March 01, 2008 - Constructor: Hoosier Upgrade
By year-end, passengers at Indianapolis International Airport will come and go from a new terminal and 7,100-car parking deck, all part of a $1.1-billion improvement project more than 30 years in the making.
May 18, 2009 - Airport-Technology: Indianapolis International Airport
In 1992 a study commissioned by the Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) confirmed the need for a new midfield terminal complex. In 1996, the annual passenger volume exceeded seven million for the first time, and the following year a new Terminal Master Plan Update for the airport put forth a new terminal project, in preference to expanding the existing terminal.
September 01, 2008 - Civil Engineering: Indianapolis Airport Reinvents Itself
For most airports, increasing capacity means adding a new terminal or expanding an existing one. This fall, however, passengers flying into and out of Indianapolis will be passing through not just a new terminal but a completely new airport.
October 17, 2009 - Indystar.com: Final costs of airport terminal remain on budget
Three decades in the planning and three years in construction, the final costs of the new passenger terminal and other midfield developments at Indianapolis International Airport remain pegged on budget at $1.07 billion.