Project Profile
Gulfstream Service Center Expansion
“Haskell’s project management and construction staff have been receptive to our institutional requirements, responsive to our questions and concerns, and professional in their approach.”
Joseph Drake
Director, Real Estate, Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
Lynn Huff
Director of Business Development, Industrial

Gulfstream Service Center Expansion

A busy aircraft support facility needed to grow.
The Gulfstream Product Support and Service Center is located at the Savannah International Airport in Georgia. It’s one of five Gulfstream factory service centers in the U.S. providing a wide range of around-the-clock aircraft support services, enhancements, spares, and technical support functions. When the time came for the final build-out of the master planned facility, they called on their eleven-time partner: Haskell.

We created an expansion as premier as a Gulfstream jet.
The expansion tied into the existing center’s structure and greatly expanded and improved many services within the facility. While customers gained new reception and conference rooms, the center’s service core grew by two additional hangars and three levels of administrative and engineering spaces plus other key service improvements.

We surpassed our client’s expectations.
Haskell provided complete architecture and engineering design and construction project management services. The ability to self-perform all construction activities associated with concrete foundations, slab-on-grade, concrete tilt-up wall panels fabrication and erection ensured top quality and maintained the aggressive project schedule. The project was yet another successful collaboration, just as our client expected.
Savannah, Georgia, USA
218,350-square-foot expansion to jet service facility.

78-acre site, final build-out of 546,350 square feet master-planned business jet service facility.

First Coast Chapter Excellence in Construction Award – Associated Builders and Contractors 2010

Start Date
August 2008

Completion Date
September 2009

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