The Heritage Flight museum was founded in 1996 by Apollo 8 astronaut Major General William Anders and his wife Valerie and started with two flying aircraft. The new facility is the former hangar of the Via Jet, which was improved for disability access and an expected large number of visitors.
Phase 1 of the project included an addition to the existing 24,800 sf flight museum on Lot #16 for airplane hangar use and museum building expansion. Phase 2 included the construction of two separate airplane hangars to be located on Lot #9 and Lot #15 of the Skagit Regional Airport Binding Site Plan.
General Contractor: Chad Fisher Construction
Subcontract Amount: $172,650.00
Size: 20,000 sf
- Exterior Metal Framing
- Thermal Insulation
- Interior GWB
- Acoustic Ceilings