An average of 65 workers a day looked like ants removing 30,382 panels from the massive hangar, pressure washing the frame and coating it with silver paint. The cost of the project increased from $26 million to $28.1 million because of unforeseen conditions, additional cleaning and preparation of the door mechanisms and the salvage of historical items for the hangar's owner, NASA, wrote the Navy's Scott Anderson in an email.
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