LANCASTER COUNTY, S.C. — The Lancaster County Airport is predicted to spend a $3 million grant to interchange its 44-year-old terminal with a 5,200-square-foot normal aviation terminal constructing.
The constructing will double the dimensions of the present terminal.
The grant ought to be finalized in March with building starting in April.
The airport was one among 99 airports within the U.S. chosen this 12 months to obtain funding via the Bipartisan Infrastructure Legislation- Airport Terminal Program.
“We’re thrilled to obtain this federal funding for the brand new airport terminal, which is able to cut back the funding we anticipated spending from the county’s normal price range,” stated Dennis Marstall, the county administrator. “Constructing the brand new airport terminal is only the start of the massive plans we now have to remake the Lancaster County Airport right into a dynamic asset for the County.”
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