Miami-Dade County has eliminated the parent company of the Brightline passenger train and another development group from the competition to build a new civil courthouse and left three  groups in the running for construction.

Five development teams started the process vying to build the courthouse, including an unsolicited joint proposal from Coral Gables-based Florida East Coast Industries LLC and El Paso, Texas-based Hunt Cos. Inc. FECI is the parent company of Brightline, which in November announced it’s changing its name to Virgin Trains USA after Richard Branson’s Virgin Group took a minority stake.

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