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Walker provided prime design, functional design/consulting, and structural engineering for the Denver International Airport Module 4 East Parking Structure.

The structure contains 1,800 spaces on 5-levels, serving the Jeppesen Terminal. It has a cast-in-place post-tensioned structural system. The precast concrete architectural spandrel façade is similar in appearance to the existing parking structures.

The structure is connected to Mod 3 East through a combined vehicle and pedestrian elevated bridge near the northwest corners of levels 4 and 5. The primary vehicle access point is achieved by a connection bridge from the existing elevated circulatory access road to the east side of level 2

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