Road construction at Kansas City’s new KCI airport terminal was required to reroute the traffic flow, retaining access to existing terminals and preparing for access to the new parking garage and terminal. Kissick Construction was selected to construct the new roadways and roundabouts for the Kansas City Aviation Department. The new roadway approach reroutes vehicular traffic access to terminals B and C during construction. The roadways will remain as the final configuration once the new terminal and garage are constructed.
The scope of work included construction of a new segment of roadway connecting in-bound Cookingham Drive traffic with the northern end of International Circle. New roundabouts were constructed at terminal B and C, and the International Circle was re-striped and resigned for the two-way traffic. Kissick also constructed the associated storm-water infrastructure.
Landscaping improvements were constructed to reflect the Aviation Department’s airport beautification initiative and sustainability goals.