Mighty Steel provides building systems for every segment of the aviation industry. Whether it's a small private hangar for your hobby plane or an impressive hangar for a corporate ride, Mighty Steel is ready to assist you in designing a hangar to meet your needs. Each hangar can be individually engineered to meet specific requirements. Use a bi-fold, tilt up and large double sliding door, depending on what you desire. Hangars may be designed using a gable symmetrical, gable unsymmetrical or single slope structural system.

Your business is dependent on accommodating whatever aircraft may be coming your way. Clear span design provides column free interiors for wide open floor space and eave heights that can accommodate the larger aircraft.

Clean protected environments are key to a comfortable work area. A Mighty Steel Building System can be designed to have an overhead crane for engine overhauls or a ventilation system for a paint booth. Any specific need can be accommodated in a Mighty Steel Building.

Storage hangars can be simple box buildings to single or double-nested tees. Choose sliding doors or bi-fold doors to access your hangar space. Interior partitions provide privacy and protection for your investment.

See 3D renderings of your planned building before you decide. The images are produced by a professional 3D artist. The upfront, nonrefundable cost is minimal, only about $2,000.00 for a full set of drawings.

This helicopter maintenance hanger was designed for an Iraqi client.

When choosing a manufacturer for your steel building, choose wisely - select a Mighty Steel Master System.





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 Last modified: August 26, 2015