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Kirk Airport Structures (KAS) designs and produces individual clear span hangars ranging in size of 50 feet wide for single and intermediate twin engine aircraft to as large as 150 feet wide for the FBO storage facilities or for the corporate cabin class turbine or jet engine aircraft.
It is the hangar door that differentiates aircraft hangars from the rest of the Pre-Engineered Building market.  The hangar door is the most crucial piece of equipment for the structure to function as intended, and it is the hangar door that defines the building specifications. Having a working knowledge of hangar doors is crucial.
What separates Kirk Airport Structures from the other dedicated aircraft hangar manufacturers  is by the hangar door system. All of our hangars are equipped with electric bi-fold doors.   We realize that there are several other  hangar door manufacturer's in the market place as well.  If our customer has a hangar door preference, we can incorporate that hangar door into our hangar system. We will then certify  the hangar door as an integral part of our hangar design.

KAS has four models of  "Nested" and "Stacked" design of T-hangars.

NESTED T-HANGARS  - The "Nested" design is probably the most efficient layout for housing individual aircraft of the three types of hangar styles, nesting the tails in the center of the hangar reduces the overall length of the hangar, saving on valuable land area as well as reducing taxiway lengths.

Note:   A 10 unit "nested" is only 231'0" long vs  a ten [10] unit "stacked" T-hangar being  325'6" long . With the "Stacked" design over 100 feet longer, there are more site costs as well as over 200 feet more of taxi-lanes to install.

STACKED "STANDARD" T-HANGARS - The "Stacked" design is probably one of the original design layouts for T-hangars.  The "Stacked" hangar design is not as wide as comparable "Nested" models. It is because the unit depth is also the hangar width but the overall length is longer.

MODIFYING DOOR SIZES & END UNITS - Did you know that you can mix door widths and modify end units on a  T-hangar ?    It's a very simple and not as complicated as you would think. Our structural design allows Kirk Airport Structures to affordably modify hangar units to meet your specific aircraft storage needs.

  ***KAS is an approved TXDOT Aviation hangar provider

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