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Bids Accepted for Terminal Expansion Project
September 12, 2006

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Bids for the second largest ever construction project for Hector International Airport were accepted on Tuesday by the Municipal Airport Authority.  The $15.5 million passenger terminal expansion project was designed by TL Stroh Architects and Interiors of Fargo, ND. 

 

The first phase of the project will entail a west expansion of the terminal building adding an additional boarding gate area and a baggage claim.  The terminal will also receive newer, wider escalators and a new elevator.  Once that phase is completed, the terminal will be expanded to the north adding a larger security checkpoint area and expanding the departure lounge areas for gates 2 and 3.

 

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In addition to the expansion, the existing terminal will receive many new updates including: interior color, lighting, furniture, windows, roofing, and the overhead canopy in front of the terminal will be updated. 

 

The terminal will still function normally during construction with a few minor inconveniences to the traveling public.

 

The project is scheduled to begin this fall with a late 2008 completion and is funded by the Federal Aviation Administration and the Municipal Airport Authority.

 

 

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