Denver International Airport

By on August 5, 2009

Denver International Airport - DullesInspired by the majestic Rocky Mountains, the terrain and Colorado’s own sense of destiny, Denver’s International Airport is designed to be a memorable expression of civic pride and sense of place.

As the largest structurally integrated tensile-membrane roof in the world, The Denver International Airport is a memorable threshold of lasting permanence welcoming all to Colorado and the West.

Formed in 1980 Fentress Bradburn Architects has established a reputation for quality building design, expertise in construction technology and excellence in project management.  The diversity of the firm’s work is one of its greatest assets.  Its work ranges in value from $3 million to $500 million.  In Fentress Bradburn’s 20 year history the firm has completed more than 30 public sector building, 29 office buildings, four airport terminals, 30 renovation and preservation projects, 10 museum projects, 61 intereior projects and 18 mixed use projects.

Fentress Bradburn Architects uses 30 seats of Microstation products including Microstation, Microstation TriForma and Microstation Modeler.  It is also a major user of IdeaGraphix PowerArchitect and Masterkey.

Text: Bentley Continuum, 1997

Image: Nick Merrick, Hedrick Blessing Reproduced with permission.

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