Landvetter Airport

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Landvetter Airport

Bolon is being considered as the choice of flooring for a number of Swedavia’s airports, starting with Gothenburg Landvetter Airport. Swedavia is a state-owned group that owns and operates airports across Sweden, with a focus on the travelling customer and sustainable development. Airports have extremely punishing environments that are subjected to constant wear and tear. A section in a high-traffic area was chosen as a test surface to enable the customer to monitor the floor over a period of time. This resulted in a carefully considered order for the purchase and installation of 1,000 m2 of flooring from Bolon for Gothenburg Landvetter Airport. Shortly thereafter, 660 m2 of floor tiles were installed at Stockholm Arlanda Airport. Malmö Airport is next in line to receive a makeover.

Object:
Landvetter Airport
Location:
Göteborg, Sweden
Size:
660 m2
Architect:
Swedavia

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