To erect Miami International Airport's 1.27-mile-long automated people mover system—featuring trains manufactured in Japan—builders had to work above and along MIA's entranceway. Additionally, building the system's new station left just a 10-ft gap on three sides, between new construction and two existing garage structures.
Owner Miami-Dade Aviation Dept., Miami
Lead Designer/General Contractor Parsons-Odebrecht Joint Venture, Miami
Architect M.C. Harry Associates, Miami
Engineers TY Lin International, Miami; SZA Corp., Miami; NOVA Consulting, Doral, Fla.; Fraga Engineers, Miami
APM Systems Contractor Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, New York
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