Banyan Air Service U.S. Customs & Border Protection Facility
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Banyan Air Service Building 7  will be a secondary US Customs & Border Protection (CBP) facility at the Opa-Locka Executive Airport (OPF).  The facility will be home to CBP staff who will screen passengers traveling to and from the USA from the Opa-Locka Airport.  Security is of the utmost importance and as a result there are many security features built into the facility such as steel bars at all exterior roof penetrations, card access, CCTV with microphones, duress system, electronic lock system with integrated REX’s, burglar system with door position indicators, ballistic and blast rated materials incorporated into the walls and glazing system.  The building spaces include general officer rooms, restrooms, passenger processing with baggage examination and x-ray machine screening, search rooms, interview rooms, holding cells, passenger waiting rooms, cashier office, agricultural laboratory, secured storage and LAN room.  The building is separated by secured side and unsecured side which is the airside vs. land side. Travelers leaving the USA arrive on the public side (land side) go through passenger processing and are allowed to proceed to the airplane (secured side).


Owner: CPF Investment Group     Location: Miami, FL


Overview:  New Construction // 7,200 SF // Occupied Commerce Center // Air & Land Constraints