Society has long demonized cold storage warehouses. Pop culture depicts them as perfect grounds for mob gunplay, torture, and good, old-fashioned movies — but the truth is far from such exaggerated imagery. The fact of the matter is, we rely on cold storage every day to keep our food refrigerated and safe to consume.
The United States has experienced a dramatic shift in the oil and gas industries recently because of more friendly domestic policies that encourage the American production of such commodities. Thanks to these more lenient policies, the oil and gas industries in the country have experienced tremendous growth both financially and on a physical scale.
Industry in the United States is booming as the economy continues to expand and grow. With more industrial projects taking place within America, the demand for facilities to accommodate them is extraordinarily high. Part of this demand is due to the need for buildings capable of facilitating industrial projects and specific tasks that require customized space.
Aircraft are marvels of human engineering and ingenuity. It is truly remarkable the level of innovation present in aircraft, especially considering their relatively short history. As incredible feats of human engineering, aircraft come with a high price tag and a demand for proper storage and maintenance.
The challenge this creates is one of space. While the building required to house aircraft must be large, the true obstacle involved access to said building. After all, wings are wide!