Aloha from Honolulu
HNL Installs 500' of Reusable Walls
Aloha from Hawaii! We're excited to share that the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, also known as the Honolulu International Airport (HNL) is the latest airport to join the ever-growing list of airport facilities using McCain Walls.
Taking advantage of the speed and reusability of McCain Walls modular systems, our customers were able to install reusable wall partitions and enclosures in a fraction of the time it generally takes to build drywall partitions. Saving on time, materials cost, and labor, our prefabricated walls reduce the number of trades required on a typical temporary partition project.
About the Project
Approximately a total of 500' linear feet in varying heights of 10'-12' and a series of single and double doors will be used throughout HNLs multi-phased renovation projects. A secure walkway was created for passengers to travel through by reconfiguring McCain Walls components into an overhead barricade tunnel-like system.
Passengers will come and go, experiencing the new changes that HNL is programming to offer., but they'll never have to deal with the disruptive sounds, dangers, and unsightly construction itself, since it will all be kept under wraps in reusable airport walls.
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