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The High Safety Standards of an Airport Project

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1 Company Hush Interiors Ltd Industry Ceilings Location Christchurch, New Zealand Website Project for Air New Zealand Lounge Project Length 4 months Project Value $600,000 On Center Software Solution On-Screen Takeoff® Quick Bid® I n 2007, Keith Hogg and Paul Matthews founded Hush Interiors Ltd (HIL) to be some- thing unique in the ceiling industry. As a result, they deliver service unmatched by their competition. HIL specializes in suspended ceilings, wall partitioning systems, and other interior products such as thermal insulation, autex acoustics, and pinboards for schools. Because of the more than 50 years of experience within the company's leadership, they are well positioned to offer recommendations that suite the variety of needs and expectations of a depth and breadth of customers. Projects of all sizes, scopes, and locations turn to HIL for their quality and expertise. One of the most revered characteristics is HIL's commitment to work alongside owners from pricing to design to job completion. Companies trust HIL to deliver top quality for the right price point. Hassle free projects are what many strive for and what HIL delivers. A I R P O R T P R O J E C T Being located in Christchurch has made HIL a company that delivers above stan- dard safety in its projects. Take for example the Air New Zealand Lounge (ANZL) in Christchurch. HIL created a new way to install the ceilings that exceed standards for suspended ceilings. HIL's work at ANZL is a beautiful representation of both construc- tion and art. As the second largest airport in New Zealand, ANZL is a facility of many distinct and unique features. With challenging angles and workmanship at play, the work demonstrates the complexity and style of project that HIL is capable of complet- ing. This project won the AWCI-NZ Commercial Project of the Year in 2011 as well as the AWCI-ANZ People's Choice Award in 2011. Since its construction, the facility has been able to withstand over 10,000 earthquakes and aftershocks—making it a living example of the quality that HIL is known to produce. The Christchurch area remains in reconstruction mode and HIL has been working to repair non-structural damage components, like suspended ceilings, to exceed standards for future earthquakes. Whether workplace, school, home, or medical facilities, owners should turn to and trust HIL for their safety record and workmanship. The High Safety Standards of an Airport Project W E R E E XC E E D E D, R E S U LT I N G I N AWA R D - W I N N I N G C U S TO M E R S AT I S FAC T I O N

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