After 30 years, Jacksonville Airport receives a Retrofit Upgrade with Fresh New Look of New PTFE Fabric Canopies
The Jacksonville International Airport first received a series of PTFE tensile membrane canopy structures throughout the airport back in the late 80's early 90's. The airport recently received an upgrade as the owner has decided to retrofit nearly 40,000 sq.ft. of new PTFE-coated fiberglass membrane to replace the original fabric giving the facility a fresh new look and experience for travelers. Birdair scope included to remove and replace the original Birdair PTFE canopies.