C-17 Corrosion Control & Fuel Cell Hangar

Charlotte-Douglas IAP, North Carolina

Industry > Aviation

C-17 Corrosion Control & Fuel Cell Hangar

Cleveland Construction, Inc. served as the general contractor for the construction of a new C-17 Corrosion Control and Fuel Cell Hangar for the North Carolina Air National Guard. The project included the construction of a new 43,500 SF hangar and a 17,500 SF shop/administration area. The hangar was certified LEED Silver New Construction level by the USGBC.

Scope of work included a conventional shallow spread footing foundation system; long-span, custom-fabricated steel trusses with an open-web steel joist supporting steel deck roof construction; reinforced concrete masonry bearing/sheer wall structure at support areas; standing seam and membrane roofing; structural rigid airfield paving; heavy-duty flexible paving; a fire suppression pump house with a high-expansion foam system in the hangar bay; and mezzanine floors comprised of reinforced concrete slab-on-deck with composite steel beams.

Additionally, Cleveland Construction meet all minority participation goals (18.5% MBE and 6.9% FBE) established by the North Carolina Air National Guard for this project.


  • Location
    Charlotte-Douglas IAP, North Carolina
  • Owner
    North Carolina Air National Guard
  • Architect
  • Completion Date
    September 2022


Services Provided

  • General Contractor

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