Fabric Structures provides solutions for a range of applications, including salt storage, warehousing, agricultural buildings, and riding arenas, aviation facilities, and recreation buildings.
Tensioned Fabric Structures are used for Government/Public Works such as Post Offices, Parks, Schools, & Recreation, Salt Storage, Waste Recycling, Temporary Fire, Rescue, & EMS Departments, Prisons, Golf Course Shelters, Wash Down Structures, Portable Command Centers.
Architectural tensioned fabric structures are today’s preferred choice whenever a dramatic, unique architectural statement is called for.
Cover What You Value
You need a temporary fabric shelter or building to provide protection from the weather, contain an area, or serve as storage space, but you don’t want to spend the money to construct a conventional building. More importantly, you need it now! A temporary building / temporary shelter may be the perfect alternative.
The basic types of tension structures are cable domes, mast supported, arch supported, radial tent and saddle roofs. The distinction between roof and wall is indistinct. Tension structures can economically span large distances without internal obstructions without the need for any mechanical systems.
Fabric buildings can come with Steel or Aluminum Trusses. All components are either hot-dipped galvanized, anodized structural aluminum or high strength powder coating finishes. Complete fasteners and cable systems are galvanized, stainless or otherwise corrosion resistant to offer decades of maintenance free service.
Tensile fabric and cable mast supported structures are also known as tensile structures. This type of fabric architecture offers innovative forms of construction combined with art and imagination that provide designers and end users a variety of aesthetic free-form canopy, roof and shade sail designs. Tensile membrane structures are most often used as large span roofs as they can economically and attractively span large distances. Steady technological progress has increased the popularity of fabric and membrane roofed structures. The low weight of the materials makes construction much more economical and easier than standard designs, especially when vast open spaces have to be covered.