Case Study

Greg’s Feed & Seed
Bulk Fertilizer Storage Building

12,180 sq ft Tension Fabric Building for Commercial Bulk Fertilizer Storage
South Wayne, Wisconsin

Greg's Feed & Seed - Project Profile

The Rundown

This retail fertilizer storage and distribution structure is attached to an existing steel structure with a sealed flap. The conveyor system distributes product to each storage bin.

Customer Success

“It was a priority to get the new building operating quickly so we could continue our programming. They were totally committed to doing whatever was necessary to support our project.”

Steve Henry | OKC Tennis Center

“Legacy Building Solutions has given Solar Ship more than just a state-of-the-art hangar and assembly building. Through our close collaboration, their design incorporates a self-reliant photovoltaic power package that sits above the fabric roof, allowing our building operations to be entirely off-grid. In addition, Legacy’s foundation design allowed us to re-use an existing concrete pad, saving us time and money during construction. These innovations were part of our top-level requirements, and delivering on them really sets Legacy apart from the traditional building segment.”

Lewis Reford | Solar Ship

Feature Details

  • Building size: 87’ x 140’
  • All framing members are hot dip galvanized
  • Nova-Shield 26-mil polyethylene 15 oz. fabric
  • Trusses engineered to support 350 lbs./lineal foot conveyor weight
  • 16’ x 16’ framed and wrapped doorways on each endwall
  • 10 RV-3000 cfm passive roof ventilation
  • Four 48” x 48” mesh ventilation panels
  • 1.5’ eaves with mesh soffit ventilation
  • 12’ Hansen precast panel bin system delivered and installed
  • Over 2,000 tons fertilizer storage capacity
  • 30 lb. snowload, 90 mph windspeed, exposure C, seismic B, partially enclosed, fully exposed
  • Building use: Commercial bulk fertilizer storage

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