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$50-MILLION AIRLINE MAINTENANCE PROJECT AT NEW DENVER AIRPORT AWARDED TO AUSTIN

 DENVER, Jan. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The City and County of Denver have commissioned The Austin Company, an international engineering and construction organization, to design a major support facility for Continental Airlines at the new Denver International Airport.
 Total cost of the project is estimated at $50 million.
 The complex comprises four facilities deployed on two sites.
 An 89,500-square-foot line-maintenance hangar and shops with a total area of 58,000 square feet will be constructed at the 59-acre North Site. The hangar will be designed to accommodate one 747 airplane or two narrow-body aircraft.
 This site will have a concrete apron with an area of 310,000 square feet.
 The 30-acre South Site will include a 105,900-square-foot multitenant cargo facility, a 66,400-square-foot maintenance building for ground-support equipment and a 65,700-square-foot flight kitchen.
 In the cargo facility, Continental will use an area of 62,700 square feet. The remaining space will be leased by other airlines.
 Austin is master planning the development of both sites, as well as designing and engineering the facilities.
 Denver International is the first major airport to be built in the United States in almost 20 years.
 It is scheduled to begin operation in October 1993.
 The Austin Company is an international organization of consultants, designers, engineers and constuctors. Austin serves industrial, commercial and governmental markets. Headquartered at Cleveland, where it was founded in 1878, the company operates through 40 offices in North America, Europe, Australia and Japan. There are associated companies in Argentina, Brazil and Italy.
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 /CONTACT: Marvin M. Epstein, vice president of public relations and advertising, The Austin Company, 216-291-6644, or 216-291-6625/


CO: The Austin Company; Denver International Airport ST: Ohio, Colorado IN: CST AIR SU: CON

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