KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The mayor of Kansas City, Missouri, says he's opening up for bidding the proposed construction of a single terminal at Kansas City International Airport.
Sly James publicly announced the action Tuesday, saying more firms have expressed interest in competing for the project. He says bids would be accepted for the next three weeks.
Kansas City-based engineering company Burns & McDonnell has submitted a proposal to design, build and privately finance the new terminal, with exclusive rights to the project.