Fabric buildings are known as a cost-effective method of construction. The rapid installation, customizability, corrosion protection, relocatability and quality of fabric buildings are well established. But when making a capital investment, paying attention to the details can mean paying less...
In this blog series "Answers from the Engineer", our panel of fabric structure experts answers questions from industry insiders submitted during a recent webinar regarding fabric structures. Today’s questions address foundations.
Fabric structures have a faster ROI than steel buildings in commercial and military aviation applications. This advantage means that some of the best airplane hangar designs, cargo processing facilities, shade shelters and LAMS are built with fabric.
In this blog series “Answers from the Engineer", our panel of fabric structure experts will answer questions from engineers and architects submitted during a recent webinar regarding fabric structures. Today’s questions address extreme environment and climate concerns.
Moisture control is a vital function of most buildings. Precipitation can cause permanent damage to stored assets, and it creates a cold, damp and unsafe environment for loading and working. For these reasons, moisture control in buildings is a top priority at Legacy Building Solutions.
Feeding a hungry world requires plenty of fertilizer to prepare the soil, feed the plants and increase the crop yield. When it comes to mixing, storing and distributing bulk fertilizer, there are no better fertilizer storage facilities than the structures from Legacy Building Solutions.
Corrosion is the deterioration of metal caused by the reaction of metal within the environment. Corrosion naturally occurs anywhere metal is in contact with humidity, sea air, chemicals, fertilizers, road salt and more.
Break out of the hoop! Fabric structures by Legacy Building Solutions provide the best environment for cattle. Minimize stress on the herd with a cattle barn that is: