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TranSystems has a team of experienced architects and engineers who specialize in providing critical multi-project work efforts to government agencies.  We have more than 35 years experience with airfield facility design and have been formally recognized for exemplary performance on numerous previous flight support projects.

Similar projects have included wind-tunnel-proven, hangar roof replacement design in Iceland; hangar door and building repairs in Azores, Portugal; design-build hangar in Utah and four aircraft maintenance hangars at Chambers Field in Norfolk, Virginia.  We are intimate with the logistical complexities and regulatory requirements of working in and around operating airports. Our aviation experience includes military, municipalities, and private carriers. 

The most successful design projects are those that adopt the philosophy of teaming design professionals, special system designers (where required) and the end user and facility owner in the design process.  TranSystems  has demonstrated successfully that this approach gives positive results.  These efforts were recently rewarded by the receipt of a Department of Defense Value Engineering Excellence Award on the F/A-18 Maintenance Hangar for the Naval Air Station Oceana, in Virginia Beach.

TranSystems has numerous years of experience in the design of force protection and SCIFs sensitive compartmented information facilities including our work on the hangars at Oceana Naval Air Station in Virginia Beach and Chambers Field in Norfolk.  Both facilities have secure briefing rooms designed to be in compliance with the physical security requirements to accommodate the Navy’s SPRNET secure internet system.  The SCIF at the Oceana Hangar is used by the F-18 fighter squadrons, as well as for planning of sensitive operations.  Our staff is fully aware of the construction requirements for access, acoustical control, ventilation requirements, opening protection and force protection for flight operations support facilities.  TranSystems also has designed facilities that include weapons vaults, secure working areas, and storage vaults.  Recent force protection projects have included Flightline Entry Gate in Aviano, Italy and Entry Gate Improvements scope definition for 26 Navy installations on the East Coast.

TranSystems’ primary commitment is service to our clients, which is assured by the continuous direct supervision by and participation of our firm’s principals.  We stress quality planning, analysis, design and construction that will best meet our clients’ needs.  This in turn must originate with high quality design.  We provide our services and make ourselves available to our clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  We are here to make you successful and assist you in completing your mission, no matter how critical or where it is located.

Our recent hangar projects include:
► Aircraft Maintenance Hangar (Phase I) & Addition (Phase II) at MCAS New River
► B-52 Weapons Load Training Hangar at Barksdale Air Force Base
► C-130 Aircraft Maintenance Hangar at Moody Air Force Base
► C-2 Aircraft Maintenance Hangar (P-525) at Naval Station Norfolk
► Depot Maintenance Hangar at Hill Air Force Base
► C-17 Two-Bay Hangar at Travis AFB
► Aircraft Maintenance Hangar & Airborne Mine Countermeasure Facility at Naval Station Norfolk
► E-2C Aircraft Maintenance Hangar (P-523) at Naval Station Norfolk
► E2-C, HH-60 and H-2 Aircraft Maintenance Hangars (P-522 and P-524) at Naval Station Norfolk
► F/A-18 Aircraft Maintenance Hangar at NAS Oceana
► Hangar 110 Renovations at NAS Patuxent River 
► Hangar 200 Repairs at NAS Oceana
► Modifications to Hangars at NAS Jacksonville
► Repairs to Hangar 100 at NAS Jacksonville
► Hangar 810 Renovations at Travis Air Force Base
► Hangar 808 Assessment and Renovation at Travis Air Force Base

The most successful design projects are those that adopt the philosophy of teaming design professionals, special system designers (where required) and the end user and facility owner in the design process.  TranSystems has demonstrated successfully that this approach gives positive results.  Our efforts on hangar projects have continually been rewarded over the past few years by receipt of awards such as the Department of Defense Value Engineering Excellence Award, the Air Force Materiel Command Design Citation Award and the ACEC of Virginia Engineering Excellence Award.

TranSystems’ primary commitment is service to our clients, which is assured by the continuous direct supervision by and participation of our firm’s principals.  We stress quality planning, analysis, design and construction that will best meet our clients’ needs.  This, in turn, originates with high quality design.  We provide our services and make ourselves available to our clients 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  We are here to make your project successful.
 

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