Memorial Day Weekend, the unofficial start to summer, has come and gone, so now it’s time to hit the road and do that cross-country road trip you’ve been talking about doing the last 10 years, right? Well, if you are going to take on such a feat, there is a 100% chance that you’ll pass by one of our Hercules Truss Arch Buildings, since we have our fabric structures in all 50 states! What state currently holds the rolling title for the most ClearSpan buildings? What states make our Top 5? Take the poll below, check back in one week for the answers, and map out YOUR road trip accordingly.
If you happen to see one of our buildings on your trip, snap a picture of the building, prove to us that you’re on a “road trip,” and we’ll send you a free gift! All you have to do is email the pictures and your mailing address to us at: email@example.com. Don’t worry — we will keep your information confidential — this is our little fun and exciting summertime game.
HINT: You’ll know it’s our building if you see our logo at the peak of the building, seen at left! GOOD LUCK!
The Discovery Channel’s popular television show, How It’s Made, descended on a local company’s manufacturing facility to capture the design process of tension fabric buildings. Continue reading
At long last, Spring is here! Better late than never, right? Now is the time to replace the storm door with the screen door, clean the windows, get the yard ready, clean out the garden beds and look for the over-the-counter allergy combatant that has the lowest sale price. But if you’ve recently purchased a Hercules Truss Arch Building – a.k.a. a fabric structure – from ClearSpan, or if you’re thinking of buying one soon, you’re probably asking yourself: “How in the world am I supposed to clean that fabric cover?” Continue reading
Every week I talk about the versatility and uniqueness of our Hercules Truss Arch Buildings and how they’re perfect for a variety of applications, while maintaining an aesthetic appeal. Today, we’re going to continue our guessing game… Continue reading
One of the biggest appeals to ClearSpan Fabric Structures is their ability to be completely versatile and accommodating to almost any application. This held true when Mika Nurmikko contacted us in hopes to create a zoo exhibit like no other. Today’s blog features his story and spotlights how ClearSpan provided the perfect solution for York Zoo. Continue reading
At ClearSpan, we like to think that we continuously help those in need. Whether that need is a new riding arena or cold storage we can provide something for anyone. Occasionally, however, we get the chance to lend a helping hand and provide fast service to those in emergency situations. Such was the case for the Wild Animal Sanctuary. Continue reading
If this were elementary school, ClearSpan Fabric Structures would be everyone’s favorite Valentine! Today’s blog is all about love and how our customers like to express their feelings towards us. I decided to showcase our relationships with our customers by highlighting some of the positive feedback we’ve received from them. Continue reading
Last December our ClearSpan Newsletter theme was, ‘The Buildings that Keep on Giving’. In the spirit of the giving season, we thought it be fun to highlight some of our buildings that have truly given back. Continue reading
There are many reasons people are turning to ClearSpan Fabric Structures as the solution to their building needs. ClearSpan buildings are low in cost per square foot, energy efficient and feature abundant natural light. Aside from those benefits, Hercules Truss Arch Buildings are very aesthetically pleasing. Let’s face it; everyone wants a good looking building, especially our customers highlighted below. I’ve compiled 10 of our most beautiful ClearSpan Fabric Structures so you can see why they are becoming more and more popular throughout many industries.
Kicking off our countdown are our very own Hercules Truss Arch buildings out in Dyersville, IA. Come on, we had to give props to our own beautiful buildings. Both buildings are used as manufacturing facilities, the building in the rear is 160′ wide by 320′ long and houses all truss welding operations. The building to the right is 100′ wide by 780′ long and is used for building fabrication, as well as shipping and receiving. We were able to double production thanks to these two lovely buildings. Continue reading