Renovation/expansion of Cruise Terminals 22/24 and 25 into a single Cruise Passenger Terminal 25. New Customs Border Patrol federal inspections services, improvements to ground transportation area, passenger movement, baggage processing, passenger loading bridges, check-in counters, seating and baggage collection areas. Maximize utilization of existing terminals, roads and assess the condition of building structures. (All Commission Districts)
|Schedule||Start Date||End Date|
|Programming||July 2015||October 2015|
|Design||May 2017||November 2017|
|Construction||September 2017||October 2018|
Current Status: Negotiations with cruise lines completed with Board approval of an agreement in June 2017 authorizing Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines to act as a construction agent for the Terminal Reconfiguration Project. Design is fully underway with construction anticipated to begin in fall 2017.
After a competitive selection process during the summer of 2017, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines selected Moss and Associates as Managing General Contractor for the project.
What Cruise Terminal 25 looks like now.
Example of Cruise Terminal 25 after renovations.
Example of Cruiser Terminal 25 renovation plans.