"We're very happy about it," said Curtis Tomlinson, president of ASFI, which is leasing the former Metal Industries plant.
"This couldn't have happened at a better time," Tomlinson
said Monday, referring to the moribund economy.
"This is a big ticket item, so it ensures that we'll be busy for the next year."
The contract has created about 10 new jobs, Tomlinson
would not disclose specifics but said each hangar sells for "millions."