Case Study

Biomethane Production Waste-To-Energy
Office & Processing Building

19,200 sq ft Tension Fabric Biomethane Production Building
Junction City, Oregon

Junction County - Waste Processing - Tension Fabric Building

The Rundown

This biomethane production facility has a tall peak height to allow tipping trucks inside, and a tightly sealed building envelope to contain odors. Clearspan floor space leaves plenty of room to pile food waste for use.

Customer Success

“The whole engineering phase with Legacy was excellent. They were very responsive to our ideas and turned things around very quickly. Even the installation was fast—the whole building was erected in about seven days.

The fabric roof allows a lot of natural light into the building, which is a big advantage on the operations floor, since it reduces our need for artificial lighting inside. It provides significant sheltering from rain, wind and cold. Even though we didn’t have it insulated, it’s still noticeably more comfortable inside during the winter. The structure actually provides more of a shading and cooling effect.

The Legacy building has performed at or above expectations in many ways. And on top of its functionality within our process, it offers environmentally friendly features in its own right. It’s a great system for our application.”

Dean Foor | JC Biomethane

Feature Details

  • Building size: 120 feet x 160 feet with 25-foot sidewall clearance
  • Ventilation provided by doors and mesh vents
  • Frames and purlins will support equipment
  • All building steel, components and hardware are hot dip galvanized
  • Designed to carry an integrated fire suppression system
  • Sidewalls and framing built for future windows
  • Building use: Office and waste processing space

Request Information

Learn more about our extensive capabilities by filling out our form!

Request Information

Get In Touch