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Columbia, MO Approves New 60,000 SF Airport Terminal 

The City Council of Columbia, MO has approved plans for the construction of a new 60,000 square-foot airport terminal. The first phase of the project, which will cost ~$20 million, will allow for the construction of a new operational terminal which will involve an inbound baggage and TSA sites. The estimated completion date of the project is currently unknown. 

Construction On A 10-Story Mixed-Use Building In Tribeca Has Wrapped Up

Construction has wrapped up on a mixed-use condominium project in lower Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood. The 10-story building, called Tribeca Rouge, contains 11,300 square-feet of residential space above 3,451 square-feet of ground-floor retail space. The project was designed by Woods Bagot Architects and developed by Greystone Development. 

A New $4 – $5 Million Judicial Building To Be Built In Ruidoso, NM 

Councilors of the Village of Ruidoso, NM have been informed that construction on a new judicial building in their town could begin as soon as February 2020. The structure will be modeled after similar projects that have been completed in neighboring towns, with an estimated cost of between $4 million and $5 million. The project’s timeline remains unknown. 

The Port of Beaumont Receives $18 Million For Capital Projects

The Port of Beaumont, in Beaumont, TX, has secured financing for 3 crucial infrastructure projects thanks to a $18 million federal grant from the Department of Transportation. The grant will be used to reconstruct 3 of the port’s wharves at its Main Street Terminal, add 16,000 feet of track along with a new rail exchange, and replace a grain dock facility. The total cost of 3 projects will amount to $101 million, while a timeline for completion is currently unknown. 

CWU Breaks Ground On New $60 Million Health Sciences Building

Central Washington University has broken ground on its upcoming $60 million Health Sciences Building, a state-of-the-art facility which will house the university’s Exercise Sciences, Clinical Physiology, Nutrition, Paramedicine, and Public Health programs. The 80,748 square-foot facility, which is set to be completed in 2021, will be 3-stories tall and capable of housing 630 students. 

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