C-17 Maintenance Hangar

Project Description

This C-17 Maintenance Hangar was a design/build project. Phase I included the demolition of existing structures and construction of a 40,000-square-foot high-bay hangar, which included an HEF foam system. The facility is used to perform isochronal inspections and maintenance on C-17 Globemaster III cargo and troop transports, and meets Silver LEED certification requirements. Administrative, communication, electrical, and mechanical rooms were included in the design.

The high quality of our performance on Phase I led to the sole-sourcing of Phase II. The Phase II project was an industrial-maintenance shop facility supporting the new hangar. Bryan Construction applied a light reflective dry shake floor hardener to the hangar and maintenance shop floors. We also installed and connected utilities for a GFCI, and installed an 8-foot-by-30-foot paint booth. Other related activities included bead-blast equipment for repair and painting of aircraft components.

Client

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District

Location

March ARB, Riverside, CA

Delivery Method

Design/Build

Category

aviation

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