Aviation - Miami International Airport Concourse D Extension
This project consists of building a concrete frame that added 12 new gates with over 600,000 square feet of new construction in a 6-story, 1,100-foot long, westerly extension of the existing Concourse D. The frame consists of approximately 1,360 auger cast piles with about 160 reinforced concrete pile caps and columns of various sizes, 15 concrete reinforced shear walls, 9 elevator pits, and 138,000 SF of slab on grade for a new, state-of-the-art baggage handling system. The 5th and 6th level are constructed with structural steel that houses a new high-tech Automatic People Mover (APM) station and guide way. All of this work was performed in a VERY active AOA environment.
"Munilla Construction Management (MCM) has played an important role in the project. The principals always make themselves available whenever the Airport has questions; it is nice to have access to the principals of a firm. This is something one does not always get when working with large corporations." Jose Abreu, Director, Miami International Airport.