Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport to Build Consolidated Rental Car Facility

Building the CONRAC at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport will require partial demolition of an existing garage. Photo via Russland345/Wikimedia 
Building the CONRAC at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport will require partial demolition of an existing garage. Photo via Russland345/Wikimedia

The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is constructing a $150 million Consolidated Rental Car Facility (CONRAC).

The new five-story garage will allow for pick-up and return of rental vehicles as well as maintenance and fueling. The project also includes a new customer service building for rental companies and administrative offices.

The CONRAC is currently in Phase I, which includes building a new exit plaza in an existing garage complex. This project will also require partial demolition of an existing garage adjacent to a fully operational garage.

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