From lift off to landing, aviation facilities need to be ready for any plane or passenger visiting the hangar.
In the aviation industry, routine maintenance isn’t just about aesthetics, it’s about keeping the facilities clean, safe, and secure to ensure all flights start and end smoothly.
Airside facilities, landside facilities and the terminal building all have building maintenance requirements ranging from concrete reinforcement, to waterproofing, to periodic restorations.
Proper maintenance includes prompt leak repairs, proper fall protection equipment, consistent exterior repairs, and upkeep of common areas and parking structures.
Building restoration describes the preservation, repair, and restoration of all areas of the building envelope. The ‘building envelope’ is the physical separator between the conditioned and unconditioned environment of a building.
Structural damage is often found on elevated slabs, walkways, parking garages, and structural elements.
Routine maintenance helps protect your capital investment from damage and deterioration.
At the Valcourt Group, we approach every project as your partner in protecting your property’s value.
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