It is said that the details are in the design. Having said that, what are some of the things that you should consider during the construction of a temporary fabric structure such as a temporary warehouse?
Regardless of how long, wide or tall you want your temporary warehouse to be, you should ensure that you look for a company which can suit your project needs. Choose a company with well trained and experienced professionals so that you can have your temporary facility installed in the best way possible.
The fact that we are able to customize temporary fabric structure construction has made our company unique. Our well-trained teams can work on any terrain and calculate precise measurements in order to guarantee security and safety.
Our teams also understand the local building code requirements and abide by them. After the completion of the structure, the next thing our team will consider the support installation. Aluminum box beams are used to offer the secure footing for each and every design.
Beams usually play an important role during the assembly phase as they reinforce the stronghold of a temporary structure. It is very important to decide the type of fabric you would like to use for your structure.
If you need natural light, consider a translucent fabric. If you need the cover to withstand harsh environments such as snow, wind, and fire, then the Precontraint fabric is what you should be looking for.
Compared to Clearspan tents, traditional construction is costly and needs years of lead time. Waiting for a metal and concrete building construction can place your expansion or project far behind schedule. A temporary structure, on the other hand, will cover your project site efficiently and provide the much-needed climate controlled coverage fast.
Temporary structures are cheaper than permanent buildings. They reduce the strain on corporate budgets hence enabling your company to allocate more of the project budget for other uses since business needs evolve as time goes by. In addition, a new permanent building should be rented, sold or redesigned when it is no longer needed.
However, with a temporary structure, you can install a solution for the time and location needed. When the building is no longer needed, it can literally disappear and your site can return to its initial landscape.
Every company has its own unique needs and choosing a temporary structure can allow for the size and space used to be adjusted along with the changing business needs. Furthermore, the installation of a modular, temporary structure allows for these changes to occur in an expedited fashion without large construction costs.
James is an engineer by profession. He has over 6 years of experience in building temporary warehouses for both residential and commercial purposes. He is a hands-on guy who makes sure his works are high-quality and he ensures that every customer’s needs are met.