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After several months of renovation, Denver’s Union Station is finally starting to look like it should. The renovations first began to take shape last fall and the construction crew says that it looks like they are on track to meet their 2014 deadline so plan your trips because this Union Station will be quite a sight.
DENVER - It didn't happen overnight, but it certainly looked like it did. During the fall, the renovation work at Denver Union Station really began to be noticeable.
Construction crews took advantage of a relatively mild autumn and winter and made a lot of headway in installing the giant canopy over the train hall.
It is functional art," explained Hunter Sydnor, spokeSwoman for Kiewit, the construction company awarded the renovation project.
"And once all of the steel has been erected it will be covered with that PTFE fabric like what you see over the Wewatta pavilion here and it's the similar fabric used for the roof at DIA.
It is one of the most visible developments in the multi-billion dollar renovation of the historic Union Station. However it is not the largest
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