The new terminal broke ground in April and here is a progress update.
The Cheyenne Regional Airport has been in the process of building the new terminal. The site has asphalt and landscaping in place. The apron for the airplanes according to Jim Schell is near its finish. It is built to hold a 737 aircraft and two regional sized aircrafts. The parking completed on the south portion of the land will hold 68 vehicles.
The 26.5 thousand square foot terminal is being mindful of modern security needs with its layout. It is going to be conducive to both airport users and the public use.
Additionally, the terminal will be available for commercial tenants. The restaurant RFQ will be sent out in the near future to find an operator, it is nice because the public will be able to enjoy the restaurant.
The structual steel will erect in October and will be dried-in by December. This means it will be protected from the weather and closed in. It is tentatively scheduled to open at the end of July 2018.