Midsouth Mechanical has over 25 years of experience in the aerospace and defense industries. We are uniquely situated to provide innovative solutions to our clients because we are able to design, engineer, fabricate, assemble, install, test, and commission projects across multiple disciplines. Our team has the capabilities to deliver on large-scale projects while maintaining an agile approach that can meet tight deadlines. With expertise in fluid power systems engineering; electrical power systems engineering; process controls engineering; instrumentation & control design engineering; automation design engineering; 3D CAD modeling & drafting services – Midsouth provides comprehensive services at competitive rates. Contact a project manager today to get your project started!
Aerospace & Defense Experts
Supporting the highly demanding mechanical contracting needs for aerospace and defense
Contact us today!
Experienced Aerospace & Defense Mechanical Contractor
Get assistance quickly by calling a project manager.
We focus on safety, being cost-effective, and high-quality work – every time.
Rigging and Moving Heavy Machinery for Aerospace & Defense Companies
Tasks like rigging and moving heavy machinery often require specialized knowledge, experience, equipment, and coordination. That’s where Midsouth comes in. We offer rigging services for all types of heavy machinery.
Machine rigging is about planning the safest course of action then executing it perfectly on time, every time with safety as our number one priority.
At Midsouth, we start by assessing your rigging needs and determining what task you’re facing: a relocation or an installation? Do you need disassembly, rigging, loading, transportation or assembly? What will you be moving – a single machine or multiple machines? How close to other fixed objects can it get? Will this affect rigging equipment? Our project managers are experienced in all types of Aerospace rigging needs and will guide you through the planning process.
Aerospace Steel Fabrication
Aerospace companies have to adhere to stringent safety regulations, which is why aerospace facilities are designed with specialized equipment and machinery. This means that aerospace buildings require more than just shelter; they also need to provide additional features such as accessibility, security, durability, and cost-effectiveness.
One of the construction methods that aerospace companies are currently choosing is steel structure construction. As a leaner alternative to conventional constructions, it has many benefits over the other types of building construction. Steel structures are constructed using large pieces of steel beams, columns, girders, trusses, and metal plates interconnected by various fittings like nuts and bolts or welding making steel structures strong enough to support significant structural loads or wind pressure.
Steel structure construction is also a popular choice for aerospace companies because it’s customizable and can accommodate different equipment and machinery compatibility requirements. It also comes in a variety of finishes from galvanized steel to stainless steel depending on the design concept. Its panels are flexible enough to be used as shutters or can be easily removed if panels need to be relocated.
Meeting the HVAC Demands of the Aerospace Industry
The aerospace industry is highly demanding. This isn’t surprising because aerospace companies are pushing the envelope on technological advancements with military fighter jets, transport planes, and space shuttles. That’s quite an evolution from Wilbur and Orville Wright’s first flight at Kitty Hawk in 1903! Today aerospace companies rely on high-tech computerized equipment to design aircraft that will fly faster, further, and more effectively than ever before. And they rely on HVAC technology that can operate under extremely tough conditions to ensure the machinery functions as expected. For aerospace HVAC contractors, this means achieving customer comfort while maintaining steady control of airflow across multiple zones of varying temperatures.
Safety is paramount in everything we do.
ISNetworld Member – Midsouth Mechanical has maintained an A rating through ISNetworld since joining in 2012.
Avetta Approved Contractor – Since 2012 Midsouth has maintained A ratings as an Avetta approved contractor.
OSHA Trained – All team members are equipped with OSHA 10 certification. OSHA training is performed in house through our OSHA Certified Trainer.
Midsouth Mechanical clients get results.
Just ask them.
Midsouth Mechanical has consistently met or exceeded our expectations each and every project. The cooperation and collaboration that Midsouth Mechanical brings to the table is greatly appreciated. All projects have been completed in a timely manner with excellent results.
Midsouth Mechanical is very capable in rigging, transporting, and installing machinery of all types. Midsouth Mechanical also installed many other services, such as installing large 10” compressed-air piping loops, underground repairs, design of tooling/processing aids, insulation, many auxiliary items.
Milliken, Project Manager
We utilized Midsouth Mechanical most recently on a large project located in Columbus, Georgia, and they were great to work with from the bidding phase all the way through completed construction. We have found that Midsouth Mechanical’s quality of work to be excellent and their pricing very competitive.
VP, Carlisle General Contracting
Get started today! Tell us more about your project.
We've helped aerospace clients all over the Southeast
Learn more about our mechanical contracting services
Our secret to completing jobs on time is our team's comprehensive mechanical contracting capabilities. Explore them below.