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Tension Fabric Pavilions: Sometimes Your Building Needs to Breathe

When you are in the market for a structure, you may not need the whole shebang—an insulated, enclosed space with HVAC and windows, doors, etc. You may only need some shelter from the elements, and that’s why we design a lot of tension fabric pavilions for customers.

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A Clean Design Slate

This article from Waste Advantage Magazine examines the facets and features of fabric buildings for waste facilities. Written by our own Matt VanScoyoc, it looks at the longevity and practicality of designing tension fabric structures with solid steel, PVC fabrics and proven engineering. Read...

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The Whole Nine Yards: Going the Extra Mile for Customers

In the world of fabric, “the whole nine yards” was a phrase that indicated a job was done right. The “proper” suit created by a tailor would use nine yards of fabric, so that was the benchmark for a fine suit.

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End Walls are Different

In this three-part series, we are breaking down the structural integrity of tension fabric buildings. Part one took us through structural frames v. open web trusses and part two highlighted the Legacy difference when it comes to fabric panels vs. monocovers. The final installment of our blog...

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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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Protecting Compost From the Elements with Fabric

Compost thrives in a controlled environment. Organic materials that are too dry or too wet will not break down, causing slower production and potentially a host of other problems.

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Harnessing the Sun’s Power: Visible Light In, UV Rays Out

The sun’s rays are used to grow plants, and can even serve as a sustainable source of energy. But the ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun can also cause damage. In addition to the well-documented effects of UV rays on skin, UV rays are known to propagate unwanted plant life, and cause plastic,...

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Top 4 Benefits of Legacy Buildings for Wastewater Treatment Plants

While most people don’t want to think about it, wastewater treatment is an important part of maintaining our quality of life. A wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) that requires less maintenance while improving efficiency has an important role to play in any community. Non-corrosive fabric...

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Design Factors that Decrease Odor in Waste Processing Facilities

While recycling and waste processing facilities (WPF) are a necessary aspect of modern life – after all, most people don’t want to deal with garbage after it’s brought to the curb — there is one main reason the facility may not be welcomed by the neighborhood: the smell factor. For this reason,...

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Fabric Buildings for Remediation

Fabric structures have a long history in waste and recycling processing. With the growing need for environmental and nuclear remediation, fabric buildings are quickly becoming popular remediation structures.

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