Case Study

Tulsa Port Of Catoosa Cold Storage Building

49,500 sq ft. Tension Fabric Building for Cold Steel Storage
Tulsa Port of Catoosa, OK

Port of Tulsa Storage

The Rundown

Inside this fabric warehouse building, natural light reaches into every corner. Clearspan space is open for steel components and heavy equipment. And a passive ventilation system keeps everything dry and cool.

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: 165×300
  • Tan, blue and white flame-retardant fabric
  • 22×3 awning over steel door
  • 20×20 rolling steel door
  • 5×3 awnings over personnel doors
  • 1200 lb fan installed in one endwall
  • 18” eave extensions with black mesh soffits for ventilation
  • 20 lb snow load, 90 mph windspeed
  • Building use: Cold steel storage

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