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
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