Celebrating National Aviation Week With Georgetown County Airport

GEORGETOWN, S.C., Aug. 8, 2018Coastal Structures, a leading commercial and industrial construction firm serving the South Carolina Lowcountry, is excited to participate in the Georgetown County’s biggest National Aviation Week celebration at the Georgetown County Airport on August 24 and 25.

From World War II era planes to cutting edge business and modern military aircraft, the Georgetown Airport will be the place to see them all. The airport will also be sight of Young Eagle Flights that weekend, where children (8-18) can experience their first plane ride, free of charge, on a first come basis with proper paperwork submitted in advance. For teens and adults 14 and up, they can actually have their first piloting experience, taking an introductory flying lesson from Seven Rivers Aviation for $99. There will also be seminars for pilots, fire truck rides for kids, and a festival environment with food and lots of fun. Admission will be free. Be sure to follow the Georgetown County Airport on Facebook for more details.

Coastal Structures is proud to celebrate Aviation Week with Georgetown County Airport, and has played a large role in the growth of the airport with the construction of the terminal building as well as two hangars.

Complete in 2008, the Georgetown Airport Terminal is known as the ‘gateway to Georgetown County’. Designed by Mozingo & Wallace Architects of Myrtle Beach, the terminal features two floors with a Lowcountry style. The 8,500 square foot building has a large lobby for the comfort of visitors and passengers, a Pilot’s lounge with full bath, a large meeting room that can host up to 50 people, and three additional classrooms and meeting rooms. Coastal Structures also completed the 6,400 square foot Peterson Hangar in May 2017 and the Corporate Hangar in March 2018.

“We are proud to be a part of the construction and expansion of the Georgetown County Airport over the years, and it’s our pleasure to participate in National Aviation Week event,” said Harby Moses, president of Coastal Structures. “This is going to be a wonderful community event that the whole family will enjoy with inspiring displays, festival activities, and even chances to get in the air! We encourage everyone to come out and celebrate with us.”

About Coastal Structures

A leading commercial and industrial construction firm, Coastal Structures has served the Lowcountry of South Carolina for over 25 years. The company offers a full range of construction services and delivery methods. The Coastal Structures team, most with more than a decade working together, is known throughout the Lowcountry for its attention to detail and cost management.

Specializing in turnkey construction with an emphasis on the commercial, healthcare and industrial sectors, Coastal Structures has developed an unmatched reputation for providing quality construction services. Healthcare projects range from new medical office buildings to extensive renovation projects in large medical facilities.

For more information visit CoastalStructures.com and follow Coastal Structures on Facebook and Linkedin for updates.


For more information, contact:

Emily Trogdon, etrogdon@thebrandonagency.com, (843) 916-2000

Jake Freedman, jfreedman@thebrandonagency.com, (843) 916-2000

Posted on August 10, 2018 in News

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