Project information

Building:  Custom Heritage 36 w/Leg extension
Dimensions:  62′ x 119′
Location:  Saskatchewan, Canada
Purpose:  Temporary work shelters

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The Temporary Work Shelter uses our Heritage 36 Series. The Heritage 36 Series tension fabric buildings are optimized for projects requiring large usable envelopes and elevated clearances. A range of widths from 62′ (18.8 m) to 82′ (24.9 m) are available to meet project specifications. The continuous segmented truss design allows the building to achieve nearly any length required. A nominal 36″ (91.4 cm) truss frame is forged from high carbon steel, and reinforced with purlins and structural supports to meet the wind, snow and dead loads required for each individual project. The steel framework can be finished in a selection of coatings; including hot dip galvanized, inline galvanized and powder coated.

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