Dallas, Texas (PRWEB)
March 16, 2017
Guard-All Building Solutions has completed construction of a sand storage building for the Garland, Texas Public Works department. The spacious 6,510 square foot tension fabric building measures 62′ wide by 105′ long with enough headroom for a front end loader to work with the road sand stored in the building. The new sand storage building will allow the City of Garland’s Public Works department to store and manage their road sand while protecting their inventory from the elements.
The City of Garland managed the site work and constructed the foundation for the project. Guard-All’s installation crew had the Heritage 24 Series tension fabric building installation wrapped up in less than two weeks. The low-maintenance fabric building will provide the city with years of service, and low operating costs due to the translucent cover that allows natural light during daytime hours.
Guard-All’s pre-engineered Heritage 24 building is a 24″ steel truss frame, fabric membrane covered tension fabric building. The Heritage Series buildings range in truss frame widths from 30′ to 82′ wide, and can built as long as required. In addition to wall mount and ground mount options, standard four, six, eight, and ten-foot-tall leg extensions are available to give the buildings higher vertical sidewall clearances.
The Heritage Series buildings use NovaShield® II with ArmorKote™ architectural fabric for its UV stability, abrasion resistance and durability. The buildings feature a one-piece engineered fabric membrane. The fabric membrane is attached to the Heritage Series buildings with a 10,000-lb. capacity block winch cover tensioning system.