Structural engineering services for the 2,200,000 square foot, six-story Landside Terminal at Denver International Airport. Originally designed to handle 50 million passengers annually, DIA has grown to that threshold, and is currently the 9th busiest airport in the world. The Terminal encompasses all functions of a world-class facility, including domestic and international ticketing, baggage, inspection services, security and in-line baggage scanning. The Great Hall incorporates the largest tensile roof structure ever constructed up to that time.
Miro also provided structural engineering for the widening of the roadway portions of the Parking Structures. The scope of construction included 128,000 square feet of precast concrete roadway structure, supporting all modes of public transportation including buses, vans and taxi traffic. The raised pedestrian areas are covered by 30,000 square feet of freestanding, translucent canopy.