The Yampa Valley Regional Airport in Colorado, US has completed the $26.2 million makeover of its passenger terminal.
The project has been completed in three phases. The first phase of the project, worth $1.1 million, expanded the terminal with creation of new ticketing, baggage check-in and screening spaces. The overhaul’s $15.8 million phase II involved expansion of the terminal by 23,500 square feet. The same phase also expanded aircraft parking for Boeing 757s. The parking lot was paved and equipped with automatic payment gates during the phase.
The third phase of the project, having a budget of $9.3 million, led to the creation of a second baggage carousel. The phase also included construction of offices on the building’s second floor as well as a full-service restaurant on the main-level as reported in Steamboat Today. Most of the work has been financed through federal and state grants with nearly 10% of the fund being contributed by Routt County.