Corrosion Control Hangar

Department of the Navy

Project Summary

The Aircraft Corrosion Control Facility is a 77,765-sq.-ft. facility used for the preparation and painting of rotary wing aircraft (helicopters) and components. This facility houses (1) wash booth, (1) alodine rinse booth and (6) paint booths. This USGBC LEED Silver candidate facility is divided into high bay, mechanical and administrative spaces. A long-span structural frame was provided for the high bay area and meets the requirements of a high wind velocity zone and special isolation requirements from administrative spaces to meet ATFP criteria. Architectural features include factory foam filled metal panels for the exterior skin of the high bay areas and brick veneer for the administrative area. Special coating systems were provided for the metal panels, high bay floors and wash/alodine pits.

Project Highlights

  • Meeting high velocity zone and isolation criteria
  • USGBC Silver eligible

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