The CWC Joint Venture, consisting of Clark, Weitz and Clarkson has completed work on Kansas City International Airport’s (MCI) terminal upgrade project in co-operation with the City of Kansas City, the Kansas City Aviation Department and Edgemoor Infrastructure.

The single terminal will replace Kansas City International’s existing three-terminal concept, originally built in 1972. It will open on 28 February following an overnight switchover between the old and new terminals.

Completion of this four-year build marks the end of the single largest infrastructure project in Kansas City’s history
Ben Bunge, Director of Aviation at the Weitz Company said:

The world-class New Single Terminal will be a pillar to this community for decades to come, and a destination for passengers as they travel to see all the Midwest has to offer. Working on this project and with our partners has been a highlight of my career. I could not be prouder of how our team committed themselves to the success and timely delivery of this project to our partners and the greater Kansas City community.

The single terminal spans 1.1 million square feet and has 40 gates, with the ability to expand to 50 in the future.

On 28 February 2023, the first flights will take off from the New Single Terminal at the Kansas City International Airport

The facility features moving walkways, a consolidated security checkpoint, wireless electric bus charging stations and a covered parking garage with over 6,300 spaces.

In addition, glass passenger boarding bridges have been installed at all gates, making Kansas City International Airport the largest all-glass facility in the US.


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