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ClearSpan’s New Pavilion Building Creates the Ideal Covered Environment

ClearSpan’s New Pavilion Building Creates the Ideal Covered Environment
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ClearSpan™ Fabric Structures, the industry leading manufacturer of tension fabric buildings, recently revealed its new building offering, the Pavilion Building. The new structure features no end walls or sidewalls, creating a covered, outdoor atmosphere that can be used for equine arenas.

BuildingThe Pavilion Building is covered by ClearSpan’s renowned 12.5 ounce, 24 mil rip-stop polyethylene fabric. The covers allow natural light to filter through, ensuring that whatever activity takes place under the Pavilion is well lit during the daytime. The fabric covers are built for strength, are UV resistant and come in four different color options.

The structure is built with a durable, USA-made frame that has been triple galvanized for corrosion resistance. The design of the truss frame promotes strength and a quick building timeline, and, when paired with the ClearSpan Helical Anchoring System, can be built with minimal foundation requirements. Pavilion Buildings can be constructed at 75 feet and 85 feet wide, and feature eaves that are 13 feet high.

Pavilion Buildings come with industry-leading warranties, which include 50 years on the frame and 20 years on the cover.

For more information, please visit www.clearspan.com or call 866-643-1010

ClearSpan Fabric Structures provides design through build solutions for material, equipment and other storage needs. ClearSpan buildings feature abundant natural light and spacious interiors without internal support posts. With minimal foundation requirements, the structures can be permanent or temporary and are easy to relocate.

 

Published August 2016 Issue

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