Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 glazed facade supports and passenger walkways | Commercial Building Photographer

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March, 2017

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Rogers Stirk + Harbour Terminal 5 still iconic

Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 (T5) at London’s main airport, was constructed to handle 35 million travellers a year.  The architects were Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners with construction design by Pascall+Watson and stuctural engineering from Mott Macdonald and Arup.
All passengers whether arriving or departing, remain on one level while their luggage, climate control, support functions and management areas are below.

Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 access routes | Commercial Building Photographer

Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 glazed facade and apron | Commercial Building Photographer

Terminal 5 (T5) is the largest free-standing structure in the UK measuring 396m long, 176m wide and 40m high.  There are actually four floors which are all enclosed by a curved steel-frame and glass roof – the size of five football pitches, designed to cascade light into the interior. The roof weighs 2,200 tonnes and is supported by slim columns around the perimeter resulting in an uncluttered concourse that is free from columns or supports.  This flexible space allows free-standing steel frame structures to be located within arrivals and departure areas that can be moved or reconfigured as requirements change.

Terminal 5 glazed facade and roof steel support system | Commercial Building Photographer

Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 roof and check-in desks | Commercial Building Photographer

Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 roof support junction | Commercial Building Photographer

Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 glazed facade | Commercial Building Photographer

Terminal 5 glazed decorative drain system | Commercial Building Photographer

Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 glazed steel roof and check-in desks | Commercial Building Photographer

Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 glazed steel facade | Commercial Building Photographer

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