Simulated Sky Bridge
Here’s a look at the planning and execution steps involved in the construction of a simulated sky bridge which was installed at the Ontario Convention Center in Ontario, CA.
This was a 3-week project.
Our client wanted their guests to experience walking through a passenger boarding bridge when arriving at their corporate event.
BUILD AND INSTALLATION
The mock jetway included 2 parts, walls and ceiling.
- The walls were made of 32’ long printed banners stretched on metal frames, which created a 3D effect.
- The ceiling was made of Coroplast.
As you can see on the pictures below, we applied the same techniques we use for Hollywood set construction to create a realistic illusion. The installation featured a boarding waiting area, arrival/departure screen as well as a jet bridge which you can walk through and see planes on the tarmac on both sides.
We handled transportation, onsite construction and breakdown:
- Our team of engineers and craftsmen custom built and printed everything at our custom shop in Los Angeles.
- We then transported everything to Ontario before the event and assembled everything on location.
This fun installation proved to be a hit with guests, which is what scenery is about.
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