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$49.9 million approved for final GSP improvement phase

By Jim Fair, Editor
Published on Monday, March 31, 2014

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The final construction phase for the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, was approved Monday by the board of commissioners to general contractor Skansa Moss (SKM) not to exceed $49.925 million.
 

Jim Fair

The final construction phase for the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, was approved Monday by the board of commissioners to general contractor Skansa Moss (SKM) not to exceed $49.925 million.

 

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The Core/Concourse Phase, the final phase for the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, was approved Monday by the board of commissioners to general contractor Skansa Moss (SKM) not to exceed $49.925 million.

The work included in this phase is the complete renovation of the center core area including ticketing, baggage make-up, the Windows restaurant and concourses A&B.

Dave Edwards, executive director presented to the board the final cost of the approximately $120 million project. It is scheduled to be finished by January 2016.

Edwards said SKM has bid the final phase of the construction documents bringing it to 100 percent. Bids were received March 4. The bids allow the GSP District to lock in the cost in a lump sum contract. 

Core/Concourse Budget

General Contractor (Skanska Moss)

 

Base Lump Sum Contract

$45,750,000

Cost of Work Reserve Allowance (Not to Exceed)

       200,000

Subtotal General Contractor

45,950,000

Construction Administration/Resident Project Representative

   1,475,000

Owner Reserve

2,500,000

Total Core/Concourse Budget

$49,925,000

 

 

 

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