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Business Observer Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2011 10 years ago

TIA to receive $12M in upgrades

Nearly $12 million worth of improvements are slated for Tampa International.

Nearly $12 million worth of improvements are planned to the roads and curbsides at Tampa International Airport. A contract for the year-long project is expected to be awarded by the Hillsborough County Aviation Authority at its April 7 meeting.

Design changes proposed by Tampa-based Alfonso Architects Inc. include new approach and curbside signage, improved exterior lighting, restored outside baggage counters, and street and sidewalk resurfacing.

Work at the 40-year-old TIA terminal will be done in phases and limited to off-peak hours to avoid disrupting traffic and flight service.

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