To place new equipment and conduct routine maintenance at Renaissance Heavy Industries, it was necessary to purchase facilities for storing materials. Heavy equipment was to be located in repair shops, and welding, soldering and painting of metal structural elements were also to be carried out. The scope of the project, carried out in various places and in separate stages, required temporary premises to be quickly transferred to other facilities. In addition, to ensure the safety of workers and the longevity of new Renaissance Heavy Industries facilities, it was necessary to create temporary structures that could withstand aggressive environments.
Renaissance Heavy Industries acquired two 1,250 sqm hangars. Shortly after deployment, they placed an order for an additional hangar, as they were very pleased with the results.
The hangars were equipped with an automated and remotely controlled switchboard, front and rear gates 6 x 6 meters, LED lighting, a telematics system and an extended uninterruptible power supply (UPS) to protect against power outages.
Updated automation has significantly reduced energy consumption compared to previous hangar models.
About the customer
We really liked Angarstroy’s inflatable warehouses. It quickly became clear that in the future we would be able to use these structures for various projects. The company’s management saw great value in this type of hangars and decided to purchase an additional hangar for the convenience of the company’s employees. Angarstroy justified our goals and requirements, which went beyond the standard product line. We look forward to working with them in the future.
Renaissance Heavy Industries is a construction subsidiary of the Renaissance holding headquartered in Ankara, which owns the 53rd largest construction company in the world – Renaissance Construction.
The company has more than 10,000 employees worldwide and works with projects in all industries: metallurgy, hydrocarbon industry, energy, mining and processing.