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Military: Legacy, a strong leader in fabric buildings

The need to plan ahead is continuous, even in the midst of a crisis. In fact, a crisis quickly reveals how well we have planned. If you are in a planning period right now, and thinking about your infrastructure, consider Legacy Building Solutions for your next building.

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Dry Bulk Magazine: 5 Storage Challenges

Our own Paul Smith published an article in Dry Bulk Magazine in March. In it he examines five storage challenges in the dry bulk industry and how a tension fabric building can address those issues. Specifically he looks at speed of construction, loading and unloading, indoor versus outdoor,...

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Waste Advantage Magazine

Our own Matt Vanscoyoc was published in the April issue of Waste Advantage Magazine (pages 60-65) in an article titled Composting Biosolids in Florida. It features a great team effort involving TLC Diversified, CDM Smith, Legacy and a proprietary composting method from Harvest Quest. Legacy...

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How to Start Your Next Athletic Facility

It’s time to start planning your next athletic facility, and there are some things you should consider. We at Legacy have been building a lot of athletic complexes lately and there are a lot more on the books. Often we wish we were in the first meeting to be a part of the initial discussions....

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Three Design Criteria for Your Equestrian Arena

While Legacy builds our tension fabric structures for a lot of industries, people in the equestrian world really appreciate the beauty of what we can do. Those who “get” horses also get what we do: building clean, bright, majestic structures for equestrian arenas and complexes.

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We Don’t Use the T Word Very Often

When we talk to people about what we do, they sometimes think we do something else. They think we build The T Word.

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Construction Canada Magazine

Our own Randy Ludwar and Nathan Stobbe wrote this article for Construction Canada Magazine (digital edition). It’s titled “New Designs Have Elevated Fabric Buildings” and it looks at the advances in fabric structures especially as they relate to the needs of municipalities, universities, schools...

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Strong buildings need strong foundations

There are a lot of clichés out there about foundations, but they all agree on one thing: it’s best to have a good, strong one. It is, after all, where all great buildings start, and you want to start off on the right foot, or in this case, footings.

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What We Hang From our Customers Ceilings

One of the benefits we often mention when we are talking about tension fabric structures is the strength of our solid steel frames. That’s important because a lot of our clients like to hang stuff from the ceilings of our structures, and our beams can be engineered to take the load (and then...

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Are Tension Fabric Structures Permanent or Temporary?

We get this question a lot, and we don’t mind it too much, because a lot of people simply assume our buildings are temporary and never bother to ask. People naturally assume that a structure with a fabric exterior is de facto temporary but that is not the case. In fact, most our of buildings are...

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