Calhoun Super Structure Unveils Container Line Fabric Building Series

The Container (CL) is the first-ever fabric building in the industry designed and engineered exclusively for container-use only.

Wed April 08, 2015 - National Edition
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The CL buildings series is engineered site-specific to suit any location in North America, and can be used as either a temporary or permanent structure.
The CL buildings series is engineered site-specific to suit any location in North America, and can be used as either a temporary or permanent structure.

Calhoun Super Structure Ltd. — a pioneer in the fabric building industry — announced the official unveiling of a new building series, The Container (CL). This is the first-ever fabric building in the industry designed and engineered exclusively for container-use only. The CL buildings series is engineered site-specific to suit any location in North America, and can be used as either a temporary or permanent structure.

Available in widths of 32, 36, 40, and 50 ft. (9.7, 11, 12 and 15 m), the CL building series will be a perfect addition to those looking for an affordable structure with a high return on investment. Calhoun’s standard 40 by 40 ft. CL building can be installed in just two days. Not only is the installation process quick and simple, but the structure also can be rapidly deployed, according to the company.

For more information, visit www.hybridbuildings.com.




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