A clean finish and protective sound barrier allow operations to continue undisturbed.
Keep travelers safe and flowing around construction zones with reconfigurable and sustainable walls.
- Thousands of linear ft of SwiftWall Max and SwiftWall Pro
SwiftWall construction barriers were used throughout the Great Hall and the Jeppesen Terminal for a massive multi-year, multi-phased construction renovation to improve operations and passenger flow. SwiftWall Max and Pro lines were spec’d in to be used for the surrounding of the installation of a triple escalator, interim ticketing spaces, installation of curbside check-in escalators, revamped United Club experience and many more applications throughout the year.
- Over 3,000 linear ft of SwiftWall Pro and SwiftWall Max
Numerous SwiftWall barriers can be found throughout LAX terminals keeping passengers safe from construction upgrades. Colorful graphics cover many of the panels to advertise what’s happening behind the scenes or direct passengers through the airport.
- Concourses A and T
As part of a large airport expansion, SwiftWall Pro was used to create barriers to protect travelers while escalators were under construction.
- Multi-phase, multi-year construction project
- 40,000+ linear ft
GRR utilized the benefit of SwiftWall’s reusability and flexibility of modular panels to move and adapt as needed, saving time and money throughout the many phases of construction.
- 80+linear ft of SwiftWall Pro
SwiftWall Pro isolated a terminal kiosk that was being replaced.
SwiftWall Pro separated construction space during the renovation of the Spirit Airlines terminal.
- 36 linear ft of SwiftWall Pro
Sixteen-foot high SwiftWall panels separated construction space from the rest of the terminal.
- 150 linear ft of SwiftWall Pro
LGA needed something fast, unobtrusive and clean to keep customer experience maximized during their ongoing terminal renovations.
After an extended shut down, travelers through DTW’s McNamara terminal were finally seeing progress being made to the beautiful water feature. SwiftWall Pro walls were used to separate the construction space and keep passengers safe.