• Megadoor - Mining: Gold Corp Inc, Mexico
    A large door installation improving cost and energy efficiency.
    Gold Corp Inc, Mexico
  • Megadoor - Shipyard: Pendennis, Falmouth, Cornwall, UK
    A large door installation improving energy efficiency and working conditions.
    Pendennis, Cornwall, UK
  • Megadoor - Civil Aviation: Continental Airlines, USA
    A hangar door retrofit installation improving energy efficiency.
    Continental Airlines, USA

Reference cases

Learn more about Megadoor installations worldwide through the eyes of our satisfied customers in a wide range of industries such as aviation, mining, shipyard and heavy industry. Our extensive Megadoor reference case library showcases the customers situation and challenges and how we applied our knowledge and products to provide them with the best solution.

Industry Country Solution
Civil Aviation
Military Aviation
Aircraft Manufacturing
Heavy Industry
Waste & Recycling
El Salvador
Space saving
Cost efficiency
Hangar door retrofit
Energy efficiency
New hangar door
Improve efficency
LEED certificated
Large door installation
Crane door installation
New dry dock

December 2014

With Megadoor vertical lifting fabric doors from ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems, ConocoPhillips is prepared for the harsh North Sea

ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems devoted several experts and thousands of hours to the design phase, working with ConocoPhillips to meet every detail of the offshore code. Two Megadoor vertical lifting fabric doors in three sections each, with dimensions of 17.1 x 5.7 m and 16.7 x 5.7 m respectively, were prepared and delivered to the SMOE shipyard.
December 2014

Megadoor vertical lifting fabric doors from ASSA ABLOY Entrane Systems contribute to highest honors in the USAF Design Awards

Since its completion, the Hawaii ANG's new F-22 hangar has received praise both on base and off. In fact, the new facility earned a top-ranking Honor Award in the 2014 USAF Design Awards. These awards were established in 1976 as a recognition and benchmark of design excellence.
November 2014

Jet Aviation strengthens its image in Singapore with a Megadoor vertical lifting fabric door from ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems

With the inauguration of the new hangar in May 2014, Jet Aviation entered a new era in its service to Singapore's business aviation customers. The company now has an attractive, high-quality facility – with an attractive and highly functional door to match.
November 2014

SIAEC upgrades its painting facilities at Chiangi Airport with a Megadoor vertical lifting fabric door from ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems

The choice of a Megadoor vertical lifting fabric door enabled a swift and effective conversion of SIAEC's existing building. Since no rails or foundations were needed, it was not necessary to excavate the existing apron to provide support for ground tracks.
November 2014

Bombardier's Singapore service center impresses with its Megadoor vertical lifting fabric door from ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems

Opened in February 2014, Bombardier's new service center is already an important MRO hub for its Asia-Pacific customers. It is also an attractive facility, with a hangar door whose high functionality matches its good looks. Bombardier saves energy on lighting thanks to the natural light let in by the translucent fabric.
October 2014

Qantas upgrades and protects its Brisbane business with a Megadoor vertical lifting fabric door from ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems

With the Megadoor solution in place, Hangar No. 2 has gone from 30-year-old hangar to 21st-century maintenance facility. Protected from the elements by the door's tight sealing, the space is impervious to dust, dirt and Brisbane's cyclonic winds.
February 2014

ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems provides Marina del Gargano – Marina of Manfredonia (FG) Italy with 7 large doors

ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems solves challenges in the shipyard segment
January 2014

ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems provides Stratolaunch with a door for the worlds largest aircraft

ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems provided StratolaunchSystems, California USA with a 420'w x 68'h (128m x 21m) hangar door system for their new fabrication facility located in Mojave California.
September 2013

ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems help RG Tanna for a safer working environment with Megadoor systems

ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems retrofitted the original five year old steel frame with a new Megadoor system. The purpose of the Megadoor installation was to increase the working space with maximum openings.
July 2013

Automated doors from ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems help keep FlexSteel's business moving

ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems provided FlexSteel with two of the best automated doors on the market from recognized brands with experience serving customers in harsh, industrial environments.
June 2013

Installation of Megadoor systems for a brighter and safer working area

Bladt Industries, located in Aalborg, Denmark, was required to get doors that could withstand high windloads, give brighter and safer working environment and energy savings.
May 2013

Reliable quality, long durability and lifetime with Megadoor system

A Megadoor system that has lasted for 25 years, in a harsh environment, and still going strong is proof of great quality in achitecture,material and maintenance
December 2012

BHP Billiton Middelburg Colliery installs Megadoor to improve their working environment with translucent fabric

Megadoor was tasked with providing a tight sealing door, resistance to high winds and hostile environment
June 2012

Megadoor helps Falcon Aviation Service in Abu Dhabi with tight air sealed hangar doors to keep the hangar clean from the dust and the hot environment

Megadoor was tasked with providing a tight sealing door, which is suitable for an air-conditioned hangar in a very hot and dusty environment
June 2012

Megadoor proudly provided the hangar doors for Florida State College at Jacksonville's Aircraft Services Facility.

