ClearSpan Fabric Structures will be attending the 2017 Waste Expo in New Orleans. The show takes place May 8-11. The firm’s representatives will be located at Booth 2202.
At the booth, the company’s representatives will be available to help customers in choosing the right waste management solution. Specialists will show photos and offer examples of waste-management-related construction projects. Go here for more information.

The firm's buildings offer a structural solution for waste processing, as well as storing equipment and supply materials for waste, recycling and composting needs. The structures are energy-efficient and economical, and the units can be built to any size, according to the company.

The firm’s Hercules Truss Arch buildings feature abundant natural light and spacious interiors without support posts. Each building is fully customizable and can be outfitted with conveyors, overhead cranes and more. The height and wide-open space of the buildings allow easy access for equipment, such as skid steers, conveyors, turning machines and pay loaders.

The manufacturer’s buildings can be custom-engineered to meet regional or municipal regulations. With minimal foundation requirements, the structures can be quickly built at a low cost per square foot. They can be permanent or temporary and are easy to relocate.

ClearSpan serves customers worldwide. It is based in South Windsor, Conn., and Dyersville, Iowa. The firm is a leading manufacturer of tension fabric buildings. The firm offers American-made structures with in-house engineering, manufacturing and installation. The ability to customize designs allows ClearSpan to accommodate the different needs of the individual customer. Call 1.866.643.1010 to speak with a ClearSpan Truss Arch specialist.

In the video, learn how a ClearSpan fabric structure serves recycling operations in Des Moines, Iowa.

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