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As a precision builder, our technical approach is critical. With 72% repeat clients, our project delivery isn’t a flyby.

In our business, as in aerospace, precision is a requirement—and we’re not flying by the seat of our pants. In the more than 25 years since our first aviation/aerospace project, we’ve honed our project delivery with a host of successful projects for public and private clients, including many Fortune 500 companies. Our technical expertise includes massive steel test stands for fuel tanks designed for the space program, runways, aviation hangars, international airport renovations, pneumatic and anechoic test chambers, airplane and missile manufacturing facilities, and logistics centers, along with the central utility plants to support them. And with an approach that’s centered on exceptional client service, we’ll show you precisely why we’re the right contractor for your project. View select Aerospace and Aviation projects

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Featured Projects

Airbus A220 Final Assembly Line and Logistics Center Expansion

Mobile, Alabama

The design-build Airbus A220 Assembly Line and Logistics Center Expansion is a 205,000 sq ft high-bay structural steel airplane assembly facility including basements, tunnels, manufacturing space, and administrative spaces. The logistics... Read more

Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport Terminal Modernization

Birmingham, Alabama

The Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport Terminal Modernization entailed 220,359 sq ft of new construction and 291,135 sq ft of renovation to a two-story terminal, concourses, ticketing halls, office spaces, ramp operations, and... Read more

Confidential Client – Missile Integration Facility

Confidential, Alabama

The Missile Integration Facility is a 70,000 sq ft, fully automated, high-bay missile manufacturing facility that consists of a missile assembly facility, office support area, and two missile test cells. The building was constructed of... Read more

Confidential Client – Radar Operations Center

Confidential, Mississippi

This new 60,000 sq ft facility serves as a highly automated hub for radar research, production, and testing. The building has administrative space for 120 employees, radar research/manufacturing space, and radar testing chambers. The... Read more

NASA Test Stands

Marshall Space Flight Center, Alabama

This project consists of construction of two large stands at Marshall Space Flight Center for testing the fuel tanks and other key hardware for NASA’s new Space Launch System (SLS). The project includes 7,216 cubic yards of concrete... Read more
Marshall Space Flight Center

SLS Liquid Hydrogen Tank Test Article Loaded into Test Stand

The largest piece of structural test hardware for America’s new deep space rocket, the Space Launch System, was loaded into Test Stand 4693, which was constructed by Brasfield & Gorrie at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The liquid hydrogen tank is part of the rocket’s core stage, which is more than 200 feet tall and has a diameter of 27.6 feet. The tank stores cryogenic liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen that will feed the vehicle’s RS-25 engines. Dozens of hydraulic cylinders in the 215-foot-tall test stand will push and pull the tank, subjecting it to the same stresses and loads it will endure during liftoff and flight.