Metal Building Systems: From Design to Completion
Metal Building Systems: From Design to Completion

Airport Hangars & Museums

Pima Air & Space Museum, Hangar #5, Tucson, AZ

27,000 Square Feet

35'-0" Low Eave

The second museum hangar that we have been invited to build with PASM incorporates a 120' clear span, 3 large overhead doors with swing away mullions (for changing museum planes), and a support beam for suspending planes from the roof.

Hangar 5 Interior
Ascent Aviation Maintenance Hangar, Tucson, AZ


49,000 Square Feet

49'-0" Low Eave


Maintenance hangar built on an existing site with bi-parting rolling hangar doors and translucent light band. The building was part of a a quick-turn project, with the entire project from ground break to completed in 6 months, you can view the time lapse video here. You can also view a 3-D Wire Frame by Downloading this PDF file: 

PDF File of the Metal Building Design for Ascent Aviation
Adobe Acrobat document [1.2 MB]
BIM File of the Metal Building Design for Ascent Aviation - Large file that requires BIM software (Revit, Tekla, etc) to view.
Text document [41.7 MB]
Ascent Aviation Interior, Tucson, AZ
MedTrans Helicopter Hangar, St. David, AZ

3,000 Square Feet

20'-0" Low Eave

This Medical Helicopter Hangar serves a remote area of Cochise County. Light Transmitting Panels on the upper walls take advantage of natural light, and interior panels to 8' protect the walls from daily wear and tear. A Horton Stack Door creates a space saving system that can operate even during a power outage.

Spirit of Freedom Hangar, Tucson, AZ

41,000 Square Feet

45'-0" Low Eave Asymetrical


This hangar was added onto the main hangar, with special procedures as constrution occurred while the adjacent hangar was open to the public. An 141' clear span in asymetrical design creates enough height for the PBR aircraft.  

City Airport Hangar, Show Low, AZ

24,300 Square Feet

23'-9" Low Eave


Erect a 270'x90' hangar provided by the General Contractor during winter in high elevations.

City Airport Hangar, Show Low, AZ
Flying Aces, Casa Grande, AZ

14,920 Square Feet

16'-0" Low Eave


Main hangar building had 2 independent office for leasing at an industrial air park. Partial height masonry walls with AEP Architectural roof panels and fascia for primary entrance.

Flying Aces, Casa Grande, AZ
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