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Skanska USA, HOK Complete $154M Expansion, Renovation of Tampa International Airport’s Main Terminal

The project includes improved sight lines across the terminal floor, additional seating areas and four outdoor terraces accessible to passengers and employees.

TAMPA, FLA. — Construction and development firm Skanska USA and design firm HOK have delivered the $154 million expansion and renovation of Tampa International Airport’s main terminal. The project includes improved sight lines across the terminal floor, additional seating areas and four outdoor terraces accessible to passengers and employees. The project added 98,000 square feet of usable space and 69 concessions spaces. The work also included the installation of 32 new escalators and renovation of all 24 public elevators in the main terminal. Additionally, privacy glass was installed in restaurant and event spaces to allow for more natural light. Construction began in 2014 and is the first of a three-phase renovation. At full build-out, Tampa International Airport expects to accommodate more than 34 million passengers annually, up from 21 million in 2018.

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