The three-bay hangar with adjoining classroom space is jointly owned and operated by Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) and Jacksonville Aviation Authority (JAA). Flightstar Aircraft Services, an aviation MRO provider, leases approximately 95% of the facility
June 2012

Megadoor helps ADAT to create the right environment for a major MRO

Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies (ADAT) is the largest independent provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul services (MRO) in the Middle East, and a member of Mubadala Aerospace global MRO network. Megadoor provided ADAT hangar doors for their impressive 3-bay Hangar 6
May 2012

Megadoor provided reliable doors performance in a tough environment

The world's largest undeveloped copper deposit, which also turns out to include significant deposits of gold and silver, is located in the Gobi of Mongolia at a site called Oyu Tolgoi, which means "Turquoise Hill". Megadoor provided the Oyu Tolgoi with reliable doors.
February 2012

Megadoor meets the requirements of China First Heavy Industries

China Nuclear Power PetrochemicalBusiness Group, located in Dalian City, Liaoning Province, is affiliated to China First Heavy Industries. Megadoor provided both a crane door, a hangar door design and technical assistance with the structural integration of the door system into the building.
February 2012

Megadoor provides reliable performance and project management in Hohhot Airport, China

The Baita Hangar is located in the Hohhot Airport, providing the maintenance base for the airplanes of Air China. As an airplane parking and maintenance site, the hangar is the most important infrastructure at the airport. Megadoor provided the Baita Hangar with a reliable hangar door.
October 2011

Megadoor helps GAMECO to run efficient operations at one of the largest hangars in China

Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Company, Ltd. (GAMECO) is a premier provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services. In order to meet client demand, GAMECO invested over 100 million USD in a new state of the art hangar that opened in 2004. At 400 meters long and 133 meters wide, it's the largest truss structure hangar in China.
October 2011

Megadoor improves Pratt & Whitney's hangars at Mirabel Aerospace Center in Canada

The Pratt & Whitney Canada Mirabel Aerospace Center, located at the International Airport in Québec, is a state-of-the-art assembly and test facility for the company’s next generation of jet engines. Pratt & Whitney requested hangar doors that were reliable in harsh winters and provided optimized use of natural lighting. Megadoor was able to provide the right solution.
October 2011

Megadoor lowers costs in cold climates

Bombardier Aerospace is a world leader in the design, manufacturing and support of aircraft for the business, commercial, specialized and amphibious markets. Since 1997, Bombardier Aerospace has installed over 80 Megadoor hangar doors at five different manufacturing centers around the world. Megadoor was able to provide the right solution for Bombardier, and continues to be a proud supplier of large door systems at their manufacturing facilities.
September 2011

Megadoor improves conditions inside Interjet's hangar

In 2009 Interjet opened its new maintenance hangar at Toluca Airport, investing 10 million USD in this single position A320 hangar. Toluca Airport requested a low-maintenance and reliable facility that minimizes dependence on non-domestic support. Megadoor was able to provide the right solution for them.
April 2011

Most efficient building methods to construct a new truck maintenance facility.

Trapper Mining has been exploiting its significant reserves of bituminous coal for local electrical production since 1977. The site has received positive recognition from environmentalists for its successful reclamation programs, reintroducing various flora and fauna. This progressive attitude also came into play as Trapper Mining looked into the most efficient building methods to construct a new truck maintenance facility.
March 2011

Doors from a climatic perspective.

In 2010, Canadian-based Gold Corp Inc. mining company was looking at door alternatives for the truck maintenance shop at its newest facility, located in Zacatecas State, Mexico. With a projected mine life of 20 years, Gold Corp was looking at products that would meet its needs from a climatic perspective while offering long-term maintenance-free operation.
February 2011

Megadoor helps Mortenson Construction and the US Navy achieve LEED Silver rating by the US Green Building Council

When the US Navy decided to build a new $123 million dollar facility in Jacksonville, Florida, the choice of hangar doors was Megadoor. This was chosen in part because Megadoor can resist the high wind loads found in the local hurricane zone.
January 2011

Sunshine naturally lights up the facilities

The new Air Operations Facility for the city of Los Angeles was built at Van Nuys Airport, the busiest general aviation airport in the world. The $51 million fire, police and maintenance facility was designed to boost the comfort, efficiency and emergency response time of thecity's 30 helicopters.
November 2010

Maximizing quality and production by cost-effectively increasing worker comfort in tropical conditions.

