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PROJECT FOCUS TRANSPORTATION AND AVIATION


Brown Helicopter Hangar, Pensacola, Fla. The building is a 12,000-square-foot helicopter han- gar with dimensions of 100 feet by 120 feet and a 21-foot eave height. The hangar door is a 75-by- 22-foot single-piece Tip Up Canopy door manufac- tured by Door Engineering and Manufacturing. The rest of the building consists of Behlen Building Sys- tems’ EagleBeam system that was used to create the 16-inch Kynar-coated, arched standing seam roof. EagleBeam is a three-plate beam design that features a unique trapezoidally-shaped web, which provides greater stability. The walls are Behlen’s ADP-1 wall panels.


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Owner: Brown Helicopter, Pensacola General contractor: O’Neil Construction, Pensacola Hangar door: Door Engineering and Manufacturing, Kasota, Minn., www.doorengineering.com, Circle #63 Metal building system: Behlen Building Systems, Columbus, Neb., www.behlenbuildingsystems.com, Circle #64


1. LONGER LENGTHS SUBJECT TO INQUIRY 2. 16GA & 14GA MAX LENGTH 42” X 12’


.032, .040, .050, .063 24GA, 22GA, 20GA, 18GA, 16GA & 14GA 24GA, 22GA, 20GA, 18GA, 16GA & 14GA


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54 METAL CONSTRUCTION NEWS May 2013


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