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Taking Stock of your Storage

As the year begins, many have stopped looking at the past year and are looking forward to the approaching year. Storage has been a big theme in 2020, due to the economic climate, and it continues to be important as plans are made for the upcoming year. Of course, having lots of storage is good,...

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Legacy Holiday Gift Guide: Great Gifts for Tough-To-Buy-For Family Members

You’ve all seen those car ads where the parents buy the kid a car for Christmas or the wife buys her spouse the convertible he dreamed of when he was a kid. We are going to go one better. We think the people on your holiday list need a tension fabric structure for Christmas.

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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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Why We use Precast concrete panels for Bulk Storage

Most of our bulk storage customers need walls inside their buildings to organize and separate things such as fertilizer, agricultural commodities, salt and sand. In these cases, we usually advise using precast concrete walls. They give customers better capacity, more flexibility and they allow...

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Fast Frac Sand Storage: A Case Study

When you need to make a decision about frac sand storage, you usually need to make it fast. That doesn’t mean, however, you must take only what you can get. Our tension fabric structures can be customized to your needs and still meet your deadlines.

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Top 3 Reasons Fabric Makes Crop Storage Easier

Agricultural commodities and crops must have safe, efficient storage in order to protect the food chain and bring the best price for farmers and distributors.

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Rigid Frame Fabric Buildings: The Best of Both Worlds

By combining the design flexibility and trusted engineering of a rigid steel frame building with the corrosion resistance, natural light and expedited construction of fabric structures, Legacy buildings are ideal for storing bulk corrosive material, including fertilizer.

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Factors That Determine Storage Building Needs--Infographic

Get the most from your bulk storage facility by building to the right dimensions.

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Fabric Liners: The Best Way to Prevent Corrosion in Storage Buildings

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.

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Expedited Construction for Frac Sand Storage: A Case Study

Being first to market is one way to establish industry dominance – especially an industry that moves as quickly as fracking. But being first isn’t enough. If you are first and unprepared, it’s easy for competitors to take your market share. The key is to be the first and the best prepared.

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