Aeroman was established in 1983 to provide support to TACA airlines as well as to provide third-party maintenance services. The company is the leading narrow body MRO provider and only member of the Airbus MRO Network in Latin America. In 2008, Aeroman completed phase one of its facility masterplan by building a 2-bay 118,000 sq ft (11,100 sq meter) hangar capable of servicing up to B-757 aircraft.
November 2010

Excellent performance that pays off in the long run

Dongfang (Guangzhou) Heavy Machinery Co. Ltd (DFHM) was founded in 2004 as a world-class manufacturer of large and complex components for nuclear power generation and petrochemical plants. In 2006, the first construction phase of the manufacturing plant incorporated a Megadoor that would allow a 1 400 ton overhead crane to exit the building to unload large rough materials and load finished components onto transport ships.
November 2010

Megadoors' solutions fits large-scale manufacturing plant

Dongfang (Guangzhou) Heavy Machinery Co. Ltd (DFHM) was founded in 2004 as a world-class manufacturer of large and complex components for nuclear power generation and petrochemical plants. The construction of the DFHM manufacturing facility was an important project for China, signaling to the world its new heavy industrial capabilities. China United Engineering Corporation designed the facility and was awarded the China Civil Engineering Society Zhan Tianyou Award, which is the country's highest engineering award.
October 2010

Weather proof solutions for Irving Oil's hangar door

Irving Oil is a family-owned and privately-held regional energy processing, transporting, and marketing company headquartered in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. Their old corporate flight operations were housed in a 1950's era hangar with a door too low to accommodate today's larger business jets. It was time to build a new modern facility.
September 2010

Saving space while improving access

Campbell Soup Company is a global manufacturer and marketer of high-quality foods in over 120 countries. The flight department operated a Gulfstream G-IV in their 117' (35.7 m)-wide hangar. In order to meet the increased international travel demands of the organization, Campbell Soup ordered a new Gulfstream G-550, with a range of 6,750 nautical miles. However, although the hangar was wide enough to accommodate the new aircraft, its access into the hangar was prevented by the rolling door pocket, which restricted the door opening to 90' (27.4 m).
August 2010

Energy-efficent hangar door in a cold weather environment

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport was Continental Airlines' third largest hub before its merger with United Airlines. Aircraft maintenance at the airport is performed in a complex of three hangars. One of these hangars was dedicated to line maintenance and overnight phase checks on Continental's fleet of 737-300/500 aircraft. When Continental originally leased the hangar, it was able to fit its older 737s through the door. However, its newly acquired 737-NextGen aircraft would not fit because the opening was serviced by a bottom rolling door, stored in a 22' (6.7 m) pocket on the front of the hangar. The hangar-operations team realized that, if they eliminated the need for the door pocket, they could open the entire width of this fully confined hangar, and thus have plenty of room to accommodate their new aircraft. That is when they called Megadoor.
July 2010

Megadoor has proven to be the most energy-efficient hangar door in the world

Alpha Flying, Inc. is one of the nation's largest aircraft fractional ownership programs. Alpha Flying decided to consolidate operations from two other airports to their new 40,000 ft2 (3,716 m2 )hangar and 44,000 ft2 (4,088 m2 )office and support space built at Pease International Airport in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
April 2010

Pendennis opens new dry dock

Pendennis wanted to develop a new dry dock, which gave them maximum flexibility and ease of operation. They were extending the existing dry dock and wanted to improve on their existing system to accommodate the building of much larger superyachts. The existing doors were rusting and very difficult to open and the customer required the site operational as quick as possible.
April 2010

Auburn University gains larger doors on smaller space

The Auburn University Regional Airport (AUO) is a public use facility serving the local community that is owned and maintained by Auburn University. In 2010, new terminal building was built along with a new hangar for University aircraft as part of a modernization and growth plan.
February 2010

Premier Jet makes smart long-term investment with Megadoor

Premier Jet is a $33 million, 15-acre complex that includes 19 private executive hangars ranging in size from 3,500-15,000 square feet. Premier Jet is unique, because they are the first to bring the condo concept with 30-year, prepaid, long-term, leases to the aviation community.
December 2009

