Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Chicago Based Walsh Construction Participates In $1.3 Billion LAX International Terminal Expansion

Family owned Chicago contractor Walsh Construction, in a joint venture with Austin AECOM, has been awarded $1.3 billion in contracts for expansion and renovation of passenger terminals at Los Angeles International Airport. The bond financed project is not part of the federal stimulus appropriations. This work represents the first significant improvement to the LAX international terminal since the City of Angels hosted the 1984 Summer Olympics. It will add over a million square feet of space to the terminal, with two new concourses and nine new gates.
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