MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CRUISE SHIP BUS STATION

 

MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CRUISE SHIP BUS STATION

The South Terminal Cruise Ship bus station is the origin and conclusion point for passengers travelling between the Port of Miami and Miami International Airport. The Project consists of a cruise ship bus station, with 16 covered bus parking positions for the loading and unloading of passengers, 8 are connected directly to the Terminal and 8 are connected via canopies.  The canopies are made of exposed tube steel and white canvas evoking the image of the cruise ship terminal at the Port of Miami.  Passengers can check-in for their flights at one of the 25 dedicated check-in counters located within the Terminal, while baggage is screened through the fully automated baggage handling system within the Terminal. 

 

Joint Venture Mateu Carreno Rizo & Partners 

Location: Miami, Florida

Total Size: 1,200,000 SF

Construction Cost: $368,000,000.00

Owner: Miami-Dade Aviation Department

Civil Engineers: HJ Ross & Associates

Structural Engineers: Martinez Kreh & Associates/DeSimone Consulting Engineers

Mechanical, Electrical Engineers: TLC Engineering For Architecture

Plumbing, FP: HJ Ross & Associates

Baggage Handling Consultant: BNP Associates

(786) 717-7100. 2655 S Le Jeune Rd, Suite 607, Coral Gables, Florida, 33134. jcarty@CartyArchitecture.com

 

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Photographer credits: Steven Brooke, Island Studio, Smith Aerial Photography, Al Diaz, and Carty Architecture

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