Qantas Engineering makes old hangar new and multi-purpose

Commissioned by the Royal Australian Air Force to convert four A330 commercial jets to mid-air refuelers, Qantas Engineering chose to re-furbish an existing doorless Ansett Aviation hangar with fully weather-sealing doors, simultaneously ensuring that the hangar could accommodate other aircraft after the conversion project's completion.
December 2009

Oxford Airport gains a big hangar with a small footprint

A primary regional general and business aviation airport, Oxford Airport is one of the U.K.'s busiest airfields, offering many different services. When a new hangar was built, the benefits of incorporating a Megadoor into the hangar design were obvious to the decision makers. The opening was maximized in the design using the Megadoor solution to accommodate the largest business jet types and typical regional turboprops, whilst the use of Megadoors allowed an extra 1.25 metres of valuable usable hangar depth that would have been lost were the design to have used conventional sliding doors.
September 2009

Old RAF hangar made new again (and better)!

Like many bases within the UK, the existing hangar doors were old and difficult to operate. They were opened by a hand wheel attached to the door leaf at low level. It took a long time to open them and consequently they stayed open for long periods of time. The doors were also larger than was required for modern aircraft; this resulted in heat loss and a less than perfect working environment for the aircraft technicians.
July 2009

Galway Airport adds two new hangarsfor regional aviation

Galway Airport is an important hub connecting western Ireland with the rest of the country and Europe. To provide better facilities for regional carriers, the airport commissioned construction of two new hangars. Having previously seen Megadoors in operation at another airport, the customer was fully convinced and specified them for the new hangars.
April 2009

Marshall Business Aviation quickly enhances MRO capabilities

To expand dedicated corporate MRO capabilities Marshall Business Aviation, part of UK based aerospace engineering company Marshall Aerospace, needed to increase hangar capacity at its Cambridge Airport facility. In record time, Freespan and Megadoor delivered a relocatable, energy-efficient Sprung®(R) modular hangar with Megadoor®(R) vertical lifting fabric doors.
March 2009

KLM UK Engineering makes an old hangar bigger and better

KLM UK Engineering specialises in the maintenance, repair and overhaul of aircraft and has its main base at Norwich International Airport. Customers include well known operators, such as TNT Airways, Britair and CityJet, as well as KLM and Air France. Due to existing and new contracts KLM UK Engineering needs more space. A big project with CityJet, which is in the process of a major fleet renewal is one of the reasons for bringing one of the old hangars back into use.
September 2001

VT Shipbuilding Portsmouth

VT Shipbuilding required a big opening to enable large parts of the ship's structure to be taken out of the building when fabricated. They also required a smaller opening to allow access of vehicles in and out of the building on a regular basis, without having to open up the full width of 23m.
April 2001


Although the structure was well under way, because of an already established relationship with the internal design/build team, the Megadoor professionals were invited to become involved and meet the individual responsible for the new facility
September 2000

Boeing Wichita, Kansas

As part of a new strategy, Boeing began a program of converting passenger aircraft to cargo aircraft. This production effort required that the entire aircraft be disassembled, a procedure which had to be conducted in a totally enclosed structure. The only spot on which this structure could be built was on a ground slope of about four feet.
May 2000

Lear Jet

There was a very tight time schedule with unusual conditions associated with the Lear Jet project. Management had observed the successes of other aircraft manufacturers who had used Megadoor and wanted to experience the same success. The project includes 6 finishing and paint bays and 1 delivery bay.
May 1999

Trinity Yachts in New Orleans, LA

Trinity Yachts in New Orleans, LA., a major manufacturer of luxury yachts and boats, needed to increase production at their facility by performing the finishing task in a controlled environment.
November 1998

FedEx Memphis USA

FedEx needed a new maintenance facility who had to be constructed on a very tight site and must accommodate at least two MD11's and an Airbus, in Hangar 12 and B-727 Aircraft in Hangar 11. And, aircraft needed to be positioned without opening the entire hangar.
August 1998

Kerr-McGee; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA

Kerr-McGee is a global energy and inorganic chemical company based in Oklahoma City, OK. The company has an existing hangar that required additional space for fleet upgrades and future additions. The present hangar three leaf steel sliding door allowed an overwhelming infiltration of birds, dust, and air in the facility.
June 1997

Megadoor - chosen by Bangor Waste Station transfer

Michael Whitley Architects, acting as Project Managers for North Down Borough Council, approached Crawford UK, to ask them for the most appropriate door solution for the Bangor project. Not only was keeping dust and odour in the plant a key criterion, but they also asked for a number of other requirements to be considered. They had looked at roller shutter doors but felt these did not look aesthetically pleasing and had a perception of being noisy. As the development is close to a residential area, noise would be an issue.