The building blocks of the Lanseria control tower

by Ofentse Sefolo
The building blocks of the Lanseria control tower

The new air traffic control tower and fire station at Lanseria International Airport were designed to accommodate an extended runway, improve on the existing day-to-day activities and to allow for future expansion as and when necessary.
The new tower height, location and design allow the occupants a greatly enhanced view across the entire airport precinct. The integration of the new air traffic control tower with the fire station and the new offices of the South African Weather Services will also result in shorter reaction times to emergencies and improves the overall safety of the airport.

As part of a joint venture with Delta Built Environment Consultants, Cottle + Bergh Architects (C+B Architects) provided the design and required architectural documentation for the project. This detailed infographic shows the scale of the project as well as the time, work and materials involved in realising C+B Architects’ vision for a building that allows its inhabitants to perform optimally.

 Cottle + Bergh Architects
Tel: 012 346 4338
Website: www.cottlebergh.co.za

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