Massachusetts airport breaks ground on $6.7M tower

07/28/2010 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Suffolk Construction, based in Boston, broke ground on a $6.7 million air traffic control tower for Barnstable Municipal Airport. The control tower at the airport in Hyannis, Mass., should be operational by 2011. The airport also plans to build a $17.6 million terminal to replace its 50-year-old terminal.

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