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Glass Work Continues on Garage

Progress continues on the shingled glass installation on the Kansas City International Airport New Terminal’s 6,100-space parking garage. To date, more than 170 pieces or about 25% of the glass installation is complete. The shingled...

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January 2022 Progress Video

Check out all of the recent progress on the New Terminal at Kansas City International Airport. Many thanks to the Build KCI Team for all of the hard work. The project is on time and...

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Glass Boarding Bridges Inspected

Last week the project team visited JBT AeroTech to inspect the assembly of the first of 39 passenger boarding bridges for the New Terminal at Kansas City International Airport. The glass bridges will provide a distinctive...

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Terrazzo Installation Begins

Terrazzo installation work is underway across the Kansas City International Airport New Terminal with approximately 20 percent complete on the arrivals (lower) level and nearly 50 percent complete on the departures (upper) level. Prior to...

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Wood Ceilings Underway

Work is well underway on the installation of the KCI Airport New Terminal’s 222,000 sq. ft. of wood ceilings. Crews from KC-based E&K will install 11,500+ wood panels by the summer. Visit our Image Library...

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Exterior Nearing Completion

The KCI Airport New Terminal’s exterior is nearing completion as the final glass panels are being installed on the B Concourse amenity node. Crews are in the process of placing more than 170 individual glass...

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Baggage Carousel Installation Underway

The first of the Kansas City International Airport New Terminal’s seven baggage carousels is under construction in the international arrivals area. As this carousel progresses, work continues on the remainder of the more than two...

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A Year of Progress – Video

Hats off the the incredible workers who kept the Build KCI project on-time and on-budget through 2021. We’ve compiled a video of before and after shots to show the progress that was made on the...

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