INTERNATIONAL FALLS-The Bemidji office of Kraus-Anderson has completed construction of the new $10 million (Phase I) passenger air service terminal building at the Falls International Airport in International Falls, according to a press release.
Phase I, which replaced approximately two-thirds of the old terminal, is part of a two-phase project designed by architecture, planning and interiors firm Alliiance to construct a new 17,894 square-foot replacement terminal building.
A ribbon cutting ceremony is planned for 1 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 10.
The newly completed construction features new arrival and departure services with check-in ticketing counters and kiosks, a secured gate lounge, baggage handling, a passenger boarding bridge, a TSA screening area, car rental services and a public lobby/waiting area.
Phase II of the construction, a separately funded project, will complete the full replacement of the old terminal and provide new space for U.S. customs processing, the Weather Bureau office, TSA offices and am Airport Commission conference room. Construction is scheduled to begin in the spring and is expected to be completed March 2019.