John Lennon International Airport

by Geocel

As part of the £30 million development of Britain’s fastest growing regional airport, Liverpool John Lennon Airport, A striking building-high glass façade, was developed using 1.8m high panels, some up to 2.25 metres wide, bonded to the aluminium sections using DOWSIL 993 silicone. The façade’s ability to perform under blast conditions was a prime consideration. But this important safety priority was not to impinge on the strong aesthetic impact, which the glazed façade was designed to create.

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