Making the green choice when investing in hangar space
As the MRO and aviation industry changes and grows there has been an upturn in demand for Rubb fabric hybrid modular hangars. This is due to the efficient design and building system employed by Rubb.
Why are airlines choosing temporary fabric aircraft hangars during the COVID-19 crisis?
With travel restrictions in place across the globe, the aviation industry is now facing an unprecedentedly low demand.
Air Supported Buildings VS Rubb Fabric Structures
Bubbles, sport bubbles, and air supported buildings are popular and affordable alternatives to traditional construction and framed tensioned fabric structures such as Rubb’s solutions.
Rubb supports Sanford, Maine airport (SFM) with hybrid fabric building
Rubb Building Systems provided Sanford Seacoast Regional Airport (SFM) with a hybrid insulated membrane covered building.
Rubb supports hospital ships USNS Mercy and Comfort during COVID-19 pandemic
US Navy deploys Naval Hospital Ships USNS Mercy and Comfort in regions affected by COVID-19.
Lion Air Blast & Coat Facility
A flexible Rubb solution was selected by Lion Air for its Batam-based blast and coat operation.
Portland International Jetport Runway Storage
Rubb designed, fabricated and installed this 30ft x 125ft x 13.1ft BVE building in May 2019.
Bombardier MRO Hangars
Rubb delivered two 45.72m x 50.2m Thermohall® insulated hangars to Mirabel Airport, outside of Montreal, Canada.
Turkish Airlines MRO Hangar
Rubb was selected to build a large MRO hangar for Turkish Airlines and maintenance support arm Turkish Technic.