P234 C-40 Maintenance Reserve Hangar


Oak Harbor, WA

Project Overview:

This project included the new construction of a 65,000 sq foot hangar and two-story administrative building. These facilities are located along an active flight line and serve as the home of CR-61 squadron. The hangar features a massive foundation system of 350 pipe piles supporting 18 and 24-inch structural slabs and 600 tons of structural steel. The building envelope is constructed of architectural CMU, metal panels and a standing seam metal roof with track mounted hangar door. Cast-in-place trench drains in the hangard (delete d) bay house the Aqueous Firefighting Foam system.

Services Provided:

GeoTest provided environmental consulting and sampling for this project. Our services included sampling and testing contaminated soils that were encountered during utility installation. The results were used to advise the project team of appropriate removal and disposal procedures.


US Navy

Project Cost:

$28 Million

Additional Services Provided:

Steel Pile Observation and Testing, Soil Compaction, Asphalt Compaction, Reinforced Concrete Inspection, Proprietary Anchor Inspection, Structural Steel Inspection, Soil Testing, Asphalt Testing, Concrete Cylinder Testing

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Geotest welcomes the opportunity to become a part of your team and build the success of your company. We provide Construction Special Inspection and Materials Testing Services throughout Northwest Washington. Our Geotechnical Engineering Department and Environmental team can provide services in Washington State and Oregon.

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