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Madrid-Barajas Airport Terminal 4 / Estudio Lamela & Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

The NAT (T4) at the International Madrid-Barajas Airport is located three kilometres north of the old Barajas terminals TI, T2 and T3.  The original design concept has been maintained in the final building and replies to the complex and extensive requirements of the specification, organising activity within three buildings:

Cortesía de Estudio Lamela & Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Architects: Estudio Lamela, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Location: Barajas, 28042 Madrid, Spain

Area: 1100000.0 m2

Project Year: 2005

Construction Management: TPS, OTEP, HCA, AHA

Installations: INITEC, TPS

Principal Structure Design: Anthony Hunt

Estrategic Design Authors: Warrington Fire Research
Cost Controllers: Hanscomb y Gabinete de Ingeniería

Acoustic: Sandy Brown

Illumintarios Assesors: Jonathan Speirs

Landscape: dosAdos

Models: 3DD, J. Queipo

Contractors: Terminal: UTE Ferrovial, FCC, ACS, NECSO, SACYR / Satélite: Dragados, OHL / Aparcamiento: Dragados

Cortesía de Estudio Lamela & Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Text description provided by the architects. The NAT (T4) at the International Madrid-Barajas Airport is located three kilometres north of the old Barajas terminals TI, T2 and T3.  The original design concept has been maintained in the final building and replies to the complex and extensive re...
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