Fabric Buildings for State and Municipal Agencies—It’s All About The Taxpayers
Legacy has years of experience with state agencies and municipalities building salt and sand storage projects, fire halls, public works structures, and wastewater/biosolid pavilions. The durability and economics of our tension fabric structures will give your department, and the taxpayers, reason enough to consider building with us. Because we have worked with so many governmental and educational organizations over the years, we have learned a lot about the challenges you face. You won’t have to spend a lot of time educating us about how you finance, bid and complete projects. We get it.
Whether you have a complete building spec or just an idea in mind, our team will lead you through the design process with expertise and efficiency.
Our in-house engineering team leads the charge on creative solutions that benefit all project stakeholders—namely you.
Legacy is an end-to-end manufacturer, meaning your project will be built right on site in our 87,000 sq ft facility in St. Cloud, MN.
Now to the good stuff. Your installation benefits from our safe, effective process in one of two ways—your Legacy rep onsite with local crews or full install services.
City of Davenport
21,000 sq ft Bus Storage Building | Davenport, IA
Keeping diesel busses warm in the winter isn’t just nice, it’s a necessity. This bus garage does the job with R-25 insulation and a great design.View Case Study
Basin Electric Power Cooperative Bottom Ash Dewatering Facility
52,800 sq ft Coal-Fired Energy Plant Processing Remediation Building | Stanton, ND
Constructed over the top of an existing waste water facility, the structure protects equipment that is dewatering ash from a power plant. Ventilation was key for this operation, and the system installed did six interior air replacements per hour.View Case Study
Bethel Park Reserve Road Salt Storage
11,700 sq ft of Reserve Road Salt Storage
Adhering to state regulations, the city of Bethel Park added an permanent fabric structure for road salt storage. The custom building was designed and installed within a tight timeline and on a difficult site.View Case Study
Max Rhoads Wastewater Settling Tank Cover
15, 232 sq ft Wastewater Settling Tank Cover
After considering options for a building that met the corrosion-resistance criteria and could be erected over settling tanks already in place, RWRA chose Legacy Building Solutions as their basis of design for a wastewater cover.View Case Study
Chillicothe Correctional Institution WWT & Dewatering Structure
6,550 sq ft Wastewater Treatment Dewatering Structure
Attached to a traditional brick building, this building protects a waste water and biosolid processing facility. Our frames support a conveyor system and passive ventilation controls the building’s humidity.View Case Study
Public Works Road Salt Storage Building
7,200 sq ft Road Salt Storage Building | Watford City, ND
Salt storage is notoriously corrosive, so our solid steel frames are protected by both our fabric walls and hot-dipped galvanizing. Precast concrete walls on the interior help with salt storage, loading and unloading.View Case Study
SMM Scrap Metal Recycling
21,975 sq ft Material Separation and Storage
While the state regulations called for a three-sided structure with a roof, the finished building has all four walls enclosed. Framed doorways along the sidewall give the option of fully enclosing the building if needed to adhere with future requirements.View Case Study
Lee County Ash Monofill and Compost Facility
19,440 sq ft Ash Monofill & Compost Facility
Lee County, Florida uses three corrosion resistant fabric structures for municipal compost drying.View Case Study
Highland WRF Covered Sludge Storage
20,400 sq ft Tension Fabric Structure for Covered BioSolid Storage
A custom tension fabric building gave the city of Highland extra capacity and the ability to handle biosolids more effectively.View Case Study
Montgomery County Salt
18,400 sq ft Municipal Salt Storage
Legacy designed, engineered, manufactured and installed a municipal salt storage facility in Gaithersburg, Maryland for Montgomery County. The structure features a 21-ft poured wall foundation to keep the salt contained, as well as Legacy's exclusive EpoxxiShield™ COR Pro steel finishing, which helps to protect the building's frames from the corrosive salt.View Case Study
Protecting this equipment helps it run more efficiently.
We didn’t have any experience with fabric buildings, but they were a cost-effective solution for our needs. Protecting this equipment helps it run more efficiently. So far the building is doing the job of providing protection for the new equipment.
The set up was ideal.
With this Legacy design, we were able to save money and space by integrating a wash bay into the storage structure. The setup we use is also ideal for eliminating environmental concerns, since all the salt-laden water is contained instead of running off.
It seemed to be the perfect solution.
The building needed to be as salt resistant as possible. Legacy had a solid steel frame as opposed to tubular steel – it seemed to be the perfect solution.
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