The aviation industry specializes in connecting people with different continents, countries, cities, and cultures. At Wier, we specialize in constructing facilities for our clients in the aviation industry to help them to reach their business goals. Whether you’re looking to build a new hangar or renovate an existing jet center or related facility, we have the expertise to help you spread your wings and soar.

Our team of professionals understand the unique requirements of aviation construction and pride themselves on delivering quality projects on time and within budget. Our coordinated team members work with you to prioritize safety and compliance, strictly adhere to industry standards, and ensure your final project meets all necessary regulations.

Pre-Construction Services

Pre-construction is the first step in ensuring your aviation construction project runs smoothly. From pre-construction consulting to value engineering input and everything in between, Weir can help get your next aviation project off the ground.

Construction Services

Our experts use the design-build project delivery method, which differentiates us from other general contractors because we work together with our valued clients, architects, and engineers to provide superior results you won’t find anywhere else. Our construction professionals collaborate as a team to create finished projects based on our clients’ visions and how they do business.

Post-Construction Services

Even after a project is completed and successfully delivered, our Wier team stands ready to assist with warranty issues or other concerns. Our professionals truly care about the people and businesses we work with, and our foremost concern is building lasting relationships with our clients and ensuring their complete satisfaction.

Wier Knows AVIATION Construction

Our Wier team has team is comprised of experienced construction professionals dedicated to building quality aviation projects without wavering from the client’s specific needs and budget or the project’s schedule and safety. We understand the many demands placed on our aviation clients in the current business climate and recognize the value of this key business sector. To date, our Wier team has managed over ten large-scale commercial construction aviation projects and stands ready to assist our clients in this important industry. Request a bid and see how we can help you with either a new construction project or an expansion to your current aviation facility.

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What is aviation construction?

Aviation construction refers to the specialized field of building and developing infrastructure and facilities related to aviation, as well as the planning, design, engineering, and construction of various components within the aviation industry. Aviation construction involves creating and maintaining various related structures and systems, including buildings, runways, taxiways, hangars, aprons, fueling systems, and other support facilities.

The primary goal of airport construction is to create safe, efficient, and functional environments for aircraft operations, passengers, and cargo. It requires a thorough understanding of aviation regulations, compliance with safety standards, and consideration of the unique operational requirements of different types of aircraft. Aviation construction projects may involve new construction, expansion, renovation, or rehabilitation of existing aviation infrastructure. At Wier, we carefully coordinate with architects, engineers, construction teams, airport authorities, outside aviation consultants, and regulatory agencies to ensure successful project execution.

What are the key stages of aviation industry construction?


The process begins with a comprehensive planning and feasibility study to determine the requirements for a new jet center or the expansion of an existing one. Factors such as market demand, economic viability, environmental impact, and regulatory considerations are carefully evaluated. Once the decision is made to proceed, the design and engineering phase begins, focusing on creating detailed plans. This stage also emphasizes customization to meet the specific requirements of private jet operations.

Following the design phase, the actual construction process involves site preparation and infrastructure development, including clearing, grading, and creating necessary access roads and utilities. The construction of buildings and facilities begins, including terminals, offices, and hangars. Special attention is given to integrating security systems and state-of-the-art facilities for maintenance and fueling operations. The construction phase also includes the development of runways, taxiways, and aprons specifically designed for private jet operations.

Throughout all stages of construction, meticulous planning, adherence to safety standards, and customization to the client’s needs is crucial. The goal is to create a sophisticated and efficient environment that provides a seamless experience for passengers and crew while meeting the highest aviation industry standards.

What are the most important considerations when building a new aviation project?

First, selecting a suitable location is crucial, considering factors like land availability, accessibility, and zoning regulations. Obtaining the necessary permits and approvals from local authorities is also essential. Next, it is important to consider such safety and security methods as fire suppression and emergency protocol systems, surveillance systems, and access control measures. Moreover, securing adequate infrastructure and utilities is also critical, including electricity, water, telecommunications, and waste management. Of course, strict compliance with aviation standards and guidelines, such as runway dimensions, taxiway design, lighting systems, and navigational aids, is key for safe and efficient operations. Lastly, operational and environmental considerations are also important and include passenger flow, parking facilities, energy efficiency, water conservation, and noise mitigation.