Airfields and Hangars

Aircraft Maintenance Complex Fuel Cell | Nellis AFB, NV

The scope of work consists of construction of an approximately 18,202 sf fuel cell maintenance hangar with reinforced concrete foundation and floor slab, structural steel frame, standing seam metal roof, fire detection/protection including high expansion foam system, utilities, site improvements, and access road, hangar apron access pavements/ lighting, markings, and communication support. Bid options include masonry wainscot for the building exterior; thin film flooring in aircraft maintenance area; aircraft pad west of the aircraft apron/access; and parking lot and associated entry drive, pavement marking and walks east across access drive east of the hangar/ maintenance facility. Project Details

Aircraft Operations | Nellis AFB, NV

This contract scopes of work consisted of both a new 13,748 SF Squadron Operations Facility and a 41,244 SF Aircraft Maintenance Unit (AMXU) Facility with 4-bay high hangar to support the BRAC directed beddown of F-15C/D and F-16 aircraft. The Squadron Operations/ AMXU facilities supports mission planning, flight operations, direct flightline maintenance functions, mission briefs and debriefs, and squadron administrative support functions. Project Details

C-130 Hangar & Administration Unit | Long Beach, CA

As the primary contractor, Straub Construction was charged with constructing a 29,009 SF pre-engineered metal Maintenance Hangar, a 13,756 SF Aircraft Maintenance unit, as well as a large administrative area which surrounds two sides of the hangar and ties into the existing taxiway. Project Details

INS Sector Support/Air Operations Facility | San Diego, CA

The scope of this project involved construction of four masonry and steel buildings for the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service in San Diego, California. Buildings included a facilities maintenance shop, vehicle maintenance garage, electronics shop and air operations facility with single-story and two-story sections totaling 93,000 s.f. The work also involved construction of an 115,000 s.f. concrete helipad and 265,000 of concrete paving for storage and staging of vehicles. Project Details

Pavement and Runway Lighting Replacement | March Air Reserve Base, Riverside, CA

The scope of work included the design and construction for the repair of the entire Runway 32/14 Asphaltic Concrete and replacement of airfield lighting at March ARB, CA. The work includes milling and over laying of existing asphaltic concrete pavement, repairing the access road to south-east shack and providing new pavement markings in three phases. Project Details