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ClearSpan introduces new line of pre-engineered buildings

By |  October 9, 2017

ClearSpan has announced a new line of pre-engineered buildings. These buildings, says the company, have been designed to meet the highest standards, so customers benefit from a significantly streamlined building process. 


“By using engineered data accumulated from thousands of stamped engineered buildings, these structures were created to remove design time,” says Geoff Ching, CleanSpan sales manager.


ClearSpan structures in Granvilla, Ohio. Photo courtesy of CleanSpan

ClearSpan structures in Granville, Ohio. Photo courtesy of CleanSpan

The company can provide the structures in a number of styles and sizes.


Re-engineered buildings include the 65 ft.-wide ClearSpan Round HD model, which features a round-roof design; and the 73 ft.-wide or 100 ft.-wide ClearSpan Gable HD model, which has a peaked roof design.


A helical anchoring system allows for quick site preparation. According to the company, the buildings can be constructed just about anywhere and with minimal excavation. The anchors drill directly into the ground to create a stable, dependable foundation, ClearSpan says. By not needing to pour concrete, construction can be completed in a matter of days.


The structures are built using the company’s Hercules truss arches, which are constructed from American-made steel that creates a dependable frame. The steel has been triple-galvanized to withstand corrosive environments.


The frame supports a polyethylene fabric cover, constructed with a rip-stop weave, making it durable, according to the company. The cover allows natural light to filter through, creating a well-lit environment that doesn’t require artificial lighting.

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