TAG: ClearSpan

ClearSpan: Commodity HD building

November 8, 2016By

ClearSpan’s new Commodity HD building features an open side that simplifies bulk and aggregate storage. The new design is ideal for municipalities, bulk supply, landscaping and more, due to the open side that provides easy access for multiple vehicles. The structure is also built to withstand corrosive environments, making it a perfect solution for salt and mulch storage. The frame... read more

ClearSpan: Low Profile Building

June 2, 2016By

ClearSpan Fabric Structures released their new product addition, the Low Profile Building. The new structure features short sidewalls, so customers have the option to create a structure that is as tall or short as needed. The Low Profile Building is designed to be built on blocks, foundations, containers, helical piers or posts of any height, ensuring that the building’s clearance... read more

ClearSpan: Pavilion Building

May 11, 2016By

ClearSpan’s new Pavilion Building features no end walls or sidewalls, creating a covered, outdoor atmosphere that can be used for soil, mulch and equipment storage. The Pavilion Building is covered by ClearSpan’s renowned 12.5 oz., 24 mil rip-stop polyethylene. The covers allow natural light to filter through, creating a pleasant working environment. The building is outfitted with frames constructed from... read more

ClearSpan Fabric Structures

November 20, 2015By

ClearSpan Hercules Truss Arch Buildings are the ideal design-build solution for landscaping equipment, mulch and woodchip storage, construction sites, sand and salt storage and more. Hercules Truss Arch Buildings feature abundant natural light, decreasing the need for artificial lighting and reducing energy costs. With no internal support posts and high clearances, these buildings boast spacious interiors perfect for maneuvering forklifts,... read more

ClearSpan Fabric Structures

October 9, 2015By

ClearSpan Hercules Truss Arch Buildings are the ideal design-build solution for landscaping equipment, mulch and woodchip storage, construction sites, sand and salt storage and more. Hercules Truss Arch Buildings feature abundant natural light, decreasing the need for artificial lighting and reducing energy costs. With no internal support posts and high clearances, these buildings boast spacious interiors perfect for maneuvering forklifts,... read more

ClearSpan Shawnee Case Study

September 1, 2015By

Before their new ClearSpan structure was erected, Shawnee Public Works used smaller structures located throughout the county, but had limited storage capacity in each of those smaller structures. Tom Flanagan, director of the Shawnee County Public Works Department, chose to construct one large 54-ft. wide by 100-ft. long ClearSpan fabric structure capable of storing approximately 2,000 tons of road salt.... read more