Modular walls to help reduce environmental impact of Denver Airport’s Great Hall project

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Fabrication firm McCain Manufacturing has been contracted by Saunders Construction to deliver 8,600ft of its flagship modular wall product, McCain Walls, to Denver International Airport, Colorado, in support of its Great Hall renovation project.

The modular walls provide an alternative to installing temporary drywall partitions for each phase of the project, helping to eliminate over 1,200,000 lb of material waste.

By eliminating the need to install temporary drywall, McCain Walls helped cut Saunders’ projected commencement date by more than three days.

The adoption of McCain Walls will dramatically reduce Denver International Airport’s environmental impact by improving indoor air quality and removing the drywall’s potential negative impact on landfills from gypsum and other sulfate minerals.

McCain Walls were deployed to the Level 5 baggage claim in Denver International Airport prior to the project’s July 12, 2018, kick-off date. Construction of the Great Hall will take place in four phases with the first phase already well underway.

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