Mayor Frank G. Jackson announced Monday the completion of the renovation and parking projects at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
At 1 p.m., the mayor and the airport's Interim Director Fred Szabo spoke about the $26 million terminal renovation project and $10 million parking canopy project.
Monday's ceremony also included an American Society of Civil Engineers presentation awarding the airport with a plaque that honors it as a historic engineering landmark.
The mayor's office detailed the following renovations:
The projects include updates and improvements to the interior and exterior facades of both the ticketing and baggage claim levels and will enhance premium on-site parking for passengers.
Upgraded amenities include new and modern finishes, energy efficient lighting, revolving entry and exit doors and a higher ceiling with floor to ceiling windows for more natural light.