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Aggregate Storage: Three Ways Aggregate Suppliers Can Keep Their Materials Dry

August 30, 2018    Aggregate storage needs run the gamut. From snow removal contractors to backyard landscapers, those that serve the municipal and private sectors need a place to store valuable equipment and materials. Aggregate suppliers know how quickly moisture can accumulate and do irreversible damage to goods. To create and maintain a moisture-free environment, […]

Barn Ventilation Design: Getting it Right

August 10, 2018    The Basics of Barn Ventilation The difference between a hot, musty barn and a cool, fresh-smelling barn is an effective barn ventilation system. This is especially true in livestock applications, where moisture and odor accumulate quickly. Inadequate ventilation is not just uncomfortable for workers, it can make animals develop respiratory health […]

Making the Most of an Indoor Tennis Building

August 3, 2018    In Oregon City, Oregon, one tennis enthusiast decided that if she wanted to practice tennis year-round, it was time to get off the outdoor courts and into an indoor tennis building. After exploring several different options, building owner Heidi chose a 72-foot-wide by 130-foot-long Truss Building, which she built with three […]

The Indoor Sports Complex: Why You Should Build an Indoor Sports Facility

Operate Year-Round with Indoor Athletic Facilities Indoor athletic facilities are more than just places to practice in the winter; they’re climate-controlled environments with superior playing conditions that allow everyone, from players to coaches to spectators, to be a part of the experience 24/7/365. There are even more benefits to having an indoor sports facility when […]

Choosing the Right Building Foundation

July 12, 2018    Before diving into a new building project, it’s essential to know what type of foundation will best suit the building and the land on which it is built. Once the location for a structure has been chosen, assess the bearing capacity of the soil where the foundation will be placed. This […]

Take a Look at These New ClearSpan Fabric Structures

June 26, 2018    ClearSpan is always following up with our customers. Check out these videos that our team shot of some recently completed projects. Don’t forget that quotes are always free, and if you Request a Quote before the end of the month, you can take advantage of our current sale, which offers 10% […]

Tesla’s Newest Factory is Inside a Fabric Building

June 21, 2018    Why put a car factory in a fabric building? That was the question on everyone’s minds on June 16, when Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced the company’s newest assembly line was inside a huge, tent-like structure. Musk explained on Twitter that the fabric structure, which he nicknamed Tesla Factory 2.0, was […]

How to Avoid Hay Fires This Summer

June 19, 2018    This time of year, most farmers have finished putting up their first cutting of hay. Preventing household or electric fires is generally common knowledge, however, hay fire prevention isn’t as intuitive as one might assume. Not only can wet hay catch on fire, but the leading cause of hay fires is, […]

ClearSpan Contributes to Construction Business Owner

June 13, 2018 Construction owners and project managers need to regularly relocate jobsites. With the movement of equipment, tools nad workers can come a number of complications. ClearSpan recently contributed an article to Construction Business Owner on how a ClearSpan structure can provide a durable building solution that can easily, and above all else, safely […]

Drones Pave the Way for Farming Efficiency

June 11, 2018    Food waste impacts more than just the economy; it has a hard-hitting effect on the environment as well. Every year, one third of the world’s food is lost during production. Fortunately, advancements in precision agriculture technology are helping to curb this issue. Drones are still commonly thought of in terms of […]