Terminal B

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Friday, October 23, 2009
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The Port Authority has laid another brick in its ongoing modernization of Newark Airports Terminal B.

The Port Authority has laid another brick in it's modernization of Newark Airport's Terminal B.

Today, The Port Authority awarded a $59.8 million contract to a New Jersey construction company to complete the next phase of work in an ongoing project to modernize Newark Airport’s Terminal B. VRH Construction Corp. of Englewood got the job of installing new check-in counters, baggage handling systems, and airline offices for domestic departures in an old baggage claim area on the lower level. The Port Authority, whose architectural office conducted the design work, is spending $324.6 million in the overall project to enlarge the terminal to make way for an increase in passengers, and expects the modernizations to be completed in 2012.

One Response to “Terminal B”

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