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Port Canaveral to build new Cruise Terminal 3 targeted for completion in 2019

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Efforts are underway at Port Canaveral for a new cruise terminal. The Canaveral Port Authority (CPA) has contracted with CH2M Engineering to provide the waterside design, engineering and support services for Port Canaveral’s new Cruise Terminal 3. CPA Commissioners approved the $1.2 million funding for CH2M’s project management contract at its June 7 meeting, taking the first step in a two-year work plan to build a state-of-the-art facility able to serve cruise vessels with up to 8,000 guests calling on the Port. The new terminal will replace one of Port’s oldest cruise terminals currently being used for single-day port of call vessels.

CH2M will assist CPA is securing permits from various state and local agencies including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. Coast Guard, Environmental Protection Agency, and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The Port will invest $150 million for the new terminal, targeted for completion in 2019, which will support an estimated nearly 4,000 permanent jobs, in coordination with the Port’s overall modernization and improvement plans, including the Port’s channel widening and deepening, and repairs and improvements to cargo piers.

Recognizing Port Canaveral’s economic role and responsibility in Brevard County and Central Florida, the CPA has invested $195 million over the last few years in the Port’s cruise terminal infrastructure, while remaining steadfast to its charter commitment to provide community access to the Port’s parks and recreation facilities.

For more information, visit www.PortCanaveral.com.

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