Our Fabric Buildings Are Versatile Solutions for Nearly Every Application
Businesses across the country turn to Big Top Fabric Structures when they need a new building for their operations but don’t want to make a heavy investment in constructing a permanent structure. Our fabric buildings cost less and take less time to build, and they can be customized in numerous ways to accommodate a range of applications.
Our fabric structures require fewer materials than traditional brick-and-mortar buildings, which translates to lower assembly costs. And they can be erected at a rate of 2,500 square feet per day, a timely turnaround that will allow you to use your new building sooner rather than later.
At Big Top, we don’t sell only a few cookie-cutter designs. On the contrary, our design team works closely with our customers to create the ideal fabric structure for their needs. Here are some factors to consider when designing your fabric building:
No matter what size structure you need, chances are we can build it. Our fabric buildings can span up to 174 feet wide, 80 feet tall, and nearly any length. If you need more height, your fabric building can be anchored to stacks of ecology blocks or shipping containers. Indeed, our structures can be anchored to nearly anything, even asphalt, making them a versatile solution for any terrain where your operations are located.
Climate control is virtually a non-issue when you partner with Big Top. That’s because the fabric roof of our buildings is formulated to repel 99.95% of harmful UV-A and UV-B radiation, providing ample protection for your staff, materials, and equipment. This has the added benefit of naturally keeping the interior at a pleasant temperature that is, on average, 15 degrees cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter than the temperature outside. However, if you plan to use your Big Top fabric structure as an office, barracks, lunch room, safety meeting facility, or other space where you need to ensure the comfort of your staff, we can install HVAC systems and insulation for extra climate control.
Though our fabric buildings are considered temporary, they nonetheless will last for decades with proper maintenance thanks to the durable, galvanized steel frame. With longevity in mind, your fabric structure will be able to keep pace with changes in your production. For instance, if you need to move the building to another spot on your property, you can do so with a crane. If your business is relocating, or you have operations out in the field, your fabric structure can be disassembled and shipped to where you plan on using it next.
Other Benefits of the Fabric Roof
In addition to outstanding thermal performance, the fabric roof of our structures is translucent, allowing ample natural light to illuminate the interior. By minimizing or eliminating your need for artificial lighting, our fabric buildings can help you save on energy costs.
With all the ways our fabric buildings can be customized and the numerous benefits they provide, it’s easy to see why businesses across nearly every industry, including mining, oil and gas, marine, construction, and military choose Big Top time and again. To learn more about our fabric structures and begin designing one for your operations, contact Big Top today.