Two Salt Dome Storage Buildings Complete – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PA)

Two new salt domes are complete in Pennsylvania for the City of Philadelphia.

The city of Philadelphia partnered with Natural Light Fabric Structures on two new salt storage domes for their roads department. The first salt storage building is a 53′ wide dome style fabric building. The second salt storage building is a 44′ wide dome style fabric building.

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53′ wide Salt Dome

 

Natural Light uses a post-weld hot dip galvanizing process that provides superior protection in a corrosive environment such as salt.

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44′ wide Salt Dome

 

Natural Light Fabric Structures comes with a complete set of stamped engineered drawings which ensures your structure will be properly design to meet all local wind, snow and unbalanced snow loads requirements.

To learn what Natural Light Fabric Structures can do for you on your next salt dome storage building project visit us at http://www.nlfabric.com or call 888-708-3272.

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