DENVER (CBS4) – Denver City Council approved a new contract to put re-construction of the Denver International Airport terminal building back on track. They will discuss the issue at their regular meeting on Tuesday night.
The new contract will allow a new contractor, Hensel Phelps, to lead the job.
An ongoing CBS4 investigation led by Brian Maass revealed the Great Hall Project had actually turned into a debacle, leading to the firing of the previous contractor.
If the new contract is approved, construction should pick up again as soon as March. Renovations – which began in 2018 – should be complete in 2024 – three years behind the original completion date.