INTERNATIONAL FALLS, MINN. — Kraus-Anderson Construction has completed construction of Phase II of the Falls International Airport in International Falls. The $5.3 million Phase II included the full replacement of the 17,894-square-foot terminal building as well as new space for U.S. Customs processing, a National Weather Service office, TSA offices and airport administration. Phase I construction was completed in fall 2017 and included the replacement of approximately two-thirds of the old terminal. The first runways at the airport opened in 1946.
Kraus-Anderson Wraps Up Phase II Construction of Falls International Airport in Minnesota