Battle over Atlanta airport terminal design threatens to delay project

08/26/2005 | Engineering News-Record

A conflict between designers of a new international terminal at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and city officials has boiled over into lawsuits, counter-suits, the firing of the design consortium and the cancellation of its $34 million contract. The battle could delay the terminal's construction for up to three years, and legal costs and design changes will likely impair the airport's $5.4 billion expansion program, officials say.

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