The Lee County Board of Port Commissioners authorized the construction and total budget for the terminal expansion project at Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) in Fort Myers
at a board meeting Tuesday. The $331 million project focuses on improving the airport’s efficiency by consolidating and streamlining security checkpoints, adding concession space and providing passengers more amenities and options. The terminal expansion project is set to begin in October and construction is planned for three years. The expansion is the second largest public works project in Lee County history, only being surpassed by the airport’s Midfield Terminal Complex construction completed in 2005. The consultant working on design and planning of the RSW Terminal Expansion Project is Atkins North America, Inc. The construction manager/general contractor for the project is Manhattan Construction.
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