Steel Aircraft Hangar in Spencer, Iowa

Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc., fabricated and supplied this pre-engineered steel aircraft hangar in Spencer, Iowa, in March of 2006.

These days, the building functions as a hangar on the grounds of CammAir, which provides aviation maintenance services for corporate, agricultural and roto-craft clients and operators spanning the Midwest. A trusted aviation industry authority for more than 20 years, CammAir assists aviation clients with a broad range of efforts, from acquisitions and inspections to aircraft modifications and major repairs.

Affordable, Reliable Aircraft Storage Solutions  

Sunward Steel manufactures pre-engineered metal aircraft hangars with clear-span widths of as much as 250 feet, and buyers can choose from a range of different door options, including Bifold, hydro-swing, and double-sliding doors when designing their aviation buildings. Ideal for personal aircraft storage or service as well as corporate and commercial use, prefabricated steel hangars and aviation buildings help owners protect their valuable investments while simultaneously extending their lifespans.

This particular metal hangar has housed aircraft at CammAir for more than two decades, giving company workers a year-round place to store and maintain planes for corporate, agricultural, and other clients. Located in northwestern Iowa, the city of Spencer sits within Clay County, at the confluence of the Little Sioux and Ocheyedan Rivers. The community lies roughly 100 miles outside Sioux City, Iowa, and about 72 miles from Le Mars.

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Building Specifications

Rugged, economical and built to last, this metal airplane hangar features top-of-the-line steel construction and an obstruction-free clear-span design that easily accommodates aircraft in a variety of sizes. Once raised, the steel hangar stands 100’x100’x22’, while overhead, a hardwearing Galvalume roof with a 1:12 pitch helps keep stored aircraft clean and dry when not in use.

The hangar features a striking, Misty Grey exterior that enhances curb appeal, and it also features several additional accommodations made in consideration of local weather patterns and in adherence to local building code requirements. Such customizations include a 90-mph wind speed rating and a 29-pound snow load.

Other supplemental hangar features include (3) 3070 walk door openings enclosing (3) complete 3070 commercial walk door systems, while an eave gutter and 300 linear feet of downspouts help prevent Florida’s sometimes-considerable rainfall from seeping into the hangar. Rugged, durable and designed with Florida’s climate in mind, the steel hangar gives company owners a safe, secure place to store or service aircraft while helping planes retain more of their value over time.