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Airbus (formerly American Eurocopter) is a 218,000 square feet facility comprised of administrative space, 94,000 square feet of aircraft assembly and support shops, 32,000 square feet of warehouse, and 32,000 square feet of hangar and flight operations support. In addition, the facility utilizes 35,000 square feet of paint and paint preparation space and equipment with state-of-the-art laminar flow dust collection

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Airbus Americas

The superstructure of the Calibration Hangar is a Pre-Engineered Metal Building Construction. The roof system will consist of standing seam roofing on cold-formed purlins. The building is open to the elements on all sides. Protection from the sun, wind and hail is the primary goal of the structure. The interior of the Calibration Hangar will be a concrete slab with

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Airbus DB2

The expected substantial completion of the Airbus Design-Build Package II Project is scheduled for early May 2020. This project will provide an expansion of the existing Delivery Center with the addition of two aircraft positions, a new Calibration Canopy, new A220 Staging Building, and new parking facilities. Civil Site Infrastructure includes the design of the new aircraft taxiway and apron

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GKN Aerospace

This project was an addition to the existing GKN Composite Parts Manufacturing Facility for the aerospace industry. Construction included sitework, spread foundations, concrete slab-on grade, conventional steel framing, insulated metal wall panels and modified bitumen roofing. The facility includes a 20,000 square feet clean room and was fully conditioned. Also, installed at the facility are several equipment foundations including autoclaves,

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MAAS Paint Hangar

MAAS Mobile, LLC a partnership between Ireland based MAAS Aviation and JESCO, Inc. constructed this 34,000 square foot Paint Shop Hangar at Brookley Field on the Mobile Aeroplex site for Airbus Americas. The construction of the airplane paint hangar called for heavy reinforced, pile supported concrete floors with grade beams. The project scope includes tunnels constructed underneath the hangar floor

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Montgomery Regional Airport

This was an approximately 100,000 square foot renovation and addition involving demolition of much of the old structure and adding new facilities. Exterior glass curtain wall surrounds most of the new areas. Brick, precast stone and dryvit were also used on the exterior. Elevators and escalators were added for the new second story waiting areas. Boarding bridges were installed by

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