Case Studies Studies in continually exceeding expectations

Aviation

Designing and installing aviation fueling systems is one of our specialties. With in-house staff who have been directly involved with the invention and manufacturing of specialized fueling system components used by industry over the past 40 years, we have unique capabilities in this area.

Well versed in the requirements of working in municipal and international airport locations coupled with our familiarity and experience with the specialized equipment and safety precautions required in this arena, MJK stands as one of the few contractors in the area capable of undertaking these projects. In addition , our experience with aviation support services such a car rental facilities on adjacent properties positions MJK as a single source solution to many of the aviation industry’s needs.

Case Study: Toyota Airflite

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Project: In a proactive stewardship of environmental issues, the client desired to replace existing piping. Facility use changes required a redesign of fuel system controls, and addition of supply piping to feed an adjacent Boeing aircraft test facility.

Challenge: Modifications to existing systems can oftentimes create a greater challenge than a complete rebuild. However, if effectively implemented, properly designed modifications to systems usually represent a significant cost savings to the owner. The goal was to maintain as much of the existing equipment and installation yet greatly expand the system capabilities and incorporate updated materials and methods to meet current regulatory requirements.

MJK Solution: Working with site personnel, MJK identified the unique needs desired for the site, and designed a system which not only exceeded expectations, but priced out well within the client’s budget. Expansion of this system created a relationship for our client with a neighboring business, advancing our clients business, met current regulatory requirements, and provided a system which enables our client greater control and management of their fuel supplies.