Many of those in the aviation industry, including airport authorities, airport architects and logistics firms like UPS and FedEx, have already chosen Sprung to be their aircraft hangar solution. Sprung structures have been used as aircraft hangars for airport facilities like Marshall Aerospace in England; as cargo sorting facilities and storage solutions at Polar Air Cargo in Amsterdam; and as aircraft repair facilities for the US Military MRAP Program.
Sprung structures make ideal airport buildings, as they are immediately available, easily installed and available with a number of short- and long-term leasing options. With limited foundation requirements and a design that’s engineered for portability and ease of movement, Sprung buildings have ultimate flexibility to be relocated numerous times and for a variety of applications. With an assortment of proven hangar door options and a long-lasting architectural membrane, Sprung ensures long-term quality and stability while still maintaining flexibility and mobility.
With an almost indefinite lifespan, Sprung structures give airport buildings all-weather protection from the elements and a virtually maintenance-free aluminum substructure that is durable enough to allow for a 30 year guarantee. Many aviation companies also prefer to lease Sprung structures for applications ranging from one month, to five years.
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