MIA North Terminal Development

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North Terminal Development Program

The North Terminal Program (NTP) at Miami International Airport was a long-term construction program, approved by Miami-Dade County, comprised of several inter-related Capital Improvement Projects. The NTP was designed to prepare MIA for the growth in future travel demands in the 21st Century. American Airlines, the largest air carrier at MIA, utilizes the North Terminal as its Latin American Hub.

The NTP consolidated the existing terminals and concourses, A, B, C and D, and provided new contact gates for commuter aircraft. The NTP concourse stretches 1.3 miles and comprised of 3.6 million square feet of new construction and renovations; the projects included 50 gates, airline ticket offices, counters, departure lounges, immigration and naturalization service facilities, concessions, a new baggage system, and a rooftop automated people mover system.

PACOTECH™, as a subconsultant to the Turner/Austin JV team, provided cost estimating, change management, claims management and change order negotiation services.

Agency:
Miami-Dade County/American Airlines
Miami, FL

Client:
Turner/Austin JV

Project Value:
$2.6 Billion

Contract Value:
$200,000

Project Period:
2004 – 2005

Contact/Reference:
Ricardo Santana
Former Executive, Turner
Projects Development and Controls Manager
North Terminal Development Program
Tel: 306-776-7016
E-mail: ricardoasl@aol.com

Services Provided:
Cost Estimating
Change Management
Claims Management
Change Order Negotiation

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