Westgate Site Segregation are proud to have sent some of our Hoardfast temporary partitioning overseas to Iceland.
Icelandic airport development company, Isavia, purchased 300 metres of the market leading product for use in Keflavik International Airport, where developments are taking place.
Westgate’s Hoardfast temporary partitioning will assist with the phased developments within the airport that will eventually be able to receive up to 14 million passengers per year.
Isavia became aware of the Hoardfast partitioning system whilst travelling through London Gatwick Airport. Westgate’s products were being used for segregation during floor replacement works in the south terminal.
Isavia commented: “We saw the system in situ at Gatwick and we were impressed with the quality of the finish and how this was subtle in its surroundings. When we approached Westgate we were also sold on the reusability of the product, given the phased development plans we have in place.”
The main feature of Hoardfast temporary partitioning is that it can be used during fit-out, renovation, and construction works to safely segregate development work, allowing the everyday passenger flow to happen. As you can imagine, this is essential in a place such as an airport, when closing it entirely for renovation would be impossible, and maintaining passenger experience is a must.
The Hoardfast systems are of modular design, quick and clean to install and the weighted universal support foot ensures that the freestanding system can manage crowd loading requirements. Furthermore, they are manufactured to be environmentally suitable for today’s green airports, using over 85% of recycled materials.
Hoarding graphics can also be used to ensure that the hoarding integrates seamlessly with the rest of the space, and for example, in airports, can be used to display important safety information for travellers.
To learn more about Westgate’s site hoarding & hoarding design, please contact us today.