Miami’s Museum Park Sees First Signs of Life

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Following years of planning and widespread anticipation surrounding the transformation of Miami’s Bicentennial Park into a new Museum Park, work crews have begun an environmental remediation process that will prepare eight acres of land on the park site for vertical construction. The remediation process marks a crucial first step toward the development of new buildings for Miami Art Museum and Miami Science Museum. The remediation process, managed by Suffolk Construction Company and John Moriarty & Associates of Florida, Inc., is slated for completion by the beginning of November 2010.

Construction of Miami Art Museum’s Herzog & de Meuron-designed building is scheduled to begin soon after remediation is completed this November with delivery planned for 2013; groundbreaking of Miami Science Museum’s new 250,000 square foot building by Grimshaw Architects will take place in late 2011 with the museum opening its doors in 2014.

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