Work starts next month on airport concourse renovation

November 2006
Inside Tucson Business;11/13/2006, Vol. 16 Issue 22, p19
The article reports that the second phase of renovations of the concourses at Tucson International Airport will start in December 2006 in Tucson, Arizona. The action is made after the Airport Authority's board of directors has voted to award a $19.5 million contract for the work to Sundt Construction Inc. The construction project would emphasize the reconfiguration of the security checkpoints including an area for meeters and greeters to welcome arriving passengers in the baggage claim area.


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