Construction Is Now Underway At Royal Caribbean’s Global Headquarters In Miami, Will House 4,200 Employees

A newly taken photo shows that Royal Caribbean has commenced work on a massive office complex at PortMiami.

Around 4,200 employees will be based in the new state-of-the-art campus, from where the company’s global operation will be overseen.

By comparison, the 60-story, 1121-foot Comcast Technology Center tower opened in Philadelphia last year, which will house 4,000 company employees.

The Royal Caribbean campus includes a 10-story, 350,000 square-foot building designed to look like a ship at rest. There will also be a 1,500-space parking garage.

RCL wants to be able to attract the best talent from around the country, and is building a long list of amenities as a draw. Employees will have access to a soccer field, volleyball court, basketball court, and fitness center.

Sustainable design is a priority of the company and its architects. Landscaping will be comprised of indigenous flora, while the parking garage will be outfitted with electric car chargers, photovoltaic cells, and rainwater collectors.

HOK is the architect, with Plaza Construction the contractor.

 

(photo: ryan rc rea)