Comfort with a Texlon® ETFE Canopy

The new Terminal C Canopy, at Logan Airport, improves the traveler experience by providing more weather protection and natural light at the terminal entrance. You don’t have to worry about being rained on as you are dropped off under the departure canopy.

The canopy features solar panels that will generate enough power that exceeds the lighting needs for the curb areas on both levels. Also included is 2,440 m2 of Texlon® ETFE. This allows natural light to pass through, while still protecting passengers from inclement weather. The architect, Gensler, designed the entrance canopy to Terminal C so it had a modern aesthetic. More importantly, it provides sustainability benefits as well.

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Date 2022
Location Boston, Mass
Sector Transport
Size 2,440 m²
Structure Steel
Type Roof
Architects Gensler

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Mark Nolan
Pre-Construction Manager US

The Texlon® ETFE canopy in the drop-off area protects travelers from inclement weather.
See the sun shine through the ETFE canopy.
See the sun shine through the ETFE canopy.
A modern and sustainable addition to Logan Airport.
A modern and sustainable addition to Logan Airport.
Multiple lanes of traffic covered in the Terminal drop off area, with Texlon® ETFE.

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