Airport fabricated with Zahner engineering benefit from high-quality craft and attention to detail. Zahner engineers work with designers and contractors to develop integrated systems which meet a range of desired aesthetics. See below a range of inspirational projects and best practices for Airport.
The new Terminal D at the Dallas Fort Worth Airport is the largest square-foot project completed to date using Zahner's Inverted Seam roof and facade system. The new terminal was built to give international travelers a lasting positive impression of their arrival and departure from the United States. The building envelope for this work includes approximately 500,000 square feet of surface covered with 11 acres of stainless steel cladding for the roof. Just over two miles of gutter and five miles of fascia panels adorn the roof. The entirety of the building envelope metal system was included in the scope for the Zahner team. Zahner worked with the architects at HNTB, Corgan Associates, and HKS, to complete this vast project.