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The main terminal at Denver International Airport is undergoing a major renovation.

After Denver International Airport fired the contractor handling the renovation of the airport's main terminal, that contractor has pushed back.

Hundreds of pages of documents - released Wednesay night - outline complaints made by the contractor consortium, Great Hall Partners, saying delays and construction concerns were largely the fault of the airport.

Great Hall Partners said that because of those issues, they would have required another $288 million to finish the renovation, a project originally budgeted for $770 million, including a contingency fund.

Together, the total cost would surpass $1.05 billion, according to the numbers provided by the contractor.

They also wouldn’t have been able to finish the project before Feb. 29, 2024, the developer said.

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