With the fall season approaching, it is time to start considering seasonal tent structures. Whether you need a climate controlled structure to keep your employees warm, or a structure that can shed snow, Mahaffey Fabric Structureshas the solution. All three of our structure designs can withstand severe weather conditions and will keep your project on track from one season into the next.
Mahaffey’s Super Series™ structure ranges from 10 meters to 50 meters in length, with a peak height ranging from 13 feet to 46.5 feet. This structure is lightweight and can be rapidly installed for quick deadlines. The Super Series offers great protection from standard elements such as rain and cold temperatures.Seasonal rains and winter weather often delay critical construction projects,especially concrete pours on a host of different work sites. Mahaffey's Super Series is the choice for projects that don't require a heavy snow load.
The MegaStructure™ is a powerful structure, withstanding winds up to 130 mph, combined with a snow load of 30 lbs. per square foot. Harsh climates are the MegaStructure’s specialty, fighting the elements for you so you can stay on schedule.
(Temporary warehouses are often used to keep projects on schedule during harsh weather)
Our MTS™ structures are versatile, being that it’s easily relocatable and can expand to meet your needs. The structure’s peaked-arch profile makes it ideal for long term applications in the harshest environments. Not only can these structures withstand heavy winds, but they are also able to shed snow.
(The MTS is the most common fabric structure used for environments with a heavy snow load)
Mahaffey can quickly install a portable clear span fabric structures that shelters crews and equipment from inclement weather. Our temporary structures can be heated as well, allowing for proper curing.
If the weather is keeping your crews from working effectively, give us a call. We offer a range of clearspan fabric structures for every need. You can also view our structure selector to find out which structure is right for your next project.