Manassas Regional Airport Issues Hangar RFPs
Seeking to bolster the hangar space at Manassas Regional Airport in Virginia, the city of Manassas has issued a pair of RFPs.
The first calls for the development of a new hangar complex on two plots of land totaling 10 acres on the southeast side of the field, near the site where aviation services provider Chantilly Air will soon open the airport’s second FBO. In addition to storage hangars, it is expected to include new ramps, vehicle parking areas, and all other necessary infrastructure.
The second RFP is for the long-term lease of an existing hangar complex, also on the southeast side, which is currently occupied by Chantilly Air’s maintenance department. It consists of two connected hangars with a combined 24,000 sq ft of aircraft storage area and an additional 2,000 sq ft of office space.
The winning bidder is required to perform infrastructure improvements such as repaving and restriping the existing parking lot spaces and driveways, repaving the existing ramp/apron, professionally painting the exterior and exteriors of both hangars, replacing and/or repairing insulation in both hangars, replacing existing gas heaters in both hangars, refinishing both hangar floors, replacing existing office HVAC units with new energy-efficient units, and obtaining professional analysis for the repair of the roof for each hangar and office space.
Both proposals are due September 28. Visit the airport website for more information.