The Design of the Airside Concourses

by James M. Suehiro, TRA Architecture Engineering, Planning Interiors Ltd, Seattle, United States,
Edward K. McCagg, TRA Architecture Engineering, Planning Interiors Ltd, Seattle, United States,
J. M. Seracuse, TRA Architecture Engineering, Planning Interiors Ltd, Seattle, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: International Air Transportation: A New International Airport

Abstract: The growth of commercial air traffic in the United States has resulted in the development of the 'New Denver International Airport.' the airside concourses were designed by joint venture architects, the Allred Seracuse Lawler Partnership of Denver and TRA of Seattle. This paper describes the processes with which they were conceived along with the resultant design relative to functional organization, architecture, passenger movement systems, interior finishes, airport continuity, and concourse identity.

Subject Headings: Airports and airfields | Building design | Air traffic | Passengers | Organizations | Structural design | Highway and road design | North America | United States | Denver | Colorado | Washington | Seattle

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