Delta Airlines Crown Room Club occupying level 4, and mechanical equipment rooms occupying level 5. Location: Miami, Florida Size of Project: 200,000 square feet / 5-Stories

South Terminal / Terminal H Improvements – MIA
Architect: Rodriguez & Quiroga Architects Chartered

Royal Caribbean Cruise Terminal A (Port Miami)
A new 3-story, 200,000 square-foot cruise terminal building and an adjacent 7-story, 1,000 car, parking garage structure for the  Oasis-class ships Allure of the Seas and Symphony of the Seas. The terminal building is a 3-story, steel-framed building with a dramatic sloping roof that, along with the profile of the garage façade, is being called the “Crown of Miami”. Location: Miami, Florida Size of Project: 200,000 square feet Completion Date: 2018

Royal Caribbean Cruise Terminal A (Port Miami)
Architect: Bermello Ajamil & Partners