With five full-service cruise terminals serving some 4.5 million passengers each year, Port Canaveral is the world’s second-busiest cruise port and a key hub for Central Florida’s tourism and space industries.
Bermello Ajamil & Partners is designing a 190,000 square-foot cruise terminal building to meet the port’s growing needs. The project includes a 1,650-space parking garage, as well as site work and utility and roadway capacity improvements, in the George King Boulevard corridor.
Slated for completion in Fall 2019, the new Cruise Terminal 3 at Port Canaveral draws on B&A’s comprehensive expertise in architecture, landscape architecture, engineering and project management. The project also reflects B&A’s outstanding ability to maximize the long-term sustainability of both new and redeveloped projects.
Port Canaveral Cruise Terminal 3 will be built on the site of Terminal 3, east of the port’s Cove restaurant district and west of Jetty Park. The existing terminal, which currently hosts day visits from port-of-call ships, will be torn down to make way for the new facility. Complementing its striking design and larger footprint, the new Terminal 3 will offer an array of new features and capabilities, including U.S. Customs and Border Control services. Based on current renderings, it appears that the terminal may be space themed.
Bermello Ajamil & Partners Inc. (B&A) is one of the top international Architecture, Engineering, Planning, Landscape Architecture, Interior Design and Construction Services firms. B&A serves several market sectors including Maritime, Aviation, Commercial, Residential, Healthcare, Education, Municipal and Transportation. Headquartered in Miami, the firm operates on 6 continents from its offices in Florida, New York and Denmark.
Source: Bermello Ajamil & Partners