Royal Caribbean Cruises began construction in June of 2019 on its $300 million headquarters in Miami. Located on Dodge Island, the 10-story, 350,000-sf facility will provide open-plan offices and collaboration spaces to promote connectivity. Designed by HOK to mitigate the potential risks of climate change, the structure's lobby will be located 15 feet above sea level, and critical building systems will be sited on upper levels for maximum resiliency. Modeled on the company's cruise ships, each floor will extend outwards from the structure to provide shading to the floor beneath, and the roof level will feature a three-story garden atrium. The project will enable Royal Caribbean Cruises to consolidate two existing office buildings and several temporary locations. Completion is expected in late 2020.