Philadelphia International Airport Parking Garage

Philadelphia, PA

The garages form the image of the airport to the interstate and serve as the entry gateway to Philadelphia from the south.

Client
Philadelphia Parking Authority
Completion
2003
Size
258,680 Square Feet
Cost
$95 Million
Role
Architect with Walker Parking as Prime
Description

Known as Garage A West and Garage E/F, these two structures formed bookends to the existing Garages A East through D. Flanking Interstate 95, the garages serve as the entry gateway to the Philadelphia.

As the form-giver within the architectural/engineering design team, BLTa led the way in the massing and composition of these structures. While the existing five-story garages were the spring point for the initial height and detailing of the additions, the new garages have deftly increased to seven stories in height. Iconic canopies were added to all garage entries, new and old.

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