Miami-based B&A will provide architectural and engineering design and permitting services for the terminal and a new parking garage and site work.
According to a Port Canaveral spokeswoman, B&A was among three firms that participated in a competitive design review. The port's selection committee scored B&A's submission at 282 points of 300 possible points, she said.
The other two firms, Atkins of Melbourne, Florida, and BEA Architects of Miami, tied at 273 points each.
This closely follows the Canaveral Port Authority's contracting with CH2M Engineering to provide the waterside design, engineering and support services for the $150m facility, which is targeted for completion in 2019.