The CROSSOVER, the Original Tension Fabric Building with a Rigid Steel, Built-Up Beam Structural Frame
Milestones Building and Design now sells the CROSSOVER, the original and preferred fabric building utilizing rigid steel, built-up beam, structural frames instead of hollow-tube, open web truss frames traditionally used for fabric buildings. A remarkable engineering concept, the newest technology in fabric buildings. The CROSSOVER utilizes the proven framework of a "steel" building, and all the benefits of a fabric covered building. High wind and snow loads are no longer problems. This is a proven structural steel system; stronger buildings with easier permitting.
The strength of the structural steel frame provides several engineering advantages. One being the variable dimensions: Width, height, length, leg heights, inside center height and roof slope. These dimensions are determined by the customer and application requirements. Another great feature is the ability to install eaves, dormers, gutters, standard windows, standard doors, wide side doors, insulation, and liners. We can engineer the building for additional loads; conveyors, sprinklers, lighting, heaters, air conditioning and fans. Hot dip galvanized steel makes the Crossover's structural steel frame virtually corrosion resistant. They are hot-dip galvanized in a lead-free facility; no lead is added to the zinc in the process.
The CROSSOVER is an exceptional choice in tension fabric structures; a multipurpose, fast, durable, economical solution for manufacturing, warehousing, and mining facilities including the bulk storage business and the commodity storage industries. Industrial, Milestones Building and Design agricultural businesses alike recognize the advantages provided by fabric structures, including the low cost, quick turnaround, green construction and sustainable design.
The CROSSOVER features:
Made in the USA, superior quality, world-class customer service and an unmatched 20 year warranty. Purchase direct from the manufacture, Accu Steel Inc., through Milestones' exclusive Sales Executive. Call 360-366-3077 Or visit http://www.milestonesbd.com.
From 30' to 300' and wider x any length; there are no internal columns or supports to interfere with interior plans.
Utilized in industrial, commercial, agricultural, government, military, municipal, and public works operations, The Crossovers are highly versatile and will ensure any project meets and exceeds all expectations.
The crossover is the answer for a wide range of industrial and commercial solutions: bulk storage, port buildings, commodity storage, aircraft manufacturing, distribution centers, logistics and transport buildings, aggregates storage, railcar staging, maintenance shops; aircraft, plane, helicopter hangars; car, truck, and equipment storage; marine and boat storage; compost storage, recycling operations, waste management; industrial structures, marketing Bellingham WA manufacturing expansion, warehouse storage; public works buildings; salt and sand storage, water treatment plants; special events, convention centers, concert halls, and entertainment stages; indoor sports, recreational facilities; mining buildings, oil drilling shelters; and military shelters.
It is equally suitable for a wide range of agricultural building solutions: Truck, and farm equipment storage; compost and fertilizer processing and storage, manure digesting; cattle barns, beef barns, feedlot covers, dairy buildings, free stall barns, cattle confinement, and dry bed pack barns; animal shelters, goat buildings, alpaca shelters, and calf buildings; grain buildings, hay storage, wheat storage, feed storage; and commercial warehouse storage.
Jervis Gervais - About Author:
Milestones Building and Design presents the crossover, the original fabric building utilizing structural, rigid steel beams instead of open web trusses. A remarkable engineering concept created and developed by the owner/engineer of Kenzie Penner. The newest technology in tension fabric structures. A fabric building design that ensures the strongest structures available.
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