THE upgrade at Glasgow International Airport was extensive and included extensive works and upgrades to many parts of the main terminal building.
Significant among them was the re-flooring of the International and Domestic Check-in area and the Domestic Arrivals Hall, extending to a almost 3,000 square metres.
This massive refurbishment necessitated the use of contractors on night shift patterns to reduce the impact on the traveller experience and the erection of hoardings, screens and panels to conceal some of the works and to minimise any noise or dust disruption.
The area concerned – running from the International Arrivals Hall at the western extremity of the terminal to the Domestic Arrivals Hall at the eastern end – was completely refreshed with the installation of two types of floor tiles and rubber matting inserts at the entrance doors.
The end result is a fresher, lighter look that will probably not go unnoticed by regular passengers transiting the airport.
Yet again, Pacific drew on the fact they have an office and base on the airport campus as well as staff who have undergone the necessary training and possess the official clearances that allow them to operate safely in a security-sensitive international airport environment.
The company are also hugely experienced in working within live environments in a manner that ensures clients and customers experience as little disruption as possible.
The re-flooring works also included: glazing, removal and refitting of check-in desks, painting, ironmongery, lighting, display signage, desk-wrapping and paving, and it complements perfectly the associated washroom upgrade.