The RS&H-designed Duluth International Airport terminal was recently named recipient of the Minnesota Construction Association (MCA) Choice Award for the project of the year. According to the MCA’s newsletter, the $78 million project was a catalyst in boosting the local and state economy by awarding 110 contracts to more than 90 companies, which created more than 300 sustainable construction jobs. The LEED silver-certified 110,000-square-foot building was designed to reflect and showcase the region, as well as keeping the passenger experience in mind.
This is the second distinguished award won by the terminal in 2013. It also won ENR Midwest’s Best Airport Project. Read more about this award here.
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