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A data center located in the Northeast had an expansion project worth millions of dollars and it was getting off to a rocky start. The lunch tent structure installed by a local vendor was proving unreliable. The structure proved too flimsy for the seasonal rains and winds and proved to be a sub-par product for the intended purpose.
A large, nationally recognized construction company decided to find an alternative vendor in the midst of managing multiple expansion projects.
A 200 man lunch tent was designed specifically for large company located in Texas. A clear span tent was used to construct this temporary fabric structure.
When Mahaffey arrived on-site for an installation, it was discovered that one of the 15 concrete foundations the client’s contractor poured for the lunch tent fabric structure was not the size the client ultimately needed. Learn about our creative problem solving approach for this unique challenge.
A Fortune 500 company needed a massive blast-resistant structure in compliance with API RP 756. The answer for this project was a Max 756 structure.
Blast resistant lunch tent facilities installed for Gulf Coast procurement project
Mahaffey installs a multi-use fabric structure to be used as a temporary business continuity tent in Texas
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