Taking West Michigan to new heights involves many hands at work, including 34 local contractors. The Gerald R. Ford International Airport prides itself on its collaborative nature and deep-rooted connection with the community. We've interviewed several of these local businesses to hear their fun facts, statistics, and favorite parts of working at the Airport. A special thanks to Johnson's Commercial Interiors.
The capital expansion program, Elevate, includes an expanded concourse, a new control tower, more parking, enhanced rental car capabilities and improved baggage inspection technology. To learn more about our partners and the economic impact, visit https://flyford.org/elevate/community/.
Q&A WITH JOHNSON COMMERCIAL INTERIORS
Please share with us a little bit about you and your company:
Johnson Commercial Interiors has been in business for 66 years, and is locally and family owned and operated.
Where is your company located?
How is your company supporting the Concourse A expansion project?
We provide Carpeting and Base Finishes for the new Concourse.
What are some of the specialized skills that you and your team are most looking forward to bringing aboard this project?
High levels of detail, and excitement to see a finished project of this scope.
What is one thing you want people to know about this newly expanded concourse once it opens to the public?
It took 17,000 individual pieces to make the custom carpet tile patterns.