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Spanning Bridges with STREAM

Spanning Bridges with STREAM
Terminal B’s public-private partnership (P3) approach challenged HOK’s engineering team to provide quick solutions as construction began before the design was finished. This proved particularly demanding in the design of the 450-foot-long pedestrian bridges that connect the terminal’s main hall to its two airside island concourses.

Spanning Bridges with STREAM
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
The massive steel and glass spans had to be high enough to allow passage of the largest aircraft yet low enough to preserve sight lines from the air traffic control.
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
The limited structural depth of the bridges and their sensitivity to slight changes in massing meant any project alterations could create costly, timely delays.
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
A solution was found in HOK STREAM, a proprietary parametric modeling tool that enabled HOK’s engineering team to quickly analyze and vet multiple changes to the bridge geometry made during the construction-documentation phase.
A solution was found in HOK STREAM, a proprietary parametric modeling tool that enabled HOK’s engineering team to quickly analyze and vet multiple changes to the bridge geometry made during the construction-documentation phase.
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
With HOK STREAM, these complex alterations to the bridge design were accommodated without impacting project schedules or costs.
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
Terminal B’s public-private partnership (P3) approach challenged HOK’s engineering team to provide quick solutions as construction began before the design was finished. This proved particularly demanding in the design of the 450-foot-long pedestrian bridges that connect the terminal’s main hall to its two airside island concourses.

Spanning Bridges with STREAM
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
The massive steel and glass spans had to be high enough to allow passage of the largest aircraft yet low enough to preserve sight lines from the air traffic control.
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
The limited structural depth of the bridges and their sensitivity to slight changes in massing meant any project alterations could create costly, timely delays.
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
A solution was found in HOK STREAM, a proprietary parametric modeling tool that enabled HOK’s engineering team to quickly analyze and vet multiple changes to the bridge geometry made during the construction-documentation phase.
A solution was found in HOK STREAM, a proprietary parametric modeling tool that enabled HOK’s engineering team to quickly analyze and vet multiple changes to the bridge geometry made during the construction-documentation phase.
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
With HOK STREAM, these complex alterations to the bridge design were accommodated without impacting project schedules or costs.
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
Spanning Bridges with STREAM
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