South Haven, Minn. – Legacy Building Solutions has been listed by Engineering News-Record (ENR) as a Top 600 Specialty Contractor. This is Legacy’s second consecutive year on the list. This year, the company achieved a ranking of 564 and is the only fabric structure manufacturer listed among the top 600.
“To be recognized by ENR is a huge honor,” said Ben Fox, president and CEO of Legacy Building Solutions. “Our goal is to provide the best service for our customers, so to be listed among successful companies with established reputations is more than we ever expected.”
The article accompanying the top 600 listing highlights design-assist construction as a growing trend in the construction industry. Design-assist and design-build contracting are important components in Legacy’s plan to simplify the construction process for customers while providing custom solutions for each individual project.
Engineering News-Record is a weekly publication for the construction industry. The specialty contractors rankings are determined by market revenue data provided by participating firms. More information about ENR and the listings can be found at www.ENR.com.
About Legacy Building Solutions
Legacy Building Solutions designs, manufactures, engineers, and installs large-scale custom fabric structures for a wide range of industries. A pioneer in the use of a rigid steel frame for fabric structures, the company was founded in 2010 by a team with more than a century of expertise in the tension fabric building business.
Headquartered in South Haven, Minnesota, Legacy Building Solutions provides services worldwide. Committed to sustainability and best management practices, the firm has achieved ISO 9001:2015 and CSA-A660 certifications. Learn more at www.LegacyBuildingSolutions.com.
Legacy has also achieved Florida Product Approval. This approval allows Legacy to design and install fabric buildings anywhere in the state. Meeting stringent Florida Product Approval process requirements means that our building system – including the frame, fabric and attachment – have passed rigorous testing standards set by the state of Florida.