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Aviation & Transportation

Aviation buildings may include specific features such as large doors to accommodate aircraft, specialized electrical systems, and fire suppression systems. They may also have specific requirements for structural strength and integrity to support heavy aircraft and equipment. It is important to have a good communication with all the parties involved, clear plan and use materials that can withstand the rigors of an aviation environment.

Additionally, some aviation buildings are critical infrastructure and have special regulations and requirements for safety, security and emergency preparedness. Therefore, it's crucial to have a good understanding of the regulations that apply and to comply with them.

Stirk Construction provides full layout flexibility and clear span capabilities to meet all the functional requirements, such as adequate fleet space and program needs of modern aviation facilities, while allowing for maximization of interior space usage at lower total life cycle costs than other building types.

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