Atepa East Architect, LLC. is currently working with Paradise Express Ferry, LLC., the developers on a project to bring the first ferry service to the island of Jamaica. The project includes a proposal for a 30,000 Sq. Ft. Ferry Terminal located in Montego Bay. The current conceptual drawings indicate a 2-level, 15,000 Sq. Ft. structure with an observation deck, which is currently being re-designed to accommodate an additional 15,000 Sq. Ft. of high-end retail space. The facility when completed will include The 30,000 SF structure will be constructed with energy-savings in mind, and be LEED certified, utilizing innovative design strategies to reduce heat gain and therefore air conditioning capacity, as well as employing solar panels and wind turbines to generate electricity and reduce dependence on fossil-fuel generated electricity. The pier will be able to accommodate at least two ferries simultaneously, as well as other small boats such as Marine Police launches. The terminal, in addition to providing comfortable air-conditioned lounges and waiting areas, will also include a multimedia teleconference/ banquet space, as well as administrative offices for PEF, ferry operations command center and storage areas, thereby eliminating the need for additional off-site office space and their related expenses.