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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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Waste Advantage Magazine

Our own Matt Vanscoyoc was published in the April issue of Waste Advantage Magazine (pages 60-65) in an article titled Composting Biosolids in Florida. It features a great team effort involving TLC Diversified, CDM Smith, Legacy and a proprietary composting method from Harvest Quest. Legacy...

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Construction Canada Magazine

Our own Randy Ludwar and Nathan Stobbe wrote this article for Construction Canada Magazine (digital edition). It’s titled “New Designs Have Elevated Fabric Buildings” and it looks at the advances in fabric structures especially as they relate to the needs of municipalities, universities, schools...

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Are Tension Fabric Structures Permanent or Temporary?

We get this question a lot, and we don’t mind it too much, because a lot of people simply assume our buildings are temporary and never bother to ask. People naturally assume that a structure with a fabric exterior is de facto temporary but that is not the case. In fact, most our of buildings are...

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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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We Love Steel

We are often confronted by customers who are trying to choose between our tension fabric buildings and steel buildings. Let’s get one thing straight: we love steel.

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Fabric Buildings Resist Rust

Corrosion will inevitably damage metal - making metal buildings unsightly and unsafe, and in some cases even causing building failure.

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Fabric Buildings Are Nearly Maintenance-Free

One big advantage of fabric buildings is that they require very little maintenance. Many naturally occurring properties of fabric contribute to the need for little maintenance.

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The Most Distinct Feature of a Fabric Building: The Fabric

Legacy's fabric buildings share many similarities with other pre-engineered buildings, including a rigid steel frame and custom engineering. The primary difference? The fabric!

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