Category Archives: Aviation Doors

Bottom Rolling Hangar Doors-Door Engineering Style

What makes our Bottom Rolling Hangar Door superior to the other manufacturers? Well, for starters our hangar doors are shipped in factory fabricated modular-assemblies that results in a higher quality hangar door and less job site erection time saving money and ensuring a quality end product!  The other guys will send you your door essentially in pieces for field assembly. […]

Throwback Thursday-Hangar 9 Refurbishment

Our customer, Tectonic Management Group,  asked us to assist in providing the perfect solution to refurbish the existing hangar doors on Hangar 9 located in Oakland, California. The hangar was initially constructed for the navy back in 1942! The customer’s main concerns for the new refurbished hangar doors at this facility were safety, security, longevity, ease […]

Aviation hangar Refurbishment Success!

Door Engineering along with TBS Industrial Doors was approached to update an existing hangar that our customer purchased. They needed the hangar to meet today’s safety operating standards and current building codes. The customer’s main concern for the new hangar door at this facility was safety, security, longevity, ease of use and simplicity.  Another important factor was that the door […]

NBAA here we come!

Our Aviation sales team is headed down to Orlando for the NBAA (National Business Aviation Association) Convention & Exhibition! This will only be the second year we are exhibiting at the expo, however we had attended for many years prior and it has always been a huge success. Just about any type of company that […]

Hangar Door Project Spotlight: Broome County Airport Hangar Refurbishment

Door Engineering’s Challenge: To convert the existing 4-section, trained bottom rolling, electrically operated hangar door system into an 8-section, bi-parting, electrically operated system without replacing the top tracks or door section framing. Door Engineering and Manufacturing was granted the opportunity to convert the existing 4-section trained bottom rolling, electrically operated hangar door system into an […]