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Legacy Building Solutions combines decades of experience with an uncompromising vision for innovation to provide the very best technology the tension fabric building industry has to offer.
Register for this webinar to learn how modern technology has revolutionized tension fabric structures and how these buildings are customized to meet any specifications.
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This webinar covers the latest technology in fabric structure construction, including frame types, foundation options and attachment systems, as well as available architectural features and their benefits.
Hosted by engineering.com.
How have fabric structures evolved over the years? What architectural elements and building features are available? This online course demonstrates the history, capabilities and advantages of modern tension fabric structures.
This course is a presentation designed to earn you 1.00 AIA/CES Learning Unit.
Hosted by Hanley Wood University.
In this webinar session you will learn:
This webcast draws on decades of engineering and design experience by engineers, project managers, installers, CEOs and end-users. If the building selection criteria lead you or your client to a fabric structure, the educational information presented in this session can provide you with critical knowledge toward making a sound purchase decision.
Corrosion – caused by humidity, sea air, chemicals, fertilizers, road salt and more – significantly increases maintenance costs and shortens the lifespan of industrial buildings. But a new generation of tension fabric structures is changing that, particularly those constructed with a rigid steel frame design.
Given the current volatility of today’s markets, now more than ever industrial structures in the mining industry must be economical, durable, adaptable and fast to construct.
Fabric structures have evolved into versatile buildings featuring the tried-and-true engineering principles of conventional construction. They may be design-built to meet project specifications, providing the same flexibility and capabilities as other building types.
Hosted by Engineering News Record