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Georgetown County Aircraft Hangar

12,000 sq. ft. corporate aircraft hangar

Georgetown County Aircraft Hangar

SCC was the Prime Contractor
Contract Number: # 07-061 / “Design Build “
Contract Value: $ 718,625.47
Original Contract Completion Date: August 26, 2008
Completion Date: August 18, 2008

This project is a 12,000 sq. ft. corporate aircraft hangar with 90’ wide x 32’ high bi-fold hangar door. The building construction utilizes a pre-engineered metal building with metal roof and walls panels. The concrete floor is heavy duty to accommodate heavy loads. The building also has a large bi-fold door to provide access to the building for large pieces of equipment. The building is fully insulated and has infrastructure to support the service and storage operations of the facility. There is also extensive heavy duty hard scape on the exterior of the building to provide access for the equipment.

Responsible for all design work, including civil, architectural, structural, mechanical and electrical. SCC was responsible for obtaining approvals from local authorities for design, appearance and code compliance. General contractor responsible for all construction activities, inspections, testing, safety, obtaining and reviewing submittals for approval and collection review and submittal of all closeout documents to owner. SCC self-performed the pre-engineered metal building erection, electrical, HVAC and painting work.

This project was built adjacent to an active runway at a municipal airport. SCC management had to schedule construction work around airport activities. SCC also had to design all construction to meet F.A.A. requirements as well as local and state building codes. Management also had to comply with all F.A.A. Safety regulations.

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