Private Provider Building Services for All Aboard Florida
Expedited Plan Review and Inspection Services for High Rise Complex
Timely, Professional Plan Reviews and Inspections for $70M Construction Project
Part of the new high-speed train system that will eventually connect Miami to Orlando, the All Aboard MiamiCentral station is comprised of a two-story, 182,000 square-foot commuter rail station, a 10-story north concourse office tower, a 30-story luxury residential tower, and a 33-story urban residential tower. The estimated total cost for MiamiCentral is $70 million.
Due to the complexity and breadth of the MiamiCentral project, All Aboard Florida sought the expertise of SAFEbuilt’s Provider Services, LLC. To help fulfill tight construction timelines and ensure safe, accurate, thorough processes, All Aboard Florida hired SAFEbuilt to deliver expedited plan review and inspection services.
Our experts at SAFEbuilt continue to provide timely, professional plan reviews and inspections to All Aboard Florida—helping keep this innovative, multi-functional transportation hub on schedule and on the way to strengthening Florida’s economy and community.
Our specific services include:
- Building plan reviews
- Mechanical plan reviews
- Electrical plan reviews
- Plumbing plan reviews
- Building inspections
- Mechanical inspections
- Plumbing inspections
- Electrical inspections
- Preliminary fire inspections
All Aboard Florida is a development company that creates multiuse community spaces that include specific transportation services. The firm is building MiamiCentral station to anchor an iconic area of Miami and support the new Brightline express train service—an advanced passenger train system that will connect Miami and Orlando in just three hours. The new Brightline passenger train system will join the existing Florida East Coast Railway corridor between Miami and Cocoa to newly built track along State Road 528 between Cocoa and Orlando. MiamiCentral will connect passengers to Brightline and existing public transit systems, reduce road traffic in these populous regions of the U.S., and stimulate new retail, commercial, and residential activity.