Project Titan is a continuation of Project Stallion, the first MRO hanger constructed at Pensacola International Airport and operated by ST Engineering. Project Titan consists of three additional hangars (Hangers 2, 3, and 4), support services centers (SSC), administrative offices and taxiways, aprons and roadways. The total cost for the project is $210,120,000 and is fully funded with commitments from public and private donors.
Project Titan represents the continuation of a commercial aircraft MRO Aviation Campus, for both passenger and freight carriers) at Pensacola International Airport. This project at the Pensacola International Airport will create over 1300 new jobs and a regional Center of Excellence for the MRO industry.
Project Titan broke ground on July 1, 2021 and has an expected full completion date of June 2024.
PROJECT TITAN WORK SUMMARY
Contractors mobilized to site and began clearing operations in mid-June to facilitate the installation of temporary border fencing. Site grading work began and continued d with separation of topsoil and backfill dirt, removal of concrete structures, and roadwork for construction vehicles. Coordination with Gulf Power to relocate power lines was completed as well as FAA power line relocation. Contractor’s carpenters assembling concrete forms with varying sizes and functions. Also constructed cable holding towers to allow for cords to be strung across the slab during pour without cords dipping into the concrete. Contractor bringing in subsequent loads of sand for properly filling and compacting of existing drainage ditch.