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Rigid Frame Structures vs Air Supported Structures: The Ultimate Showdown

Air-supported fabric structures – also known as sports domes or sports bubbles – are a tempting solution for indoor sports arenas. Bubbles are available with a large free span area and with a lower price than traditional sports arenas.

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Building Value into Sports Facilities

In this article in Civil & Structural Engineer Magazine, the authors look at creating cost effective structures with a different approach to the traditional fabric building. The new generation of fabric structures have solid steel beams for durability and the latest in industrial fabric...

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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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This year: More tension, less stress

After all the memes about self care and gratitude have cleared, you have the rest of the year to figure out what you are going to do. If you need a new building in 2020, we have five ways we can reduce your anxiety by adding tension.

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Natural Light has Several Advantages in Fabric Buildings

One advantage of fabric buildings is that the fabric cladding has natural translucency, allowing sunlight to flood into your structure. Using natural light has several advantages in fabric buildings over trying to brighten a dark building with artificial lighting.

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