Renovation project completed at Cleveland Hopkins International

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Cleveland Hopkins International Airport in Ohio has completed the renovation of its terminal façade and ticketing lobby and will hold an official inauguration ceremony on June 27, 2016.

Architecture firm Leo A Daly was responsible for undertaking the project which included modernizing approximately 900ft of the exterior façade; upgrading outdoor and vestibule lighting; installing canopy extensions at the terminal entry vestibules and passenger drop-off points; installing new CCTV cameras; and creating new signage locations.

The ticketing hall project involved the installation of new terrazzo flooring throughout the ticketing and security checkpoint areas, ceiling and lighting design improvements, and replacement of wall and column finishes.

Jordan Taylor, an architect with Leo A Daly, will attend the official ribbon cutting ceremony and will say a few words about the new terminal design.

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