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 permanent and temporary aircraft hangars and aircraft repair facilities all over the world including Marshall Aerospace in England, as air cargo sorting facilities at Polar Air Cargo in Amsterdam and for Federal Express at Oakland International Airport, as ground support equipment warehousing and storage facilities for the Denver International Airport, as helicopter hangars for Shell in Nigeria, and even as the NASA Orbiter Protection Enclosure.
Sprung makes ideal airport buildings because our solutions are available immediately, readily relocatable, can be leased or purchased, and easily & quickly installed. With their minimal foundation requirements and a design that’s engineered for portability and ease of movement, Sprung airport buildings have ultimate flexibility to be relocated numerous times and for a variety of applications. A variety of proven hangar door optionsand a long-lasting architectural membrane ensure long-term flexibility and reliability.
With an almost indefinite lifespan, a Sprung aircraft hangar offers all-weather protection from the elements and a virtually maintenance-free aluminum substructure that is durable enough for a 30 year guarantee. Many Aviation companies also prefer to lease Sprung aircraft hangars for applications ranging from one month to five years, and our flexible payment options ensure it makes sense economically.
Contact your Sprung representative for more information about our aircraft hangar options.
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