- Construction Date 14 Mar 2009
- Location Miami, Florida
- Architect Borelli & Partners
- Owner Miami Dade Aviation Department
- Scope of Work Plumbing
- General Contractor Hensel Phelps Construction Company
- Category Transportation
Miami International Airport is known by many as the Gateway to America, and this $1.1 billion expansion continues to add to that welcome. The 1.2 million square foot South Terminal serves 8 million travelers annually with flights to and from Latin America, Asia and Africa. The addition connects Concourse H with the new Concourse J, completing the hub’s horseshoe shape.
Terminal functions include arrival and departure curbs, extensive ticketing areas, airline offices, retail and food service concessions, public restrooms, security check points, automated domestic and international baggage claim and baggage make-up areas, in-transit baggage re-check area, curbside check-in facilities, Federal Inspection Services (FIS) facilities, in-transit lounges and general storage and support spaces.