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Benefits of Design-Build for Smaller Projects

Design-build management is becoming increasingly popular for large projects, including government, road and infrastructure expansions. The simplified timelines and lower cost associated with design-build save potentially millions of dollars on these large projects. But even projects with smaller...

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Design-Assist Fabric Buildings for Increasing Bulk Storage Capacity

Fabric structures have many natural advantages for agricultural storage: a temperate environment with passive ventilation, clearspan storage space, an inability to corrode. The added design flexibility of a rigid steel frame increases options for blend bays and transloading equipment.

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Fabric Buildings for Fertilizer Storage and Blending

Modern farming practices require using fertilizer to condition the soil. Storing and blending fertilizers and fertilizer chemicals such as urea, MAP, DAP, MEZ, ESN, nitrogen, phosphate, potash, sulfur, zinc and YaraVera requires specialty equipment and structures. Fabric structures are ideal for...

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Benefits of Potash Storage in Fabric Buildings

One of Canada’s most important mining exports is potash – a blend of salts found deep below the ground. Canadian mining companies -- especially in Saskatchewan and New Brunswick -- are the world’s largest producers of potash.

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Fertilizer Storage - Fabric vs. Steel and Wood Structures

You are what you eat! Food is vital to humanity - and fertilizer is vital to growing the world's food. Keeping a ready supply of fertilizer on hand requires a space to store it.

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Five Advantages of Fabric Storage Buildings

Have you ever considered using fabric storage buildings to store your company's products? There are many advantages that fabric structures offer over brick-and-mortar edifices, including ease of construction and the fact that they are energy efficient. Below are five advantages of fabric storage...

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Flat Grain Storage Building Solutions

Fabric Buildings are Cost-Effective and Highly Protective

Fabric structures can be a great choice for flat grain storage purposes. They are less expensive and easier to install than buildings made of more traditional materials such as steel, provide superior protection for the grain, and they...

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