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Global Best Projects Winner, Airports/Ports: MIA North Terminal Development Program

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Builders of Miami International Airport's new $1.1-billion North Terminal transformed a 50-year-old building into a mile-long, 3.2-million-sq-ft transportation hub. The seven-year effort—broken up via five separate contracts—required demolishing two concourses and doubling the length of another concourse. 

The joint venture team used a phased, gate-driven schedule to trim two years from the original construction timetable. At peak, crews produced $30 million worth of construction per month, delivering the project on schedule and with no claims.

Location Miami

Project Team

Owner Miami-Dade Aviation Dept., Miami

Designers Bermello-Ajamil & Partners, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Corgan Associates, Dallas; Leo A. Daly, Miami; Rodriguez and Quiroga, Coral Gables, Fla.; and Wolfberg Alvarez, Coral Gables

General Contractor Parsons-Odebrecht Joint Venture, Miami

Program Manager Sequeira & Gavarrete, Coral Gables, Fla.

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