Stadiums and Arenas

Central Civil Construction Florida

Central Civil Construction has completed dozens of projects for businesses and government organizations in South Florida. Central Civil capabilities include: airport construction; seaport construction; utility/infrastructure construction; environmental construction; highway construction; stadium and arena construction; commercial construction; design-build; demucking; dredging; earthwork; force mains; foundation excavation/backfill; gravity sewer; landfill construction; lift stations; playfield construction; riprap soil stabilization;sanitary sewer; site clearing; underground utility construction; value engineering; water mains.

Central Civil Construction Florida

Florida Marlins Ballpark — Miami

  • Date:  October 2010 – October 2011
  • Contract Amount:  $6.6M
  • Owner:  Marlins Stadium Developer, LLC
  • Prime Contractor:  Hunt/Moss a Joint Venture

Scope of work: Project highlights include the construction of underground utilities including drainage, water, sanitary sewer, and fire lines for the complete stadium and adjacent properties. Roadway reconstruction of approximately 4 miles of new 2-3 lane roadway including earthwork, soil contamination remediation, paving, curbing and walks, striping and signage.

Homestead Miami Speedway Parking — Homestead

  • Date:  October 2010 – October 2011
  • Contract Amount:  $5.1M
  • Owner:  NATC
  • Prime Contractor:  Central Civil Construction

Scope of work: Project highlights include the construction of approximately 120 Acre earthen parking areas including storm drainage, grassing and fencing. Imported and placed approximately 300,000 cu.yd. of rock fill.

American Airlines Arena — Miami

  • Date:  1999 — 2000
  • Contract Amount:  $2.8M
  • Owner:  Basketball Properties Inc.
  • General Contractor:  Morse Diesel - Odebrecht, Inc.

Scope of work: Project highlights include the structural excavation and backfilling for pile cap construction, underground utilities, parking lot paving and roadway, highway lighting, curbing and walks, as a subcontractor.