Kraus-Anderson Construction wraps up Phase 2 of Falls International Airport

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

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The Bemidji office of Kraus-Anderson has completed construction of phase two of the Falls International Airport (INL).  The Phase Two construction cost of $5.3 million was a separately funded project and completes the full replacement of the 17,894-square-foot terminal building, and provides new space for U.S. Customs processing, a National Weather Service office, TSA offices and Airport Administration, Kraus-Anderson said in a Tuesday announcement. 

Phase one was completed in the fall of 2017 and included the replacement of approximately two-thirds of the old terminal designed by architecture, planning and interiors firm Alliiance.  The $10 million project featured a new arrival and departure services with check-in ticketing counters and kiosks, secured gate lounge, baggage handling, passenger boarding bridge, TSA screening area, car rental services and public lobby/waiting area.

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