Paint Hangar Retrofit – Everett, Washington

Dahlgren Industrial was hired by a private client to upgrade a 25 year old, 60,000 square foot paint hangar at their facility in Everett.  Construction work to retrofit the 25 year old, 60,000SF hangar began in August 2006.

The scope of the project included demolition of all stacker cranes, underwing platforms, piping, HVAC, and electrical systems, control systems and selective demolition of many building components.  Once the hangar was essentially “gutted,” the re-build got underway.  550 tons of seismic structural steel upgrades were installed, and a new floor was built at elevation consisting of walk-on ceiling, and new HVAC/electrical and controls elements.  Also completed were new stacker cranes, new underwing platforms, filter box modifications, and new weigh scale pits to complete the refresh of the hangar.

The paint hangar was brought back on-line after a comprehensive commissioning program completed on schedule.

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