Florida Rental Car Building to be Redesigned

The customer service rental car building at Southwest Florida International is undergoing a redesign, according to the News-Press.

The car rental building across from the passenger terminal will be redesigned. Adjacent vehicle spaces and car cleaning and fueling facilities will also undergo design changes.

The rental agencies have said that because their needs have changed following industry consolidation, the space-trading was necessary.

The car rental companies will pay 100 percent of the costs, according to Lee County Port Authority.

Construction will most likely begin by May 2013, with completion by November of that year.

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