In what instances does purchasing a fabric building make sense for you or your business? This is hard to say, but a fabric building from Fast Cover isn’t the best building for all building uses. Fabric buildings do not make good multi-floor office buildings. Fabric buildings do not make good houses or good apartment buildings. But when you are putting together your construction plan for these types of projects, consider how a fabric building as a Temporary Construction Warehouse can be an invaluable asset to your plan.
Protect Your Inventory
For a large-scale building project, you likely have a large-scale timeline, stretching into months, or more. During your construction project, you have many types of materials arriving on-site, some for immediate use, some for future stages. Similarly, you many types of equipment on-site, some are needed continuously and some less frequently. With the climate we experience here, your materials and equipment may be exposed to UV rays from sunlight, wind, dust, rain, snow, and hail, maybe even all within the same week. With a temporary construction warehouse, you can have a secure on-site storage facility to protect your inventory and equipment from weather damage, theft, and accidental damage.
Fast Cover fabric buildings are built with their unique continuous base rail system. This feature results in incredible flexibility in both where and how buildings can be erected. The foundation options range from ground mounts, screw anchors, temporary concrete blocks, and more. In fact, the whole building, foundation, steel trusses, fabric cover, end walls, and doors can all be assembled, disassembled, and moved to the next project location. This also makes the location of the temporary construction warehouse an easier decision to make as you have more flexibility to locate it where it is most suits your needs.
Rapid Assembly/Disassembly Time
One of your concerns may be the additional time needed to erect a warehouse only to have to remove it at the end of the project. But consider how having a temporary warehouse on site will give you the flexibility of scheduling material deliveries and eliminate delays due to any weather damaged materials. Now also consider that many Fast Cover buildings, which are shipped in modular components, can be erected with a week, often less, including placement of foundations such as concrete blocks.
A Fast Cover building as a Temporary Construction Warehouse will pay for itself many times over as you use it for future construction sites.