International, Inc. was selected to provide professional architectural
and engineering services for the new Cargo Building 224 that is part
of the new structures needed to satisfy the "Cargo Area Development
Master Plan" prepared by the Dade County Aviation Department. Architects
International was responsible for the construction supervision of this
project, which required careful consideration to the construction sequence
on order to avoid disrupting the on-going cargo operations during this
time. The design was based on a standard Building module to be used
throughout the building. The roof deck parking of the building will
be interconnected with the existing buildings 706 and 708. The building
envelope is mainly masonry with a pre-cast canopy, with the exception
of the service core which consists of masonry units with stucco finishes.
Miami International Airport, N.W.
21 St. and 66th Ave.
building 2224 consists of 1119,000 SF. of which approx. 95,000 is dedicated
to warehouse space and the remaining 22,232 is for office space.