Brightline is the only privately owned, operated, and maintained project of its kind being developed in the United States today. The project’s 235- mile network of rail lines connects South Florida to Central Florida by operating on the existing Florida East Coast (FEC) corridor and creating new tracks to Orlando. The unprecedented infrastructure project provides a vital new service for Florida residents, business people, and visitors, and eliminates more than three million car trips from the region’s roadways each year. Planning, designing, and delivering this transformational project entailed one client, three sites, two general contractors, and multiple architects, engineers, and craftspersons—as well as countless passionate professionals working tirelessly to invent something absolutely new and unprecedented. From the start, the whole team of developers, designers and builders committed to collaboration. While every building project is ultimately the shared success of many, Brightline is an exceptional case study in fearlessly pushing limits. Three stations—located in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach—are key portals within the rail system. Envisioned not only as gateways to their respective cities, but also as iconic destinations, the terminals are filled with spaces to shop, eat, and meet. A common material palette, design aesthetic, and planning strategy unite the three facilities.


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