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Mexico City International Airport – Mexico City, Mexico `

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Mx City Int'l Airport   Mx City Int'l Airport_Interior
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Building: Mexico City International Airport
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Architects: Foster + Partners, FR-EE (Fernando Romero EnterprisE)
Master Plan Design: Arup
Structural Engineering: Arup
M+E Engineer: Foster + Partners
2018 note: Under construction

AE Interests: Maximum span of 170 meters, single light-weight grid shell roof structure, prefabricated, sub floor services, natural ventilation, roof harvests solar energy and captures rain water.

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Videos: 1,
Fly Thru Video here – look for this image toward bottom of page:
Screen Shot 2018-09-26 at 5.41.38 PM

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Written by Sydney Valentine Moore

April 9, 2015 at 1:13 am

Posted in Built

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