Allsite Structures is the leader in all weather tensioned fabric airplane hangars.
Allsite is a provider of high quality engineered tension fabric structure hangars with a large clear span space that can be constructed in any environment. - Perfect for temporary airplane hangars!
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No matter where you are or the weather, we come to you and construct your specific fabric structure.
Tensioned Fabric Airplane Hangars
The profile of our extruded aluminum frame is much larger and stronger than many other frame types, yet very lightweight. Our high grade aluminum alloy boxed beam frame does not degrade or rust like steel and is very durable.
The heavyweight PVC fabric is tensioned horizontally and vertically, giving the fabric superior rigidity and allowing the fabric to seal the frame. One key strength Allsite maintains over competitors is the tensioned fabric will not flap in the wind or be affected by severe weather.
With a clear span width up to 156’ and a peak height up to 54’, the TFS can accommodate most aircraft. If additional space or height is needed, Allsite has cost effective solutions. Allsite TFS is your aircraft hangar and airport building solution because it is available immediately and is easy and fast to install. Our TFS is engineered to be relocated multiple times and has no foundation requirements.
Mariana Mueller partnered with her local community center to create the Langley Tennis Centre. She saw a need in the community and turned to an underused space into a thriving business and a community hub. With the trainy and cold weather in BC, a facility was needed to house four outdoor tennis courts. Allsite Structure Rentals provided the fabric structures! This gave the community a one of a kind tennis facility that can be used night and day, year round. Not only did the community benefit, Mariana is able to rent the indoor space and wither her team of tennis professionals offer lessons to the community.
~Langley Tennis Centre, Langley, BC
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