Olympia Steel Buildings of Canada will design, manufacture and deliver an aircraft hangar metal building for a new de-icing facility at the Edmonton Alberta International Airport. The venture comprises a 1480 m2 hangar, which is scheduled to be completed by fall 2012.
Aero Mag is an organization that is proficient in aircraft de-icing/anti-icing functions; conceiving, building and managing centralized de-icing facilities in many airports in North America; and providing advisory services to fleet owners, airport authorities and commercial airlines of aircraft anti-icing/de-icing and centralized de-icing functions.
The project manager at Aero Mag is sure that Olympia Steel Buildings and John Montgomery, Olympia Steel Buildings’ national sales manager, will come up with a high-grade product since this is their second hangar project. He added that they wanted a repeat of the successful installation at the Vancouver airport.
Pre-engineered steel structures conceived by Olympia Steel Buildings for aircraft hangar usage are the right choice for aviation storage requirements. The airplane hangar metal structures are pre-engineered with a clear-span steel building plan that can be as wide as 300 ft., which is sufficient to hold private planes, FBOs and even commercial airplanes.
Olympia military metal hangar structures, airplane hangar metal structures, and storage aircraft hangars shelter aircraft from harsh weather conditions, while providing adequate space for storing equipment and aircraft repair and maintenance. Olympia Steel Buildings pre-engineered aircraft hangars are economical as the steel buildings are shipped directly from the steel building factory. The aircraft hangars are pre-engineered at the steel building factory and delivered at the destination site as a ready-to-assemble metal building package. They are environmentally friendly and can be put together in a much shorter duration and also provide 50% savings of time and cost of materials than conventional hangars.