Acoustic Panel Processing Stations

Pascetti Steel Design has designed, fabricated and installed powder coated steel casework frames wrapped with white laminate and attached to perforated stainless steel acoustic panels at the new Mariposa Land Port of Entry in Nogales, AZ.  These stations served as public questioning areas for the many pedestrians and drivers traveling across the border entry.  The perforated panels held 3M acoustic insulation to help with the loud sound levels within these busy areas.  Some stations were equipped with bullet-resistant glass and Kevlar panels installed beneath the drywall.

The new buildings at Mariposa Land Port of Entry occupies approximately 216,000 square feet and the entire site encompasses 54 acres. This project is LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum certified, utilizing energy-efficient technologies throughout. According to the U.S. General Services Administration website, the Mariposa Land Port of Entry is one of the United States’ busiest land ports, serving as the main entry point for fresh produce entering from Mexico.

In need of custom fabricated acoustic panels or public processing stations?  Contact us for more information and a written proposal.
onsite assembly of steel frames attaching to acoustic panels

Onsite assembly of steel frames attaching to acoustic panels

Completed stations fully furnished and ready for public use

Completed stations fully furnished and ready for public use

acoustic panels and stations during installation

Public side; bare powder-coated steel frames prior to solid surface material

custom perforated privacy panels for the Mariposa Land Port of Entry in Nogales, Arizona

Officer side; bare tube-steel frames with integrated desk

Completed row of stations after final assembly

Completed row of stations after final assembly

Attachment detail of frames bolting through acoustic panels with stainless pipe

Attachment detail of frames bolting through acoustic panels with stainless pipe

Steel frames hidden beneath drywall, Kevlar panels and supporting bullet-resistant glass

Steel frames hidden beneath drywall, Kevlar panels and supporting bullet-resistant glass

custom acoustic perforated metal panels for processing stations at Mariposa Land Port of Entry

Officer-side of interview areas. Complete with data, phone and security controls

 

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