Princess Juliana International Airport Terminal Rebuild, Simpson Bay, Sint Maarten (SXM)

On September 6, 2017, the Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM) terminal building suffered significant damage when Hurricane Irma struck the island as a Category 5 hurricane. Ten days later, the already compromised infrastructure was further damaged by Hurricane Maria. The roof of the terminal building was blown off; the entrance doors caved in and the inside of the terminal was battered. This resulted in significant damage to equipment and electronics on all levels of the terminal. The aftermath of water leakage and high humidity subsequently lead to the formation of mold growth on the walls and ceilings, rendering the building inoperable. With temporary provisions for passengers, flight operations resumed in October of 2017.

Moye Consulting is providing technology design services for a new replacement international terminal building.  The project includes four jet gates, nine ground loaded gates, and a two-level terminal approximately 100,000 square feet in size.

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Systems
  • Advanced Visual Docking Guidance System (AVDGS)

  • Electronic Visual Information Display Systems (EVIDS)

  • Common Use Passenger Processing Systems (CUPPS)

  • Visual Paging

  • Public Address

  • Digital Signage

  • Master Antenna Televisions (MATV)

  • Voice and Data Network

  • Premise Distribution System (PDS)

  • Wi-Fi

  • Audio Surveillance

  • Access Control System (ACS)

  • Video Surveillance

  • Intercom

Services
  • Survey and Documentation

  • System Design

  • Construction Documents

  • Bid Phase Services

  • Construction Support Services

Owner: Princess Juliana Int'l Airport Holding Company N.V.

Client: Corgan Associates, Inc.

Estimated Construction Cost: $120M

Estimated Completion Date: July 2021

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