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Automotive Manufacturing

AGC Automotive
Elizabethtown, Kentucky


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Project Rundown

AGC Automotive needed to store large tooling and equipment at their Elizabethtown, Kentucky, facility. After learning about the capabilities of fabric buildings on a rigid steel frame, they installed one building 160 feet wide by 100.5 feet long. The natural light inside the building also reduced the number of light fixtures installed to the minimum required to meet safety regulations.

Customer Success

“I was pretty surprised and pleased to learn this was an option. I like the steel frame design from Legacy. I think it’s a better product. The steel structure is much more sound, and the life of the fabric and the structure are better.”

Andrew Morley | AGC Automotive

Project Details

  • 160’ x 100.5’ (16,482 square feet)
  • 27 oz. ExxoTec™ Elite fabric (white)
  • Gray primed steel frames
  • Straight 18’ sidewalls
  • Multiple overhead doors installed on endwall
  • 18” overhangs with mesh soffit ventilation
  • Installed by Legacy crews
  • 20 psf roof snow load, 105 mph windspeed, wind exposure C
  • Building use: Cold storage warehouse

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