Construction has been moving along at the Elmira Corning Regional Airport.
Some furniture, that has been temporarily loaned to the airport, was replaced with permanent ottomans Thursday morning.
Construction workers have been establishing the foundation for revolving doors in the future ticket booth building.
One of the key focuses, for the past week, has been installations of plumbing, sewer work, heating, ventilation and air conditioning .
“The whole place is gutted, when you go in there you’ll see, you can see everything, there’s no obstructions to your view right now,” Bill Hopper, Director of Aviation at the Elmira Corning Regional Airport, said.
In the next couple weeks, the second installation of three total jet bridges will be underway.
Hopper said work is currently on schedule to be finished Oct. 31.