Webinar: Fabric Structure Materials and Applications
Fabric buildings have advanced considerably from the basic hoop buildings of the past. Options now range from simple buildings put together in a few hours to large, permanent structures with custom architectural features designed to suit any application. Understanding the materials used in fabric structures and how they work together is key to specifying high-quality, long-lasting buildings.

The advantages of fabric structures include natural light, resistance to corrosion, non-conductivity and fast construction. Some types of buildings also include complete customization and in-house services. Attend this webinar to learn why and how fabric structures are used around the world in industries ranging from mining, to salt storage, to sports centers.

In this webinar, you will learn:
  • The different types of fabric structures and the pros and cons of each
  • The factors that determine the quality and longevity of a fabric structure
  • Applications of fabric buildings for several industries

About the Speakers:

Nathan Stobbe is General Manager of Legacy Building Solutions. He has over 15 years of experience in the fabric structure industry, both as a member of the original committee for developing CSA S367, the guideline for pre-engineered membrane structures, and as co-founder of the Membrane Structures Manufacturers Association.

He also holds several patents for fabric structure construction. As General Manager, Nathan leads Legacy’s growth through innovation and vision.

Jeff Williams is Legacy’s Vice President of Sales. He has over 23 years of collective experience in fabric structure and large scale industrial storage products industries. He also brings extensive and comprehensive knowledge to the Legacy team in the military, gaming, recreational, sports, entertainment, international and environmental market segments.

Dwayne Moench is the Senior Structural Engineer for Legacy Building Solutions. Licensed in 26 states and five provinces, Dwayne oversees the engineering department, where he is responsible for providing engineering analysis, technical expertise, detailing, customization and retrofitting of fabric membrane structures.

Your attendance at this webinar is sponsored by Legacy Building Solutions. To watch, please complete the form on the right.