Virtual Tech Tours

Port Canaveral Cruise Terminal 3

Port Canaveral is recognized as the second busiest cruise port in the world and the third largest Florida port by earned revenues. Canaveral Port Authority and Carnival Cruise Line invested in building a new two-story 185,000-sq. ft. CT-3 terminal to accommodate the new 180,000-ton Carnival Cruise Line ship. Constructing the CT-3 terminal, plus an adjacent elevated parking facility to accommodate nearly 1,800 vehicles, and related wharf, road, and access improvements, totaled $150 million. This is estimated to be the largest single project in the history of the Port. Come learn about the details of this project as we explore the CT-3 terminal throughout its construction.


SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center

The City of Sacramento and partners embarked on the renovation and expansion of the SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center. Included in the construction renovation is a new theater, main entrance on L Street, improved acoustics and performance space, an enlarged lobby, expanded restrooms and concessions, ADA improvements, and an activity plaza north of the Theater for community events and other uses. Come join CMAA to see how this $94 million project has progressed and will transform downtown Sacramento.


Collin College Wylie Campus

Collin College Wiley Campus is a $166.1 million project a on 97-acre site. The site was planned and constructed around ephemeral stream and wetlands under USACE jurisdiction. The campus will have 5 new buildings totaled 340,000 SF and consisted of Library, Campus Commons, Student Center, Conference Center and Central Utility Plant. Come join AECOM as they take us on a virtual tour of this project's developments.

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