Government & Municipalities
ClearSpan Government and Municipal Buildings — Easy Access, Energy Efficient, Economical
ClearSpan offers a variety of fabric buildings that are ideal for government and municipal uses. The clear span of our steel trusses allows easy vehicle and equipment access — vehicles can drive inside without obstruction from support poles. The natural light that filters through our covers keeps moisture away and, for further protection, end panels are also available.
Our tension fabric structures are ideal for salt and sand storage, garages, recreation complexes, site covers, recycling complexes, waste treatment centers, emergency shelters and more. When a structure is needed fast, construction can be completed in just a few weeks.
ClearSpan structures are made in the USA and can be manufactured to any width up to 300' and in any length. Cover all of your needs with ClearSpan — we design the structure, bend the steel, manufacture the covers and even install your building, if required.
ClearSpan offers the ultimate in pre-engineered steel and tension fabric covered government and municipality buildings. Because of their faster construction, strength, versatility, natural light and cost-effectiveness, tension fabric covered buildings provide an attractive alternative to conventional wood or steel and give you the best value for your investment.
Key benefits of ClearSpan Hercules Truss Arch fabric structures:
- Efficient use of space no internal columns
- Low in cost per square foot
- Fast delivery and set up
- Easy to relocate
- Excellent air quality
- Controlled climate buildings stay warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer
- Abundant natural sunlight eliminates the need for daytime artificial lighting
- Sound-absorbing covers
- Practically maintenance free no painting, just washes with water
- Easily expandable
- Little or no property tax
- Tax advantages seven year depreciation and the benefit of the Internal Revenue Code Section 179
- Buildings maintain their value
Customer Success Stories
The town of Dublin Highway Department was operating with a only a small pole barn to store sand and salt in. Some piles had to be left outside during the winter. According to manager, Brian Barden, "we outgrew the pole barn and needed a bigger structure." He explains that they really wanted something not only bigger, but better; a building that would accommodate several needs at once.