Golf Cart Storage Building
Running a golf course is a competitive business; you need every advantage you can get. Our tension fabric buildings provide golf course operators with several advantages, including large clear span space at a low cost per square foot, low operating costs, expandability, and portability. Golf courses can use our buildings as a golf cart storage building, maintenance building, equipment storage building, and temporary event buildings. Depending on the region, these buildings are sometimes called golf cart barns, golf cart sheds, or a golf cart storage building. Lease options are available for these buildings to help you manage your capital expenses.
Tension fabric buildings, by definition, are buildings constructed using a rigid frame and a durable fabric membrane. GNB Global manufactures buildings utilizing galvanized carbon steel frames with an engineered polyethylene fabric membrane. Compared to traditional structures, the benefits of tension fabric buildings are lower operational costs, energy savings, naturally bright interior, quick installation, ability to re-locate building, flexible foundation design options, and corrosion resistance. Unlike conventional or metal-clad buildings, tension fabric buildings can be more economically relocated.
How Can Our Fabric Buildings Help Your Golf Course Make Money?
- The average cost of constructing a permanent maintenance facility is $350,000. Leasing a temporary maintenance facility can allow revenue to be allocated to the curb appeal of the course at a fraction of the cost.
- Golf cart storage and maintenance facilities are commonly built early on in a golf course’s development and often end up in the wrong spot. Having the ability to relocate these buildings is absolutely invaluable.
- A 4000-square foot event facility can house 144-person tournaments, as well as banquets and weddings. On average, hosting just three events per month will generate $10,000 in revenue for the golf course, a great secondary income stream.