SAS MAKES MOVING DAY A BREEZE
Our team recently moved a heavy maintenance nose dock and set of wing stands from United Airlines SFO (San Francisco) to United Airlines IAH (Houston).
When these stands were originally put into service at SFO, local contractors had also installed full air and electric utilities. The utilities posed a great challenge because we needed to keep the items intact so they could be re-used at IAH. Doing so would save United the cost of fully replacing all systems. Houston was also on a tight timeline to have the stands in place by Feb. 10 for their first schedule heavy maintenance checks.
SAS assessed the project and provided work timelines, freight requirements and costing. Ultimately, we were awarded the job the second week of December and finished the install the first full week of February, ahead of schedule! That extra time allowed United to perform other in-house utility connections before going live with work on February 10.
Thanks to all our crew for a fantastic job.
HERE’S HOW OUR CUSTOMER FEELS
“I wanted to let you know how appreciative United is of your work. From the start of this grand project with our first call, to the end of the build, you and your team have beaten expectations. This was an overwhelming project for us, but you and your guys made it look simple. It was a pleasure working with you and SAS.”
IAH Maintenance Supervisor United Airlines