Denver International Airport : Lessons Learned
by Paul Stephen Dempsey, Andrew R. Goetz (Contributor), Joseph S. Szyliowicz

Denver International Airport: Lessons Learned is the analysis of a megaproject from inception to reality, addressing finance, politics, egineering, design and all other facets. Book records the history-making intrigue and folly that turned Denver International Airport into a media favorite and causes investigations still ongoing.

Author Paul Dempsey writes, "Denver International Airport is the most expensive, technologically sophisticated and largest airport built in the history of the United States. Here you will find an analysis of what the airport's planners, designers and city politicians did well and poorly in planning, designing, financing, and constructing this massive facility."

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