Greystone Construction, an authorized dealer for Natural Light Fabric Structures (NLFS), has completed the first of two buildings for Rembrandt Enterprise. The buildings will be used for manure compost. The first fabric compost building is an 80′ x 200′ NLFS DP Series and the second commodity storage building is an 80′ x 400′. The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of July 2012. Both tension membrane fabric structures are being erected on a poured concrete foundation.
NLFS uses hot dipped galvanized steel which substantially reduced the risk of rust. The 80′ NLFS building profile allows for trucks and payloaders to operate safely as the product is piled inside the warehouse storage building.