Robins Air Force Base C5 Corrosion Control Hangar

Goverment/Military Aircraft Hangars

Client:
US Army Corps of Engineers - Savannah District
End Use:
Paint and Depaint Hangar for Corrosion Control
Project Location:
Robins, GA
Square Footage:
230,000
Description:

The Warner Robins Corrosion Control Facility is comprised of two separate work bays, each featuring a 245' wide x 300' deep area. Each hangar has two eight-leaf rolling hangar doors, for a 75' high clear opening. Interior vertical clearance is provided for the fall protection systems, draft curtains, and ceiling mounted telescoping manlift platforms. Framing is designed to support significant mechanical equipment loads. A deep plenum box truss over the doors provides support for mechanical loads while limiting deflections. Deep trusses spanning from front to rear of the hangars provides for the deflection limitations required for the teleplatform cranes. A second set of cold-formed secondaries supports a full stepped-height ceiling liner in both hangars. Exterior wall panels are custom color metal wall panels, with sidelap sealant to achieve the air and water infiltration requirements. The roof system is a standing seam metal roof over cold-formed zee purlins.

Robins Air Force Base C5 Corrosion Control Hangar
Robins Air Force Base C5 Corrosion Control Hangar
Robins Air Force Base C5 Corrosion Control Hangar
Robins Air Force Base C5 Corrosion Control Hangar
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