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KCI's $1.5 Billion Single Terminal Is Halfway Done

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Members of the media and officials walk through the “headhouse” Tuesday where ticketing and security points will be located inside the new KCI terminal. A raised roadway separates the terminal from the parking garage that offers nearly 6,200 spaces and 60 electric car-charging stations.
Carlos Moreno
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KCUR 89.3
Members of the media and officials walk through the “headhouse” at Kansas City International Airport in April.

Scheduled for completion in March 2023, construction is progressing on time and on budget.

Even thought the terminal won't be completed for another two years, enough progress has been made that officials are showing it off now. Over $5.5 million is dedicated to public art projects, some of which have already been selected.

  • Carlos Moreno, KCUR photographer and reporter
  • Hector Casanova, artist and member of the Municipal Art Commission
  • Geoff Stricker, managing director for Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate
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