Today the Schweiss Bi-fold 12’x 40’ hangar door was erected and is in the process of being tied into the structure of the Restoration Center. Other work today included completion of the framing for the structure that ties the Restoration Center to the APM storage hangar.
I thought that those planning to attend the AAA/APM Invitational Fly-in might want a visual as to how the Restoration Center lies in relation to the runway so following are a couple of pictures.
The APM Restoration Center at the end of the first week of above grade construction.
Looking N while standing in the center of the Runway at the S end you can see the corner of the main APM hangar on the left edge of the Restoration Center providing for a good line of sight.
Looking S down the runway marker cones on the E side of the runway, adjacent to the wind tee, shows a great line of sight as well as an adequate width of taxiway as it passes by the Restoration Center. Don’t worry we will have all the cones in a nice straight line by the Fly-in!