After a long flight, walking through the airport is often the last thing that you want to do. Echoing sound, dull colours, and a floor surface that is difficult to drag stubborn suitcases along all make for an unpleasant environment at the end of a journey. 

Marsden Collective took of all this into account when specifying the flooring of Brisbane International Terminal as part of the Terminal’s ongoing $73 million expansion and refurbishment.

To meet the ‘exhaustive’ list of technical requirements for the high-traffic space, Marsden Collective chose Rephouse’s Neoflex Resilient Rubber Flooring, an eco-friendly, sustainable recycled rubber product. Over 10 000m2 of Neoflex was installed in the Terminal, which is set to be a busy transit hub and gateway to Brisbane during the upcoming Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018. Alongside outstanding acoustic insulation, Neoflex provides unrivalled impact- and slip-resistance, ease of maintenance, and high grip for sniffer dogs.

High performance and low maintenance, Neoflex was the perfect choice for the terminal, combining functionality with a playful, vibrant colour palette that reflects Brisbane city’s unique spirit. The resilient flooring solution is available in a breadth of colours and designs to bring any project to life.