65′ x 112′ Industrial Warehouse Storage Building Complete.

Natural Light Fabric Structures recently completed a new 65′ x 112′ DP Series building in Norfolk, NE. The industrial warehouse cold storage building will be used to store power transformers that are used to recycle steel.

Industrial Buildings, Farm Equipment Storage, Machinery Storage Buildings, Clear Span Building (no interior columns) Fabric Building, Natural Light Fabric Structure, Similar to the old Cover All Buildings, Farm Buildings, Farm Shop, Ag Buildings, Steel Framed Buildings, Pre-engineerred Buildings, Hoop Barns, Canvas Barns, Hoop Buildings, Made in America, Midwest Manufactured, Engineered Buildings, Montanta (MT), South Dakota (SD), Wyoming (WY), Colorado (CO), New Mexico (NM), Texas (TX), Oklahoma (OK), Kansas (KS), Nebraska (NE), South Dakota (SD), North Dakota (ND), Minnesota (MN), Iowa (IA), Missouri (MO), Arkansas (AR), Loiisiana (LA), Mississippi (MI), Tennesee (TN), Kentucky (KY), Indiana (IN, Illinois (IL) Wisconsin (WI), Michigan (MI), Ohio (OH), West Virgina (WV), Virginia (VA), Pennsylvania (PA), New York (NY), Maine (ME), North Carolina (NC), South Carolina (SC), Georgia (GA), Florida (FL), Arizona (AZ), California (CA), Nevada (NV), Utah (UT), Idaho (ID), Washington (WA), Oregon (OR), Alaska (AK), Mexico, British Columbia (BC), Alaberta (AB), Saskatchewan (SK), Ontario (ON), Quebec (QB). Natural Light Fabric Structures also make great solutions for the oil and minning industry including: Frac Sand Storage, Temporary Storage, Canadian Sands, Bakken, Eagleford, Marcellus, just to name a few. Flat Grain Storage, Salt and Sand Storage, Fertilizer Storage, Compost Storage, Wood CHip Storage, Commodity Storage, Wheat Storage, Equine Buildings, Indoor Riding Arenas

The building included a 14′ x 14′ fabric door a service door and mesh end wall vents. The DP Series was installed on one row of concrete foundation blocks. The owner liked the fact that the building is engineered to meet the local IBC code for both required wind and snow loads. The building erection only took four days to complete. To learn more about what Natural Light Fabric Structures can do for you visit us at www.nlfabric.com.

Industrial Buildings, Farm Equipment Storage, Machinery Storage Buildings, Clear Span Building (no interior columns) Fabric Building, Natural Light Fabric Structure, Similar to the old Cover All Buildings, Farm Buildings, Farm Shop, Ag Buildings, Steel Framed Buildings, Pre-engineerred Buildings, Hoop Barns, Canvas Barns, Hoop Buildings, Made in America, Midwest Manufactured, Engineered Buildings, Montanta (MT), South Dakota (SD), Wyoming (WY), Colorado (CO), New Mexico (NM), Texas (TX), Oklahoma (OK), Kansas (KS), Nebraska (NE), South Dakota (SD), North Dakota (ND), Minnesota (MN), Iowa (IA), Missouri (MO), Arkansas (AR), Loiisiana (LA), Mississippi (MI), Tennesee (TN), Kentucky (KY), Indiana (IN, Illinois (IL) Wisconsin (WI), Michigan (MI), Ohio (OH), West Virgina (WV), Virginia (VA), Pennsylvania (PA), New York (NY), Maine (ME), North Carolina (NC), South Carolina (SC), Georgia (GA), Florida (FL), Arizona (AZ), California (CA), Nevada (NV), Utah (UT), Idaho (ID), Washington (WA), Oregon (OR), Alaska (AK), Mexico, British Columbia (BC), Alaberta (AB), Saskatchewan (SK), Ontario (ON), Quebec (QB). Natural Light Fabric Structures also make great solutions for the oil and minning industry including: Frac Sand Storage, Temporary Storage, Canadian Sands, Bakken, Eagleford, Marcellus, just to name a few. Flat Grain Storage, Salt and Sand Storage, Fertilizer Storage, Compost Storage, Wood CHip Storage, Commodity Storage, Wheat Storage, Equine Buildings, Indoor Riding Arenas

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