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Miami International

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Miami-Dade Aviation Department


Miami-Dade Aviation Department

Project size

USD $3 Billion

Period of Performance


Responsible Project Phases

Planning, design, construction


Miami International Airport (MIA) is operated by the Miami-Dade Aviation Department and is the property of Miami-Dade County government. Founded in 1928, MIA is the largest U.S. gateway for Latin America and the Caribbean and is one of the leading international passenger and freight airports in the world. Located on 3,230 acres of land near downtown Miami, MIA's terminal is being expanded to more than seven million square feet through a capital improvement program scheduled for completion in the winter of 2011.

Scope of Services

Professional Cost Management and Scheduling Services, Miami International Airport Prime contract to provide professional cost estimating and associated scheduling and claims consulting services for the Capital Improvement Program for the Miami International Airport and the five county owned auxiliary airports which are Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport, Opa-Locka Airport, Opa-Locka West Airport, Dade-Collier Training and Transition Airport and Homestead General Aviation Airport. There was a 30% Small Business Enterprise goal set for this contract which we are committed to 40%. Sample tasks to date include: Some tasks to date include:

- Miami Terminal South/Terminal Improvements. Renovations in the existing Terminal area “H” building and construction of a new   addition. The new space will provide space for the relocation of Delta Airlines and will be a four-story addition. Cost items   include general appearance upgrading of public space, new flooring, ceiling, walls, entrances, curbside column and wall   cladding, railing, lighting, day-lighting and accessories, new elevators and escalators, refurbishment of baggage claim area #7,   and wider moving walkways on the third floor, all Life Safety Systems, and Mechanical/Electrical systems. Both the new   construction and renovations will be designed to be in compliance with the ADA.

- Miami Regional Commuter Facility. Construction of a 68,000 SF three level terminal building with two gates, covered walkway   with ten gates and apron space to serve as a center for regional shuttle flights. The facility will also contain support spaces for   flight operations and concession areas. This project will connect to the new Concourse D extension, also part of the North   Terminal Development Program. 100% CD Cost Estimate.

- MIA Mover DBOM – Design and Construction. The MIA Mover will be an Automated People Mover (APM) system that will link   the terminal area at Miami International Airport (MIA) with the facilities at the Miami Intermodal Center (MIC) including the   Rental Car Facility (RCF), and have about 1.25 miles of elevated dual lane guideway with two (2) end stations. The Project is a   Design, Build, Operate, and Maintain (DBOM) Contract where a single firm will design and build the entire MIA Mover facility, as   well as operate and maintain it after constructed.

- MIA Regional Commuter Facility Apron – Early Demolition. Demolition of existing Eagle Satellite Building and associated canopy,   manholes, culverts, ductbanks and asphalt as further specified in the Plans entitled MIA Regional Commuter Facility Apron –   Early Demolition Package 1.

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