ClearSpan's New Pavilion Building Creates Ideal Covered Environment

The new structure features no end walls or sidewalls, creating a covered, outdoor atmosphere that can be used for any construction need.

Mon April 11, 2016 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The Pavilion Building features no end walls or sidewalls, creating a covered, outdoor atmosphere that can be used for any construction need.
The Pavilion Building features no end walls or sidewalls, creating a covered, outdoor atmosphere that can be used for any construction need.

ClearSpan Fabric Structures revealed its new building offering, the Pavilion Building. The new structure features no end walls or sidewalls, creating a covered, outdoor atmosphere that can be used for any construction need, according to the manufacturer.

The Pavilion Building is covered by ClearSpan's 12.5 oz., 24 mil rip-stop polyethylene fabric. The covers allow natural light to filter through, ensuring that whatever activity takes place under the pavilion is well lit during the daytime. The fabric covers are built for strength, are UV resistant and come in four different color options.

The structure is built with a durable, USA-made frame that has been triple galvanized for corrosion resistance. The design of the truss frame promotes strength and a quick building timeline, and, when paired with the ClearSpan helical anchoring system, can be built with minimal foundation requirements. Pavilion Buildings can be constructed at 75 and 85 ft. (22.8 and 26 m) wide, and feature eaves that are 13 ft. (4 m) high.

Pavilion Buildings come with industry-leading warranties, which include 50 years on the frame and 20 years on the cover.

For more information, call 1/866-643-1010 or visit www.clearspan.com.


Today's top stories

Construction Associations Consider Generic COVID Workplace Guidance Redundant, Impractical

Unprecedented Snowstorm Temporarily Shuts Down Lone Star State

Charter Oak Bridge Project Set to Bring Congestion Relief for Connecticut's Capitol Region

Crews Working to Complete $99M Orange County Upgrade

LiuGong North America Launches 9018F Mini-Excavator

Bobcat Partners With PBR World Champion Jess Lockwood

Officials Favor New Chesapeake Bridge at Existing Maryland Crossing

Novant Health to Build $222M Critical Care Tower in Winston-Salem, N.C.


 






ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo