About This Program
For many, the light-filled, wing-shaped extension of Terminal 5 at O’Hare International Airport will be their front door to Chicago. The project’s openness gives sweeping views of the aircraft, the city and where one needs to go, reducing sensory overload in an up-lighting environment. Join lead architects from Muller2 and HOK, alongside USG Ceilings, while they share an enlightening case study. Learn how this project kicked off the ORD21 Program, the inherent complexities of a large, public transportation project, and how all parties worked collaboratively to successfully create a beautifully designed, yet intelligently functional, new Terminal 5 at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago
- Provide an insider’s glimpse of a large, public airport project.
- Understand how a project of this scale evolves and iterates along the way and how to be nimble throughout the process.
- Learn more about how to best leverage manufacturers to help determine what’s feasible, product/system options, how to marry different systems into a seamless solution, and beyond.
- Share insights on how all parties – architectural and design firms and manufacturers – worked collaboratively through challenges and limitations for a successful outcome.
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