PortMiami Tunnel

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The design of entrance and exit portals to twin tube tunnels, are each 3,900 feet long and 41 feet in diameter reaching a depth of 120 feet below the water. The tunnels connect PortMiami (located on an island in Biscayne Bay) with Watson Island where traffic flows to the MacArthur Causeway (State Road A1A/1-395), connecting Miami Beach to Miami and the mainland The overall project includes a tunnel under Government Cut, roadway work on Dodge and Watson Islands and MacArthur Causeway Bridge widening.

Location Miami, Florida
Type Institutional, Transportation
Services Landscape Architecture, Design Architect, Graphic Design
Size 6 Acres (above ground)
Awards
Award of Merit – Institutional Category - FL ASLA 2016
Honor Award of Excellence for New Work - AIA Florida & Caribbean 2015
Design Award of Excellence – Related Arts Category – SARA 2014 (Society of American Registered Architects)
Award of Honor – Divine Detail Category – AIA Miami 2014
Architizer A+ Communications - Short List 2015
Featured in Civil Engineering Magazine, November 2014
Award of Merit – Institutional Category - FL ASLA 2016
Honor Award of Excellence for New Work - AIA Florida & Caribbean 2015
Design Award of Excellence – Related Arts Category – SARA 2014 (Society of American Registered Architects)
Award of Honor – Divine Detail Category – AIA Miami 2014
Architizer A+ Communications - Short List 2015
Featured in Civil Engineering Magazine, November 2014