Denver auditor says Great Hall construction project needs more oversight from airport

9NEWS: Denver’s auditor on Thursday took airport executives to task for poor money management in the Great Hall project.

Construction on the main terminal at Denver International Airport (DIA) is supposed to eventually move all security checkpoints upstairs to the sixth level. The project began in 2018.

DIA fired its first contractor in 2019 amid delays and construction concerns, paying them $183 million as part of the contract. The new audit is critical of the airport’s management with the second contractor, Hensel Phelps Construction. 

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