As Flying magazine points out, “airplane owners turn” their hangars “into the ultimate hangouts.” (Flying Magazine)
Pictured above is a large “barn hangar” that serves as a venue, including a lounge and bar area as well as a surround-sound theatre. Even the floors are unique. They were “constructed with freshly poured concrete that was acid stained to imitate a worn-out flight jacket. The effect is stunning, and the flooring reflects airplanes beautifully.” Article author Pia Bergqvist goes on to share another custom design by Cary Wilson of Houston, Texas. Cary drew out his own design “on a sheet of paper” and “then located a contractor to build the structure.” Premier Building Systems often receives these idea drawings (on napkins, etc.) and we get started on helping our customers reach their dreams.
Cary installed doors on both sides of the building, allowing him to taxi in on one side and out on the other. Custom furniture, personal touches such as his motorcycle collection and a 600 square foot apartment make this the ultimate metal hangar and hangout. If you’re interested in learning more about building a metal airplane hangar, contact us.