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Concrete issues delay Denver airport project indefinitely

The Denver City Council inked a $1.8 billion deal with Great Hall Partners in August 2017 for the airport renovation, which also includes a 34-year concession management contract. This is the first major public-private partnership for a city-owned property in Denver and is expected to increase the airport’s capacity to 80 million passengers per year.

Concrete’s compressive strength is important to know because, in projects like the Jeppesen Terminal, it must be able to support steel and structures built on top of it.

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