A recent 30’x40’ Structure that was erected in northern Alberta is the perfect size to store equipment and parts. Measuring at 15’ high on center this structure can easily house redi-racking and still leave room for a standard size forklift to operate. This cost-effective addition to the business keeps equipment out of the elements increasing longevity and ease of use during the winter months. The 30’ wide structure is very popular amongst individuals and businesses needing extra storage. The single truss design is an excellent value for all storage requirements.
FastCover Fabric Structures exhibit versatility, stemming from a blend of design features and material properties that enable adaptability across diverse applications. Although FastCovers do not require a foundation, customers have a variety of foundation options to choose from including concrete blocks, concrete pads, footings, pony walls, screw anchors and the use of shipping containers.
As the colder weather of the winter season rolls in, we have seen in increased demand for outdoor covered event centers. One recent project of ours was to create an outdoor hockey rink shelter. For this 80’W x 130’ L structure we terminated the fabric 8’ above the ground allowing attendees to easily enter and exit and building from any side.
When it comes to industrial storage, maximizing efficiency and space is a top priority for businesses. Traditional brick-and-mortar structures often have limitations, such as high construction costs, lengthy installation times, and inflexible designs. However, there is a solution that offers versatility, cost-effectiveness, and rapid construction: fabric buildings. In this article, we will explore the advantages of fabric buildings for industrial storage, discuss how to choose the right one and provide maintenance tips to ensure their longevity.
Fabric buildings can be beneficial to the mining industry in reducing their carbon footprint by providing a sustainable and eco-friendly alternative to traditional mining structures. For example, fabric structures can be used as an alternative to permanent mining structures, such as storage facilities, workshops, or offices.
If you’re contemplating investing in a coverall building or fabric structure, you’re likely wondering about the associated costs and the advantages over traditional construction. At FastCover, we’re leaders in fabric structure production, and we want to share some valuable insights into the true value of these sheds. Let’s delve deeper into what makes these buildings cost-effective and efficient.
The mining industry is tough, but it also requires a great deal of innovation to keep up with the changing needs. With harsh weather conditions and hard-to-reach places, there are plenty of challenges for mine managers, from setting up office space in an abandoned shaft to getting heavy machinery down access holes before they’re frozen solid.
A more cost-effective way would be erecting structures such as portable fabric buildings, which can be easily broken down when not needed (saving money). Building a traditional structure can be another operation nightmare, and this is where fabric buildings come in. They offer several advantages over traditional structures regarding storage, warehousing or temporary office spaces for mining operations.
Farmers have a lot of responsibilities. They need to ensure that their crops are healthy and that the animals they raise are well taken care of. One of the challenges that farmers face is finding the right shelter for their animals and crops. Traditional farm equipment storage buildings can be expensive and difficult to construct, especially if you are working with limited space. Fabric buildings offer an affordable and practical solution for farmers who need a quick and easy way to create shelter for their animals or crops.
FastCover Grows with Your Project!
Your business is constantly evolving. Plans today can change tomorrow dependent on your customer’s needs or a potentially volatile marketplace. A structure on your property may be used as an industrial warehouse today and become a light manufacturing or materials staging facility tomorrow. A structure may be in the right location but can be prohibitive to growth tomorrow. These are only a couple of the challenges and changes our clients are faced with on a regular basis that have a significant impact on the positive growth of their businesses.