Our scope included roll-formed column wraps; stainless steel wall and ramp cladding, and baseboard trim; lighted electronic information columns; and a perforated screen wall with programmable color-wash lighting. Because Jacksonville is an operational airport there were many security and access issues to be overcome. Not only did this make our schedule more challenging but in some cases we had to devise custom lift equipment inside the terminal where standard equipment couldn’t fit, or was not allowed. This custom equipment then had to be disassembled and removed from site once our work was complete. Since each component of this work was either raw stainless steel, or had a powder coated finish, onsite touchup was not possible. Every piece had to be handled with great care to avoid even minor scratches. The Jacksonville Airport project is a good example of our ability to work with difficult materials, in a less than construction friendly environment, and still deliver great results.