Today’s airports feature large open spaces splashed with natural light. Often roof structures become the ‘art’ of the building. But knowing how to make functional structural systems look beautiful is only half the challenge. What makes airport work truly interesting is the need to keep operations moving with minimal disturbance. We’ve spent the last 25 years learning aviation’s best practices at one of the nation’s busiest airports. From cargo facilities and hangers to people mover systems and new terminal development, all designs were influenced based on how the facilities could be constructed without significant interruption of traffic flow.