Miami Intermodal Center wins Engineering Award
ENR Global Best Projects awards the Miami Intermodal Center with Award of Merit for the project’s challenges.
The Miami Intermodal Center has won an engineering award for the project’s challenges. ENR’s independent judges noted the $360.4-million project’s “incredible challenges” included building over multiple rail lines, state roads and an active waterway, which required some barge-based segment erection.
Italian firm Rizzani de Echer fabricated and installed all segmental bridges. The design of the three-level Metrorail station—which features glass fabricated in Colombia—caught the attention of ENR’s judges, with one calling it “visually stunning.” Zahner provided the engineered structure and surface, fabricating and installing the components for the Miami Intermodal Center at the Airport.