Please join NAWIC Miami Chapter 41's monthly general membership meeting, where you will have an opportunity to network with female professionals within the construction industry. Meet with Tutor Perini Building Corp, learn about their new courthouse project and how you can be a part of the construction process!
The Project involves the development, design, construction, financing, operation and maintenance of a new Civil and Probate Courthouse for Miami-Dade County. This new facility will provide space and services related to Civil and Probate Divisions of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, the Clerk of Courts and other related court partners and agencies. The Project shall include the following facilities:
46 finished jury courtrooms and shell space for an additional 4 jury courtrooms; and
a Parking Area with secure parking for 59 vehicles
Approximately 607,00 sf total, including 581,000 sf of Courtrooms and support spaces plus 26,000 sf of parking
Scope includes foundations, structural reinforced concrete shell; aluminum & glass, masonry and precast concrete exterior cladding; interior tenant work including finishes, furniture and equipment; elevators, electrical, mechanical, fire protection and tow voltage systems; and site work with utilities.
The design is expected to be completed early in 2020, for ground breaking soon thereafter. The entire duration of the construction and design is 4 (Four) years. The Project is subject to Miami-Dade County Responsible Wages, local labor and disadvantaged business utilization goals, and other Miami-Dade County requirements.Project participation compliance will include:
- Employ Miami-Dade Program
- Resident's First Training & Employment Program
- Community Business Enterprise (CBE)
- Small Business Enterprise (SBE)
- Community Small Business Enterprise (CSBE)
NAWIC unites women who are actively employed in various capacities of the construction industry, including women-owned businesses, construction companies, contractors, tradeswomen, engineers, architects, suppliers, insurance, banking and legal fields. We also work to promote continuing/higher education and encourage women to pursue, establish and broaden their careers in the construction industry. We are a self-governing, non-profit organization with about 6,000 members nationwide, 400 members in the State of Florida, with almost one quarter of these members located in South Florida.
Hope to see you there!