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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.
Legacy white papers share the advantages of fabric structures in a variety of applications. All white papers are free and available for reading online or printing. Visit this page often for an updated list of white papers.
Fabric structures encompass a variety of building types – ranging from simple weekend projects to permanent, engineered industrial buildings. Before investing in a fabric structure, it’s critical to understand the design factors that will determine the structure’s longevity and lifecycle cost.
Current economic conditions have created an urgent demand for high-quality industrial structures. Naturally these buildings should make sense economically, but to truly meet users’ needs, they should also be durable, adjustable and fast to construct. Get more information in the white paper.
In the past, it would have been unusual to talk about fabric-covered structures and conventional buildings in the same sentence. The stark differences in materials, construction methods and common uses of the buildings themselves made for a truly “apples and oranges” comparison. Now, fabric structure technology has evolved to compete with, and in many cases surpass, traditional construction. Learn more in this white paper.
With continuous improvements in performance, safety and speed of erection, fabric buildings are increasingly on the short-list of preferred building types. Fabric buildings adhere to the same engineering guidelines as other types of structures, and they have advantages that can’t be matched with steel or wood buildings. Download to learn more.
Corrosion is the deterioration of metal caused by the reaction of metal with the environment. The word “corrode” literally means “to gnaw to pieces.” Corrosion occurs in all industries and is caused by humidity, sea air, chemicals, fertilizers, road salt and more. Corrosion significantly increases maintenance costs and shortens the lifespan of industrial buildings. Read the white paper to learn more.