Design-Build Multi-Aircraft Hangar at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma

Titan Consultants is proud to lead the design-build project for a state-of-the-art multi-aircraft hangar at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma. This expansive facility, covering 164,443 square feet and spanning 239 feet in width, will be a critical asset for the United States Air Force, providing a secure and efficient space to house aircraft and essential equipment.

Project Scope and Features

1. Foundations:

  • Robust and durable foundations are tailored to support the massive structure and withstand the weight of multiple aircraft.
  • Incorporation of advanced engineering techniques to ensure stability and longevity.

2. Utilities:

  • Comprehensive utility systems, including water supply, sewage, and stormwater management.
  • Integration of energy-efficient systems to support sustainable operations.

3. Electrical Systems:

  • High-capacity electrical infrastructure to support the hangar’s extensive power needs.
  • Installation of advanced lighting systems, ensuring optimal visibility and energy savings.

4. Mechanical Systems:

  • State-of-the-art HVAC systems to maintain controlled environments essential for aircraft maintenance and operations.
  • She advanced ventilation systems to ensure the safety and comfort of personnel.

5. Plumbing:

  • Installation of efficient plumbing systems tailored to the unique needs of the hangar.
  • Incorporation of water-saving technologies to promote sustainability.

6. Communications:

  • Comprehensive communications infrastructure to support secure and reliable connectivity.
  • Integration of advanced data and voice communication systems to facilitate smooth operations.

7. Hangar Structure:

  • Construction of a robust steel framework to ensure structural integrity and durability.
  • Design considerations to accommodate various aircraft sizes and types.

8. Overhead Doors and Fabricated Hangar Doors:

  • Install high-performance overhead doors for efficient access and egress.
  • Custom-fabricated hangar doors are designed for durability and ease of operation.

9. Interior Improvements:

  • Development of functional and ergonomic workspaces for maintenance and administrative tasks.
  • Incorporation of advanced safety features to protect personnel and equipment.

10. Exterior Improvements:

  • Landscaping and exterior enhancements to improve the overall aesthetic and functionality of the hangar.
  • Development of secure and efficient access roads and parking areas.

Project Goals and Objectives

The primary objective of this project is to deliver a cutting-edge hangar facility that meets the rigorous standards and operational needs of the United States Air Force. Key goals include:

  • Enhanced Operational Efficiency: Providing a well-organized space streamlining aircraft maintenance and operational workflows.
  • Safety and Compliance: Ensuring the facility meets all safety regulations and standards, creating a secure environment for personnel and equipment.
  • Sustainability: Incorporating eco-friendly designs and systems to minimize environmental impact and promote long-term sustainability.
  • Flexibility and Scalability: Designing a versatile facility that can adapt to future needs and accommodate various aircraft types and sizes.


The design-build multi-aircraft hangar at Tinker Air Force Base represents a significant investment in the United States Air Force’s operational capabilities and infrastructure. Titan Consultants is dedicated to delivering a facility that not only meets but exceeds expectations, providing a vital asset supporting the Air Force’s mission for years to come.


TITAN RoleSite Safety & Health Officer
Prime ContractorThe Korte Company
Awarding AgencyUS. Army Corp of Engineers (USACE)

Site Safety and Health Officer Scope of Work 

  • Conduct daily safety and health inspections, maintaining a log of inspected areas, dates, hazards, corrective actions, and completion dates. Submit daily reports to the QC Manager.
  • Conducted mishap investigations, completed accident reports, and reported near misses.
  • Use and maintain OSHA’s Form 300 to log work-related injuries and post Form 300A on the site safety bulletin board.
  • Attend pre-construction, mutual understanding, three-phase quality, and progress meetings.
  • Review, approve, implement, and enforce the APP and Accident Hazard Awareness (AHAs) for compliance with EM 385-1-1.
  • Maintain applicable safety reference materials on-site.
  • Establish and maintain a safety deficiency tracking system.
  • Maintain a list of hazardous chemicals and their Safety Data Sheets (SDSs).
  • Maintain a weekly list of high-hazard activities and be prepared to discuss details during Quality Control Progress Meetings.