Fabric buildings have a long relationship with the military – often used as rapid deployment temporary structures.
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.
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.
Sustainability and alternative energy are trendy buzzwords. Beyond corporate social responsibility, some industries and locations are unable to cost-effectively utilize the traditional power grid. The infrastructure for these off-the-grid operations must be rugged and energy efficient to fully...
Best Supporting Role: Legacy Building Solutions’ Rigid Steel Frame Enables Roof-Mounted Solar Panels
Adaptable and resilient, Legacy Building Solutions’ custom-engineered structure is key element in award-winning design
Edmonton, AB – Legacy Building Solutions is proud to announce the Solar Ship Brantford off-grid hangar, a joint venture with Canadian Energy and Solar Ship Inc., has been...
The size of a building is typically expressed with two numbers, representing the width and length of the building. Less often noted is the height of the structure – but for some applications, both the eave height and the peak height are critically important.
Hybrid fabric-steel structure from Legacy is a multi-purpose facility for aviation, military and other industry uses.
The combination of light, bright interiors and engineered steel frames often make Legacy's tension fabric buildings the preferred solution for aircraft applications, including hangars, MRO facilities, cargo buildings and manufacturing plants. There are several additional features of fabric...