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  • Edgemoor promises to work with local companies but offers few details on KCI project

    Representatives of the Edgemoor and Clarkson Construction team pledged Sept. 8 that they would provide major opportunities for local design and construction firms and workers, as well as minority and women-owned companies, to help build a new single terminal at Kansas City International Airport.

Edgemoor promises to work with local companies but offers few details on KCI project

Representatives of the Edgemoor and Clarkson Construction team pledged Sept. 8 that they would provide major opportunities for local design and construction firms and workers, as well as minority and women-owned companies, to help build a new single terminal at Kansas City International Airport.
Rich Sugg The Kansas City Star