Ronald Reagan National Airport

Washington, DC

Market: Airport

Client

Parsons Management Consultants

Completion

1997

The terminal, designed by Cesar Pelli, Design Architects, and Leo A. Daly, Associate Architects, has a Bermuda-style roof with a series of low-rise, stainless steel-clad domes clad with perimeter metal gutters. The curtain wall is free standing and rises forty-five feet above the concourse level to barrel arches at the top, which mimic the roof lines. Parson's Management, the owner's project manager, retained SGH to consult on the design of the building enclosure for the new terminal building, including curtain walls, skylights, windows, and metal and thermoplastic roof systems.