By Bryon Okada, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Feb. 27--D/FW AIRPORT -- Training and knowledge are the most valuable possessions a person can have, says Brenda Jones, program manager for Dallas/Fort Worth Airport's construction insurance and safety programs.
"They're something you can take with you," she says.
They are what will endure when five years of hammering and welding on D/FW's $2.7 billion expansion end this summer.
The centerpieces of the construction will remain -- the new international Terminal D, the Skylink people-mover and a Grand Hyatt hotel built in the terminal.
But there will also be 14,000 construction workers going on to new jobs throughout …