Business and leisure travelers parking in the surface lot at Charleston International Airport soon will have to maneuver around a huge construction project for much of the next two years.
A Mississippi contractor won the low bid recently to build a new 3,005-space parking deck at a cost of $87 million.
Roy Anderson Corp. of Gulfport will construct the five-tier deck behind the existing three-level garage, airport CEO Paul Campbell said. Work will include a covered walkway leading to the existing
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