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Hector Terminal Renovation and Expansion Project is seeking public input



Fargo, North Dakota – The Terminal Renovation and Expansion Project at Hector International Airport is being guided by the Municipal Airport Authority with the support of public input.

The last item on the agenda for the Municipal Airport Authority’s 8 a.m. meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 20 is a visual preference survey that will be conducted online. You can access the Zoom meeting by visiting

A presentation of diverse images, including materials, assemblies, shapes, textures, colors, lighting, and concepts will be shown throughout this 30-minute visual preference session.

Polls and Zoom’s chat feature will be used to solicit opinions from online participants.

For the benefit of Hector International Airport, the survey will be carried out by the architectural and engineering firm Mead & Hunt. The business will consolidate the information attained in the survey and examine the feedback with airport administration to generate guiding principles as the team moves forward with the design.

To accommodate the increasing passenger demand, the present terminal will be enlarged as part of the Terminal Renovation and Expansion Project. The terminal expansion’s construction is anticipated to start in the spring of 2024 and take 3–4 years to complete.