A400M hangars are designed and built by Gaptek
Gaptek has successfully completed the construction project of two A400M hangars located in the Zaragoza Air Force Base.
The project, which comprises more than 16,000 square meters of constructed area in total, is part of an MRO facility complex. Gaptek has designed and built two hangars with offices, a wharehouse and an engine workshop. The A400M hangars are currently being used for the advanced maintenance of the new A400M transport planes of the Spanish Ministry of Defence, the biggest helix military plane in the world.
The A400M hangars have been delivered as a turnkey solution and include high-tonnage bridge cranes. The hangars also have annexed offices, which have been designed and built according to the Gaptek Modular System.
Gaptek’s first A400M hangar was delivered to the Spanish Ministry of Defence and placed in the Maestranza AFB in Seville. This buildign had demanding needs such as a large span without pillars, a rapid construction and the possibility to be disassembled and relocated.
The final facilities, including the A400M hangars, have been developed in four months and designed under the Gaptek system.
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