b'HANGARSHSA75FACTS&FIGURES Project: Hangar Construction & PurchaseLocation: Stennis Intl AirportKiln, MSAirport Owner/Operator: Hancock County Port & Harbor CommissionProject Cost: $7 million to construct 2 new hangars; $844,000 to purchase additional hangarEngineer: Michael Baker IntlKey Objective: Increase hangar space to support growing aeronautical & space industries in the regionRESTORE HangarSize: 24,000 sq. ft.Cost: $5.25 millionFunding: $3.4 million from Hancock County Port & Harbor Commission; $1.85 million from RESTORE Act (result of settlement between state of Mississippi & BP over 2010 oil spill)Engineering: Michael Baker IntlGeneral Contractor: Drace Construction Corp.Hangar Door: Well Bilt IndustriesConstruction: Sept. 2019-Sept. 2021Lessee: Tyonek Services Group which provide aircraft maintenance services to U.S. Department of Defense, Boeing, etc. New Corporate Hangar Size: 10,000 sq. ft., with additional 2,500 sq. ft. of office space Cost: $1.5 millionA 10,000 square-foot corporate hangar, also completed last September, is locatedFunding: $1.2 million from Hancock County Port & Harbor south of the RESTORE hangar. A new concrete apron between new facilities providesCommission; $325,000 MDOT Multimodal Grant ramp access for both hangars.Engineering: Michael Baker IntlIn addition to hangar space, the new corporate facility includes 2,500 squareGeneral Contractor: Mike Rozier Construction Inc.feet of office space, making it ideal for aerospace companies that need aircraftHangar Door: Well Bilt Industriesstorage and space for administrative staff. The office space is unfinished so it canCompleted: Sept. 2021be customized to suit the specific needs of prospective tenants. Associated Improvement: New concrete apron The Port and Harbor Commission invested $1.2 million of its own funds tobetween hangars that connects to main rampconstruct the corporate hangar and new apron; a Multimodal Grant from theLessee: Tyonek Services GroupMississippi Department of Transportation provided $325,000. The project, which was awarded to Mike Rozier Construction Inc., took one year to complete. Michael Baker International was the engineering firm for both hangars and the new apron.Were seeing continued demand for more hangar space as more Department of Defense contracts are coming down, and as more corporate aircraft are looking for places to operate, Cotter explains. ThePlanningDELTA AIRPORT EngineeringPort and Harbor Commission is committed to being theCONSULTANTS, INC. Environmentalcornerstone of Mississippis aviation industry. Thanks toIndustry Analysiswww.deltaairport.com Program Managementthe support of federal and state partners, we invested Construction Administrationover $7 million to support business operations. Business & Financial PlanningAirportImprovement.comSeptember 2022'