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. A limited notice to proceed was executed in August 2017 for initial project scope, demolition of Terminals 22/24 and development of final GMP.
What Cruise Terminal 25 looks like now.
Example of Cruise Terminal 25 after renovations.
Example of Cruiser Terminal 25 renovation plans.