Sunday, March 22, 2020

EDGEMOOR SEYZ NEW KCI STILL ON SCHEDULE DESPITE COVID-19 PANDEMIC!!!



Another Kansas City assurance after Winter obviously slowed down the pace of work.

Thankfully, local news and City Hall politicos are too busy do much fact checking.

More importantly . . . This was a wasted opportunity for the developer to explain their sluggish pace.

Here's their side of the story dutifully delivered from our pro-biz friends . . .

Developer: Coronavirus hasn't disrupted $1.5B KCI project

Money line:

"The Edgemoor team has taken a variety of measures recommended by the CDC and OSHA to protect our employees and everyone working on the KCI New Terminal jobsite," Geoffrey Stricker, senior managing director for Edgemoor, said in a statement. "We are actively monitoring new developments and will continue to operate in accordance with guidance from government and public health officials."

More info for KC Biz Journal subscribers.

Developing . . .

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yup just what KC needs.

Anonymous said...

KC needs........MORE TITAYS!

Anonymous said...

what? is it an essential activity?

Anonymous said...

Yes, @11:59, keeping a steady flow of "little white envelopes" onto the Mayor's and Councilperson's desks is considered by City Government to be an Essential Service!

Anonymous said...

YES MY AIRPORT MONEY IS WONDERFUL I THROW IT ON THE PILE OF MY STREETCAR MONEY

Anonymous said...

They better have some BBQ options that don't suck

Anonymous said...

If council member Teresa Loar had been on the right side of the airport issue the new single terminal would now be finished and open for business. Instead she bitched and ran her mouth about renovating an obsolete design causing huge costly delays. In the end, she wasn’t even at the council session when the final single terminal vote was made. She could have made one final protest on the record, but instead was so pouty and cranky she didn’t get her way she traveled to California on the day of the vote.

Anonymous said...

The airlines will get a bailout when in fact it was their industry that brought Corvid-19 to the US - weird!