One of the advantages of fabric buildings is increased energy efficiency. It is well-known that the natural light that comes in through the walls and ceiling allows for significant savings on lighting costs inside the building.
It’s often said that practice makes perfect. And while it may be a stretch to say practice makes perfect, it’s true that practice makes better.
When storing bulk materials, including road salt, frac sand, fertilizer or agricultural commodities, there are two primary storage methods: horizontal (covered or uncovered) and vertical (silos, bins).
Extreme cold rarely grabs headlines, but it is a persistent problem in many parts of the world. Buildings are often constructed to provide protection from cold weather and snow.
Most industries do not leave their important assets out in the elements. Rain, snow, UV rays, hail and other elements damage metal, plastic and upholstery – often this damage is permanent and causes significant financial and time loss.
In this blog series “Answers from the Engineer”, our panel of fabric structure experts answers questions from industry insiders submitted during recent webinars. Today’s questions relate to our exclusive ExxoTec™ fabric.
Aviation buildings by Legacy Building Solutions combine the benefits of fabric – including natural light, NFPA 409 compliance, expedited construction, longer life cycle and reduced maintenance costs – with the proven strength of a rigid steel frame.
Legacy Building Solutions has achieved Florida Product Approval. This approval allows Legacy to design and install fabric buildings anywhere in the state.
Time is money, and that’s especially true in the fast-moving mining industry. Speed and efficiency are the critical differences between turning a profit and simply turning your wheels.