Construction starts at Dallas Love Field on new hangar

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Management and consulting firm Aeroplex has broken ground on a 38,750 square foot hangar project at Dallas Love Field, Texas this month.

The new facility, which is scheduled for completion in December 2020, complements Signature Flight Support’s existing 80-acre footprint at the airport and will cater to the needs of Part 91 and Part 135 operators. Located at the southeast corner of the airfield, it will accommodate the latest ultra-long-range business jets and includes 7,000 square feet of office and shop space.

Construction is ongoing during the Covid-19 pandemic according to rules and regulations.

Aeroplex/Aerolease Group president and CEO Curt Castagna said, “We are excited to spearhead an effort that will not only enable Signature Flight Support to better serve business aviation’s diverse needs, but refuel the economy and position business aviation industry to create more for high-skilled jobs in the community.

“With more than 40 years of experience developing airport and aviation facilities across the nation, we have brought together the best and brightest team of professionals to deliver this project efficiently and effectively.”

Aeroplex Group Partners, which is providing complete project development oversite and on-going property management services after completion, initiated the project. The project team also includes the design and architectural firm JRMA and construction firm Swinerton.

worker at Swinerton- Dallas Love Aeroplex Project

Worker wearing PPE at Swinerton- Dallas Love Aeroplex Project

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