Temporary, Fabric Industrial Warehouse Buildings & Structures
Not only are the industrial fabric buildings engineered by Legacy Building Solutions® cost-effective as commercial warehouses and storage spaces, they give you maximum functionality and space.
Our warehouse buildings are built on sturdy rigid steel frames that are capable of handling multiple specialty loads, which includes loads from shipping and receiving equipment, conveyors and catwalks, stored material, and associated handling equipment such as bridge cranes.
Clients who opt to use our industrial fabric buildings as additional storage have options for controlling the conditions inside the temporary structure. Our steel frames are capable of supporting a full HVAC load for climate-controlled storage no matter the temperature. For added control, insulation and lining may be added to the warehouse building design.
Fabric Warehouse Structures/Industrial Warehousing
Your exact needs are met because all our designs are based on what you require. With each fabric building carefully customized to your specifications, we can engineer anything from very tall peak clearances to extremely high side walls.
If your property is oddly shaped or considerably narrow, we can maneuver around the challenges with fabric structures with side wall connections and offset peaks that maximize both space and functionality.
Our warehouse fabric structures are collaborative efforts between consultants and engineers who have vast experience in producing multiple storage and picking options, light industrial space, and various loading dock options. Because we understand that flexibility is important to you, our structures allow you to over-engineer for possible expansions, additions, or other loads you may want to accommodate in the future.
Building a Warehouse
Because all our industrial fabric buildings are customizable, you may opt to add on features which allow for the storage of fragile and sensitive materials.
Airtight envelopes may be installed as additional protection, and active or passive ventilation may be added to provide cost-effective storage for bulk materials.
Since natural light is able to pass through every surface of a fabric warehouse, a sunny day can provide enough lighting inside the structure even without additional electric lighting. During dark days and nights, the interior warehouse fabric reflects light in order to minimize the number of artificial lights needed. Due to the minimal need for artificial light, costs on electricity and maintenance decrease.
Usual construction materials such as concrete, brick, steel or stone may be used to complement fabric structures. Concrete walls seem to be a sought-after choice for warehouses made of fabric, since this type of material enables the structure to take on loads for bulk storage.
While hot dip galvanized (HDG) steel is the best material to prevent corrosion, you may also opt to have the frame gray or red primed or powder coated in a variety of color choices.
Although our warehouse structures are usually built with the mindset of permanence, they can be disassembled and moved to be used as temporary storage or leased property. Because our storage structures use lighter PVC or PE cladding, they are much cheaper to ship compared to other heavier construction materials.
While you focus on running your business, allow us to alleviate the stress of warehouse construction by providing you with a low-maintenance industrial fabric building that can be built in a jiffy.