This 40’ x 112’ building was purchased by the EC Trucking company in Wainae Hawaii, and erected in June 2017. It was coordinated by Vision Building Systems of Las Vegas who provided a building manufactured by Guard-All of Dallas Texas.The local Hawaiian contractor on the job was Sterling Pacific. International Fabric Buildings was pleased to be selected as the on-site construction consultant. The full concrete floor and sandstone color fabric makes for a very attractive interior in the beautiful Hawaiian sun at 10 feet above sea level!
DESERT BREEZE LAS VEGAS – SPRING VALLEY, NEVADA
The Las Vegas water treatment plant needed its cover replaced by April of 2017. The project was coordinated by Visions Building Systems of Las Vegas, and Accu-Steel from Iowa provided the fabric. International Fabric Buildings was pleased to be the on site consultant for the local labor force.
SAN JOSE – CALIFORNIA
This project is located about a mile from the new 49’ers football stadium in San Jose California.
Concrete blocks were used for the foundation, and it has 6 – 18’x18’ roll up overhead doors and openers. The building also utilizes 2 powered air vents at each end. International Fabric Buildings was the on site consultant that guided the erection process in May 2017.
HUMANE SOCIETY – FT COLLINS, COLORADO
Visions Building Systems of Las Vegas contacted International Fabric Buildings to oversee the installation of 3 – 30’ x 48’ roofs over the Humane Society animal housing facilities. These roofs were placed on 16’ high cindercrete block walls. The building components were supplied by WeCover Structures, located in Ontario Canada. An aluminum cap was specified for the ridge on each building.
RECOVER – SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA
A privately owned equestrian center near Sacramento decided to replace a section of fabric in their 130’ x 200’ riding arena after many years of use. Visions Building Systems requested the assistance of International Fabric Buildings to ensure that the intricate task of removing a large portion of the existing fabric and replacing it with one new piece of fabric measuring 100’ x 180’ was successfully completed. This was accomplished in February 2017.