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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Interior Ceiling Replacement

Following the completion of the Landside Modernization Project, the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport determined that further improvements to refresh the existing 40-year-old North and South Domestic Terminals were necessary.

To compliment recent exterior improvements, interior ceilings of terminal public circulation spaces are being replaced with new ceiling materials and new ceiling grids, while incorporating new LED lighting and HVAC layouts to compliment recent interior improvements Airside.

New static and dynamic wayfinding signage is designed and located at key circulation /decision points, of public circulation spaces within the two main terminals, following current Airport Signage Design Standards and incorporated into new ceilings of the same areas throughout the remainder of the existing main boarding level.

Construction occurs during late-night and morning hours in sectional phases to allow minimal disturbance of patron experience throughout the boarding process.

  • Location
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Client
  • Atlanta International Airport
  • Size
  • Confidential
  • Cost
  • Confidential
  • Team
  • GVSA/Corgan JV
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