Fabric Building Information for Municipalities
Cities, counties, states and townships have a history of using fabric buildings for uses including salt and sand storage, wastewater and waste treatment plants, sports centers and vehicle maintenance shelters.
Once installed, Legacy buildings don’t require you to perform maintenance. Your workers can focus on the needs of your constituents and spend less time maintaining the structure.
With a custom length, width, peak height and sidewall clearance, Legacy buildings accommodate any equipment, stored materials or job. Added features such as specialty doors, ventilation or a lean-to makes your building fit for purpose and application.
Fabric buildings are designed for multiple surfaces using almost any foundation. Design-build engineering allows Legacy buildings to be constructed on a steep grade, on any soil or sand. No matter the codes or needs in your area, your building will be customized for maximum efficiency.
Portability is another advantage of fabric buildings, especially on leased land. Your fabric structure can be taken down, shipped and re-erected in another area.
Fabric buildings are available with a clear span design exceeding 300 feet wide. This open space allows for easy maneuvering, maximum storage space and less chance of accidental damage.
Fabric is a completely non-corrosive building material. This makes it the best material for storing corrosives such as salt and fertilizer, and also for withstanding harsh environments.