Installing Fabric Buildings Half a World Away
This article focuses on the operational challenges of installing tension fabric structures all over the world, even during a pandemic. It examines a project in Guam--a military hangar--that is designed to withstand 195 mph winds. It also looks at a project for U.S. Steel that has a very high peak and sidewalls. General Manager, Nathan Stobbe, explains how Legacy has worked through the pandemic and the specific operational solutions the company implemented. The company combines its custom designs with its own manufacturing facility and its own install teams to iron out all the logistics of delivering a complete fabric structure anywhere—from the Andes Mountains to Northern Alberta to Spain.
Read the full article at Engineering.com