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FIU builds more on packed campus

FIU builds more on packed campus

As Florida International University looks to expand, construction is underway on a campus that is already “bursting out at the seams,” according to John Cal, associate vice president of facilities…

Telemundo at capacity filming telenovelas

Telemundo at capacity filming telenovelas

Telemundo has been busy at its production studio in Hialeah. In July, Nielson reported that the network had its best primetime ratings ever in the second quarter of fiscal 2015,…

Coral Gables seeks long-term traffic fix

Coral Gables seeks long-term traffic fix

Coral Gables has requested qualifications of firms interested in conducting a city-wide ten-year multi-modal transportation plan. The request notes that the city’s geographic position as a “transportation linchpin between the…

UM reverses campus traffic growth

UM reverses campus traffic growth

As the University of Miami has grown over the past two decades, it has shrunk its neighborhood traffic impact, a university study says. Janet Gavarrete, associate vice president of campus…

Miami Dade College in building mode

Miami Dade College in building mode

To expand the breadth and depth of its course offerings and create space for greater enrollment, Miami Dade College is building new academic facilities and parking garages on some of…

Beach rolls toward free citywide trolleys

Beach rolls toward free citywide trolleys

Miami Beach expects to add two new trolley routes by next spring and plans to create a free citywide trolley system, Transportation Director José González said. Currently, the city runs…

Landfill gas to power water treatment

Landfill gas to power water treatment

A Miami-Dade County project to cut energy costs by using landfill gas to power a water treatment plant is complete – but won’t generate power at full capacity for another…

Streetscape to revamp Miracle Mile

Streetscape to revamp Miracle Mile

The Coral Gables Streetscape, a $20 million plan to redesign Miracle Mile and a section of Giralda Avenue, is nearing the end of the design phase and construction is expected…

Military Museum takes heavy state fire

Military Museum takes heavy state fire

The South Florida Military Museum suffered another setback last week when Gov. Rick Scott vetoed $1 million in state funding that would have allowed it to finally open its doors,…

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