Northern Colorado Regional Airport has over 90,000 flights a year, but no ATC tower, until now. " The Colorado Department of Transportation reports being close to completing a new remote tower project for Loveland, a facility that won’t demand the building of a traditional, expensive tall tower building."
The new ATC facility will be made at ground level, completely closed at all sides with TV screens lining the walls giving controllers a Tower Like the view of the Airfield. The camera to screen setup will give controllers an HD view of the world around them (if the facility is located onsite)
The costs associated with building a remote ATC tower amounts to about 8 Million USD, compared to the estimated cost of building a real-life tower landing in between 60 to 120 million USD, this is a great thing for regional airports serving less populated/demanding destinations.