If you think about it, no airplane is small.
This is the reason why the building must accommodate sizable wingspans, providing sufficient room to maneuver, create a workshop and tool benches, and provide enough storage space. With steel hangars, you can design the building plan to suit the airplane regardless of its size or height.
Steel-framed buildings ensure that airports get clear span dimensions and additional internal infrastructure if more space is required. The best part is that the price to be paid is relatively smaller when compared with other construction options.
At Capital Steel, we are aware that the building type and its exterior aesthetics must fully comply with building requirements at all levels (federal, state, and local).
That's why we've created plans for different hangars designed to exceed expectations while remaining compliant. Airports can design hangars based on specific preferences and there are lots of solutions regarding door options and building configurations. Steel hangars allow airports enough storage space for numerous aircraft under one roof.
3. Quick assembly
Unlike more traditional buildings, it takes anywhere from a couple of days to a few months to assemble an airplane hangar. There's no need to measure, cut, and assemble on-site because prefab steel hangars are pre-welded at the factory.
Drilling and punching also take place at the factory, so you get ready-to-be-assembled parts with complete plans. This saves you the cost of hiring extra labor, also working with the local contractor and building department becomes easier.