EVERETT — The Boeing Co. is constructing two new buildings at Paine Field.
An approximately 115,000-square-foot building is going up near the Everett Delivery Center and the flight line for Boeing’s Everett plant.
That building, which will be known as 45-12, will support general manufacturing and pre-delivery work for commercial airplanes, according to Paul Bergman, a company spokesman.
“Construction is on track” to finish by the first quarter of 2016, Bergman said. The building will accommodate about 100 employees.
A new hangar, meanwhile, is going up on Paine Field’s south end at Boeing’s Everett Modification Center, which has been largely used for doing pre-delivery work on 787 Dreamliners.
The new 45-335 building will be 39,758-square-feet, according to permit records.
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