Kraus-Anderson Completes $12M Renovation at Minnesota Airport

Part of the project included the expansion of the U.S. Customs area.

ROCHESTER, MINN. — Kraus-Anderson Construction Co. (KA) has completed a $12 million renovation at Rochester International Airport in Minnesota. The facelift included an upgraded terminal and expanded U.S. Customs facility. As part of the upgrade to the main terminal lobby, the ticket counter area for all airlines was relocated to one side of the terminal and the baggage claim for all airlines to the other side. In addition, KA expanded the customs area to 20,000 square feet to improve efficiency and meet the current safety, security and space requirements. Funding for the project included $7.3 million in federal funds, $3.8 million from the city of Rochester and $790,000 from Minneapolis Department of Transportation (MnDOT) Office of Aeronautics.

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