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Installation of Clipso ceiling clouds in Saskatoon’s Airport Terminal
|Decor Object||Acoustic ceiling clouds|
|Project Size||11000 sq. ft.|
|Project Time Frame||14 days|
|Material||495 D acoustic|
|Architect||Kindrachuk Agrey Architecture|
In 2012, John G. Diefenbaker International Airport in Saskatoon was the second airport with the strongest growth among the top 15 airports in Canada.
To meet the needs of growing traffic, Saskatoon’s Airport Authority decided to invest more than $ 50 million to complete an expansion project overseen by the architectural firm Agrey Architecture Kindrachuk. This new building will allow the airport to accommodate approximately an additional 2 million passengers every year.
The 495 D acoustic covering in combination with an absorbent was chosen to ensure optimal acoustic results. A team of 3 installers worked on site for 2 weeks to ensure the assembly and installation of 11 frames – 36 ft. x 16 ft. for the main one and 22 ft. x 10 ft. for the others. These ceilings were successively suspended above the main hall in Terminal 1.
In October 2013, the airport welcomed its first passengers in the new extension. They were very eager to make the most of the new facilities such as restaurants, shops and playgrounds for children.
The architectural firm Kindrachuk Agrey Architecture expressed their satisfaction with CLIPSO acoustic ceilings, mainly for its smooth finish in addition to the many advantages offered by CLIPSO products.
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