Jacksonville Airport Expansion

Terminal Hallway

DETAILS

Jacksonville, FL
Jacksonville Aviation Authority
Branch: Jacksonville
Terminal Booths     Concourse     Baggage Claim     Terminal Exterior    

Project Overview

Jacksonville International Airport was originally conceived primarily as a military airport to serve the sizable naval bases in the region. As Jacksonville's commercial sector grew, the need for a larger airport became evident and expansion was necessary as more traffic increased in the region. The airport still serves as a joint civil-military public airport and served over 6 million passengers in 2011.
 
Acousti was the ceiling systems contractor and flooring contractor responsible for the coordination and installation of high end acoustical ceilings, custom ceilings, porcelain floor, wall tile, and glass tile. The primary work was done in the new terminal A and then rolled into terminal B.
 
As the largest, most experienced interior systems contractor in the southeast, Acousti was able to provide the client with a high quality installation completed on time despite the extremely aggressive schedule, complex specified systems, and last minute design changes.
 
Sector:  
Airports and Aviation
GC:  
Balfour Beatty
Architect:  
Reynolds, Smith & Hills
Work:  
Armstrong Ceiling Tile 75,000 ft
Rulon Speciality Ceilings 8,000ft
Acrovyn Column 100 each
Hunter Fabric Ceilings 20,000ft
Imola Porcelain Tile 15,000ft