Application: Airport

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Claro Ceilencio custom acoustical panels with built-up returns are seen throughout the newly renovated Terminal 3 of the Pearson International Airport in Toronto, ON. The 4″ and 3″ curved built-up returns visually add depth to the ceiling and conceal the suspension. The panels brighten up the space by reflecting light, have high noise absorption properties and eliminate echoing delivering a pleasant and stress-free environment inside the airport. In addition, both products attain Class A fire rating, making them a safe and reliable choice for all applications.


The new Muscat International Airport, a “focal point for the world”, has just opened its doors. Spreading over 5,250 acres (21 sq km) it is the main international airport in Oman and a symbol of the modern state being built by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said. The new facility offers 64,500 sq ft of duty-free shopping, 4-star hotels with swimming pools, luxurious amenities and lounges for first class and business class passengers.

Providing a beautiful ceiling highlight throughout the airport’s hallways, lounge and awaiting areas are Decoustics high-performance Claro Ceilencio ceilings. Claro panels with seamless design returns are custom shaped to accommodate light coves and hold the geometrical design intent, and are colored-matched to compliment the décor while creating a relaxing ambiance. Claro ceiling panels attain high NRC levels and help manage acoustics and mitigate noise, leading to a stress-free and anxiety-reducing travel experience for the airport’s 20 million annual passengers.


Floating Clean-Air Claro acoustical clouds and swish-cloud elements create a dramatic ceiling effect inside a waiting area at the Vancouver International Airport. The clouds vary in diameter from 31″ to 59″, they have seamless design returns for thickness and are suspended at different heights to add depth to the ceiling.

Clean-Air Claro Clouds attain high Noise Reduction levels and are manufactured utilizing No-Added Urea Formaldehyde components, attaining Greenguard and Greenguard Gold certifications from UL Environment. Importantly, Clean-Air Claro products contain virtually no Volatile Organic Compounds and are proven to enhance indoor air quality and deliver better, healthier public environments.

 


Wooden Solo Plank ceiling highlight inside Calgary International Airport

The newly opened International Terminal of the Calgary Airport spans over 2,000,000 sf, features 24 gates and cost an estimated CAD $1.47 Billion (approx. USD $1.12 Billion). Built with today’s passenger in mind it features an innovative and modern space that looks out towards the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Decoustics wood Solo planks with Type 16 grooving are providing the stunning ceiling highlight to the large departure halls, retail concourse and the luggage area. All wood products supplied by Decoustics for this project are Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC® C020536) certified. CertainTeed supplied the drywall, the balance of the acoustical ceiling panels as well as the insulation to the project.

 


airport with white ceiling

McCarran International Airport is located about 5 miles (8km) south of Downtown Las Vegas, NV and serves over 50 million annual passengers. It spans over 2800 acres (11.3 sq km) of land and offers numerous choices for shopping, dining and entertainment including slot machines. Decoustics Claro Ceilencio is installed throughout the airport’s arrival and departure halls, customs, baggage areas, dining and hallways. Large stipple textured Claro panels deliver exceptional acoustical performance in this busy airport and brighten up the space by reflecting natural sunlight coming from the windows. Some areas feature extra large sloping panels, others are finished with design returns to create depth and conceal light fixtures. The entire ceiling plenum throughout the airport is 100% downward accessible with Ceilencio suspension grid. All panels can swing down using torsion springs and allow access for easy maintenance and repairs. The photos above were taken over 10 years post installation and the ceiling to this day is as functional and clean looking as it was in 2009 when the panels were originally installed.