72′ x 128′ fabric building completed in Wimbledon, North Dakota. The steel framed hoop barn will be used for farm machinery and equipment storage.

A 72′ x 128′ Natural Light Fabric Structures DP Series was recently completed in Wimbledon, ND. The machinery storage building was installed by Greystone Construction, an authorized dealer of Natural Light Fabric Structures.

The fabric hoop building was installed on 2′ above grade concrete piers, included a 50′ x 18′ Midland bi-fold door and a service door in one end wall. The other end wall has a solid end with two 5′ x 5′ fixed end wall vents that will help air flow when the large machinery storage door is open.

72' x 128' Natural Light Fabric Structure with a 50' x 18' Bi-fold Door. Wimbledon, North Dakota

72′ x 128′ Natural Light Fabric Structure with a 50′ x 18′ Bi-fold Door. Wimbledon, North Dakota

Machinery Storage Building, Equipment Shed, Fabric Building, Hoop Barn, North Dakota, ND, Minnesota, MN, Iowa, IA, Wisconsin, WI, South Dakota, SD, Nebraska, NE, Illinois, IL, Michigan, MI, Missouri, MO, Kansak, KS, Montana, MT, Colorado, CO, Natural Light Fabric Structures  Machinery Storage Building, Bi-Fold Door, Natural Light Fabric Structure, Hoop Barn, Steel Building with Canvas Top

To learn more about what Natural Light Fabric Structures can do for you check us out at www.nlfabric.com or call 888-708-3272.

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Natural Light Fabric Structures completes salt and sand fabric hoop building for the Town of Necedah, Wisconsin (WI).

Natural Light Fabric Structures completes salt and sand storage building for Town of Necedah, WI.

The 44′ x 96′ DP series building was installed on a 4′ tall concrete foundation piers. The one ended building spans 8′ tall precast concrete bunker panels and will hold approximately 1,500 tons of product. The main frames of the building were all hot dipped galvanized after all the welding and cutting was completed. This is a huge advantage in substantially reducing the risk of the steel rusting from the inside out down the road.

44' x 96' Salt and Sand Storage Fabric Building - Town of Necedah, Wisconsin

Natural Light Fabric Structures offers clear span (no interior columns) building solutions up to 140′ in width and in any length requirements. All DP, GP and Hybrid buildings are designed to meet local wind, snow and unbalanced snow loads for your particular area. Please contact us to let us know what we can do for you on your next project. www.nlfabric.com.

Fabric Building, Hoop Barn, Flat Storage Buildings, Wisconsin, WI, Salt Dome, Commodity Storage Solutions

44′ x 96′ Natural Light Fabric Structure

Natural Light Fabric Structures are ideal for commodity storage for many reasons:

  • Buildings are designed to maximize air floor
  • polyethylene fabric substantially reduces the risk of condensation compared to wood/steel buildings
  • Buildings high clearances create a safe working environment for truck and payloader operators
  • Building steel is galvanized which reduces the risk of rusting in a highly corrosive environment like salt

Hoop Beef Barns for Livestock/Cattle.

Natural Light Fabric Structures wanted to share a link to a research article that was published by Iowa State on Hoop Barns for Beef Cattle.

Hoop Beef Barns, Livestock Buildings, Calf Building, Cattle Barns, Catttle Barn, Calf Barns, Fabric Buildings

Overview

A hoop barn is a Quonset™-shaped structure with side walls 10 to 12 feet high made of treated wood posts and wood sides. Tubular steel arches

fastened to the tops or sides of the posts form a hooped roof, which is covered with an UV-resistant, polyvinyl tarp.

Hoop barns are naturally ventilated and are sited to take advantage of prevailing winds. In the Midwest, most buildings are oriented in a north south direction when used for livestock housing to take advantage of summer winds, which generally come from the south. Hoop barns may offer an alternative to producing beef in open feedlots where concerns exist about runoff and lot manure management. The biggest question is can the pollution potential be reduced without suffering losses in productivity and production costs.

When to Consider Hoop Barns

Hoop barns appear to be most beneficial when producers have one or more of the following goals:

• Want to provide weather protection at a low-cost

• Desire livestock housing for cold weather that can double as economical hay storage during summer

• Desire to relocate the building in the near future

• Want to utilize a solid floor, bedded-housing system

• Want protection from sun and rain without full environmental control

• Want to eliminate outdoor lots and runoff concerns

• Want full control of manure at low capital cost

• Willing to trade management for capital outlay

Click here to read the entire article.

Hoop Barn, Cattle Barn, Beef Barn, Fabric Structure, Livestock Building

To learn more about what NLFS can do for you check us out at www.nlfabric.com.

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Natural Light Fabric Structures completes organic recycling commodity flat storage building.

A new commodity storage building is now complete in Shakopee, Minnesota. The 100′ x 208′ Natural Light Fabric Structures is being used to house organic waste. The building was installed on concrete pad and piers, has one solid end wall, one open end wall and is spanning 16′ tall precast concrete bunker panels that are being used to contain the commodity.

100' x 208' Commodity Storage Building

100′ x 208′ Commodity Storage Building

To learn more about what NLFS can do for you check us out at www.nlfabric.com.