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Inside Legacy's Plan to Disrupt the Fabric Structure Industry

 

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Why Fabric Structures for Fertilizer Storage?

As the Ag industry changes, the nature of fertilizer storage has to keep up with the changes. For example, with larger machinery in the fields, crops go in faster and earlier. That changes the fertilizer storage dynamics.

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Dealing with Regulatory Bodies as a Fabric Building Manufacturer

This article from Engineering.com takes look at the regulatory environment for fabric buildings, in particular the need to explain how tension fabric structures meet and exceed the various building codes. 

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Go Long: Are There Practical Limits to Fabric Building Size?

We talk a lot about the width of our tension fabric structures because we can create some impressively wide buildings due to our use of solid steel tapered I-beams. The proven engineering and advanced manufacturing of steel beams that we use allows our designers and installers to build a...

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Set It and Forget It

This article from AviationPros Magazine looks at the low-maintenance side of fabric structures. Significant strides have been made in the technology that drives fabric buildings, and aviation professionals are beginning to realize that. The combination of solid steel beams and PVC industrial...

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Building Value into Sports Facilities

In this article in Civil & Structural Engineer Magazine, the authors look at creating cost effective structures with a different approach to the traditional fabric building. The new generation of fabric structures have solid steel beams for durability and the latest in industrial fabric...

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Current Temperature: Optimistic with a chance of Planning

When you have your headquarters in Central Minnesota, and it’s the coldest part of the winter, one of the first things you do each morning is check the temperature. If you don’t like cold weather, this is an act of pure courage.

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The Whole Nine Yards: Going the Extra Mile for Customers

In the world of fabric, “the whole nine yards” was a phrase that indicated a job was done right. The “proper” suit created by a tailor would use nine yards of fabric, so that was the benchmark for a fine suit.

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Holding Their Own: Article from Civil and Structural Engineering

This article, from our own Eric Donnay, appeared in the January issue of Civil and Structural Engineering Magazine. The article looks at maintenance issues, or lack thereof, with fabric structures. It examines corrosion protection, fabric longevity, performance, environmental concerns and...

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Ten Lessons in Ten Years: A Decade in Review at Legacy Building Solutions

Ten years ago, Legacy started its business with the expressed purpose of revolutionizing the fabric building industry and changing the way fabric structures were designed, manufactured, and installed. Ten years and hundreds of buildings later, we took a look in the rearview mirror to see if we:

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