Business owners and warehouse managers choose Britespan fabric buildings to maximize space with our proven pre-engineer building solutions. More performance. Less hassle. That’s what you want out of your investments. Britespan fabric column-free storage buildings do exactly that with strong, tested materials that deliver long-term benefits.

Durability


Coverall buildings, with woven fabric tensioned over hot-dip galvanized steel trusses, stand up to severe weather and volatile temperatures. Each Clearspan fabric structure is engineered according to International Building Codes (IBC) for safety and your local building codes and weather loads.

 Mobility


While pre-engineered buildings are designed to act as permanent storage buildings, they easily dismantle and reconfigure for relocation. That’s a major benefit for military bases and growing businesses that need temporary column-free portable buildings to easily move and set up fast. Comparatively, traditional metal buildings take much longer to erect.

Versatility


You name the size. Britespan offers the widest product line in the fabric storage building industry, with engineered structures from 24 feet to 300 feet wide and any length. For greater flexibility we offer options such as insulation, flame-retardant covers and a variety of styles. Customizations include foundations, door, insulation and more. Plus, you can personalize your fabric structure with logos and different colors.

 

Cost Savings & Energy Efficiency


The bottom line matters to every business manager. Keep costs lower with fabric column free storage buildings that are less expensive than traditional metal buildings. Plus, they take less time to erect, meaning less downtime. Fabric covers help reduce energy consumption by letting in natural light from sunup to sundown and maintaining comfortable temperatures during inclement weather.

Britespan fabric buildings are found everywhere that high quality, weatherproof, sustainable and energy efficient structures are needed.

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