ClearSpan Adds Hybrid Buildings to HD Building Solutions

Since there are no internal support posts, the buildings allow for maximum usable space.

Fri January 30, 2015 - National Edition
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Hybrid Buildings now offer the option of steel or fabric side walls with the durability of Hercules Truss Arch Buildings.
Hybrid Buildings now offer the option of steel or fabric side walls with the durability of Hercules Truss Arch Buildings.

ClearSpan Fabric Structures, an industry leader in tension fabric structures, has added a new structure, The Hybrid Building, to its HD Building solutions.

Hybrid Buildings now offer the option of steel or fabric side walls with the durability of Hercules Truss Arch Buildings. Buildings are available up to 160 ft. (48.7 m) wide for any application and feature a 20 year warranty on the cover and a 50 year warranty on the frame.

Since there are no internal support posts, the building allows for maximum usable space. The fabric cover is available in several colors, and its permeable properties make it extremely energy efficient. The polyethylene cover allows the transmission of abundant natural light, significantly cutting costs that would otherwise be needed for supplemental lighting.

ClearSpan HD Buildings start at 25 ft. (7.6 m) wide and cost as little as $2.99 per sq. ft. End panels and accessories also are available, but are sold separately.

“We’re always trying to provide the best product, while still keeping costs down,” ClearSpan President and C.E.O. Barry Goldsher said.

For more information, call 866/643-1010 or visit www.clearspan.com.




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