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Suffolk to Build $14 million FIU Project in Miami
Suffolk Construction was awarded a $14 million project to construct the new Florida International University School of International and Public Affairs building. “We’re extremely pleased to be chosen for this exciting project, which will be an excellent addition to the growing campus,” said Dago Diaz, vice president of Suffolk Construction’s Education Group.Upon completion, scheduled for August 2010, the five-story 58,408 sq-ft building at the school’s University Park Campus will be a venue for faculty and graduate student research, as well as lectures, workshops, performances and conferences. The structural steel and concrete structure will have three auditoriums on the ground level, with the largest one cantilevering 40 ft with a Japanese Garden situated underneath. The ground level area will also offer a café and restrooms. Two elevators will be installed, and the upper-level floors will consist of classrooms, offices and restrooms.The building is also anticipated to be designated a LEED ‘Silver’ project, with waterless urinals, a ‘green’ roof and other environmentally friendly features.Construction is scheduled to begin April 2009.The following Miami-area firms are involved with the project:• Arquitectonica - architectural engineer• Pistorino & Alam Consulting Engineers - structural engineer• MEP Engineering, Inc. – mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineer• Terra Civil Engineering, civil engineerFor more information about Suffolk Construction, visit www.SuffolkConstruction.com
The Miami-Dade County Commission approved the Marlins New Ballpark March 23, clearing the way for construction to begin this summer. The Miami City Commission provided approval Thursday, March 19.
The future home of the Marlins will be a first-class baseball stadium that will be owned by Miami-Dade County. It will be constructed on approximately 17 acres of the historic 42-acre Orange Bowl site. The ballpark will have a retractable roof, a natural grass playing field, 37,000 seats, including approximately 3,000 club seats and 60 private suites. The team will change its name to the Miami Marlins prior to the completion of the new Miami Marlins ballpark in 2012.