It took a minute, but finally found the compass link from September of last year:
https://compasskc.kcmo.org/EnerGov_Prod ... ttachments
The sections don't call out heights, but if you want to eyeball it, just remember that a standard door is ~7'-0" high.
What I did was pull these sections into a specialty architecture pdf viewer that allows you to calibrate a scale. I was able to do this by pulling some dimension from the art commission pdf which includes actual construction document sections:
https://www.buildkci.com/wp-content/upl ... -1-web.pdf
I will caution, if someone looks thru that art RFQ, don't take much or any stock in the white-only images of the terminal. Those are unvarnished perspectives from a BIM model that lack any ambient lighting, furniture, graphics, or material finishes. The non-section ones don't even have people for a sense of scale.
Other interesting notes from the RFQ packet:
Page 3: The outdoor arrivals level area (for animal relief and passengers) appears to have changed design again. It's now more of a three leaf clover instead of a traditional plaza.
Page 10: An interior fountain has been nixed, at least from the retail node. This is due to it being on top of the baggage sort area. Sucks, but the reasoning makes sense.
Page 15: Confirmation of (at least the space for) 1 non-USO lounge
Page 16: General finishes are shown - looks like we'll have some nice terrazo floors, warm wood (no surprise given the earlier released images) and a relatively colorful palate, at least by modern standards.
Page 20: shows off a perspective not previously released. This gives a good sense of scale for the retail nodes.