Terracon’s Nodarse office in Miami provided oversight related to the driven pile program, construction materials testing for site development, infrastructure, and structures, and both on and off-site inspections of structural steel including welded and bolted connections. Members of the Nodarse team were on hand as construction quality control consultants for fabricating shop inspections of all long-span girders and joists ensuring that properly certified welders were utilized, proper grade, size and thickness of angle steel were used, and welds passed visual inspection for quality assurance. The first phase of the $1.4 billion Miami Intermodal Center includes construction of road and highway improvements, construction of the first phase MIC Central Station core, the consolidated Rental Car Center (3.4 million square feet, 6,500 car capacity) and the construction of the MIC/MIA people mover system. Driven piles and pile caps provide foundation support for this reinforced concrete structural frame. Structural masonry walls are provided and long span steel trusses are utilized for clear space lobbies and to bridge rail lines to provide pedestrian transport.