DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Denver International Airport has released 141 pages of documents — but very little new information — in response to a Denver Business Journal request on its proposed massive overhaul of DIA's main terminal.
Documents related to the winning proposal for the Jeppesen Terminal remodel by a team of companies led by Spain’s Ferrovial SA were released Wednesday in three parts totaling 141 pages. Of those, 118 pages, or 84 percent, were either partially or fully blacked out.
The release followed an open-records request by the DBJ for the bids submitted by three international teams of companies vying for the multimullion-dollar project and how those bids were scored by the airport’s review team.
The goal of the project is to move the Transportation Security Administration screening area from the "Great Hall," the wide-open floor of the terminal under its signature peaked canopy, to the terminal's ticketing levels.
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