Hensel Phelps Takes Flight!
Adopts Museum as Community Service Project
- The Museum’s Coca Cola Café, popular with our birthday party guests, has a beautiful new facelift:
with newly painted walls; decorative decals that include the Museum’s branded “paper airplanes in flight;” new base boards; and new furniture
- The corridor leading to Southwest Airlines exhibit has fresh paint.
- The Museum’s 36R/18L Runway has been repainted:
This “runway” located in the Museum’s corridor parallels a runway that was located at Love Field Airport, although it no longer exists.
- The classrooms have new lighting.
- The Museum’s parking lot has been restriped.
“With all the work we have done in the DFW area, what better way to give back than helping a nonprofit museum dedicated to preserving and teaching about the history and future of the aviation industry. With the new updates made possible by our team, this museum will continue to house the future generations of the Dallas Community.”
Area Superintendent, Construction Group