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Portable structures to Tulsa, OK.

State, City, Address - Tulsa, OK 74115
Length (m) - 66
Other Width - 55
Other Heigh - 209
Type - Insulated
Type (2) - Relocatable
Foundation - Not needed
Halls covering material - PVC fabric
Planning exploitation date - soon
Purpose of use - aircraft hangar
Building place / address (if known) - Tulsa, OK
Ground coating (building place) - Asphalt


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100,000 sq ft tent structure to rent Edison, NJ

Hello

I represent a not for profit group that is need of a 100,000 sq ft tent structure to rent for 3 weeks during the summer 2007. We are located in Edison, NJ. Please email or call back if this is a service your firm can provide us.

Thank You

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have not been rated yet Category: Marketplace Viewed: 1847 Author nikp77 28 december 2006 Comments (0)  

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Fabric structures to Weston, FL (USA).

Our Company, currently based in Weston, FL (USA) is considering relocating soon to a field own by its President in an adjacent rural area.
For the purpose, we find your fabric buildings extremely interesting since our budget is limited as for a more common material or steel building.

Out warehouse/office needs could be fully satisfied with an enclosure of roughly 50' by 100' with a lateral height of at least 15' and a center height of no less than 18'.

We might have the capability to self assemble or install the structure and fabric (if at all possible) so please split any quote you will send us in two.
One including ONLY the structures and fabric pieces with the proper assembling instructions, engineering designs and calculations, etc, etc.
A second one including ALL the aspects of the construction and installation as to receive the facility ready to be occupied.

The main activity planned to the enclosed area will be storage and assembling of electromechanical equipment.

If interested on submitting a quote, please e-mail me all the remaining specific information you'll need and I will promptly get back with you with the responses and surely more questions and comments.

Thank you very much for your serious consideration.



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Giant tent structure to be built in Astana.

Kazakhstan has unveiled a new architectural project for its capital Astana - a giant transparent tent that will contain an indoor city.



The 150m-high (500ft) dome, designed by UK architect Norman Foster, will be built in just over a year. The tent is being made from special material that absorbs sunlight to create the effect of summer inside. Astana lies in the very heart of the Central Asian steppe. Temperatures there often drop to -30C in the winter...

'Difficult project'

The final shape of the world's biggest tent was revealed in a 3D model by Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev.
The idea is to recreate summer, so that when the outside temperature is -30C, the residents of the Kazakh capital can play outdoor tennis, take boat rides or sip coffee on the pavement cafes. Called Khan Shatyry, the project is designed by Lord Foster, who has recently built a giant glass pyramid in Astana.

"Nothing of the sort has been done before, and from the engineering point of view it's an extremely difficult project," says Fettah Tamince, the head of Turkey's development company Sembol that is building the tent.

Mr Tamince is nevertheless confident the company can complete the construction in just 12 months...

'Huge risk'

It is a hugely ambitious undertaking, but so is Astana itself.
It was just over 10 years ago that President Nazarbayev decided to move the capital from Almaty to the very heart of Kazakhstan. Since then the government says it has spent $15bn (£7.7bn) on construction, although some believe the figure is actually much higher.

For this oil rich state, which is an increasingly important global energy player, cash is not a problem. Still, Mr Nazarbayev recently told the BBC that moving the capital was the riskiest step he had ever taken, and that Astana was one of his biggest achievements.
"It was a huge risk, and I took it intuitively," Mr Nazarbayev said.

"I put everything at stake, including my career and my name. I knew if I had failed it would be a fatal failure, but the success would also be the real success."

At the time, the president added, no-one seemed to believe that he would be able to create a real city in the steppe. But the Astana skyline still looks more surreal than real - with its marble palaces, shining skyscrapers, metal structures and abstract statues, all surrounded by vast, snow covered emptiness.

Soon, rising above it all, will be the illuminated glass dome of the Khan Shatyry - an appropriate addition, it seems, to Astana's oil-money fuelled architectural extravaganza.


Source: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/6165267.stm


have not been rated yet Category: Membrane structures Viewed: 7016 Author Raoul Moerkerken 27 december 2006 Comments (3)  

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Inflatable tents to United States of America.

Country - usa
Other Length - 300
Other Width - 200
Inner skin - Yes
Inside temperature (+C°) - 25
Outside temperature (-C°) - 0
Heating system - Nothing
Revolving doors (quantity) - 2
Emergency doors (quantity) - 2
Lightning - Indirect
Purpose of use - Track and practice field
Planning exploitation date - 2008
Additional information - The is only an initial inquiry a range of cost is ok. Will you lease something like this.


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have not been rated yet Category: Marketplace Viewed: 2572 Author vingida 27 december 2006 Comments (3)  

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Portable hangars

Fabric buildings from Cover-All


 


Cover-All Building Systems provides pre-engineered membrane structures for 18' to 1 60' feet wide and to any length required for your project. Behind each Cover-All building is a worldwide team of dedicated professionals, an ISO 9001:2000 certified manufacturing facility , and continual investment in product research and development to ensure we remain the industry leader. We are proud to offer the most logical and advantageous pre-engineered building solution available, and are committed to creating enthusiastically satisfied customers.

The quality of our products has taken Cover-All into agricultural, industrial, commercial and residential markets. From a drydock repair facility to large dairy barns; from the World Market Center to Spruce Meadows riding arenas, Cover-All is providing innovative building solutions for an ever expanding number of applications.

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Post rating: Satisfactory Category: Portable hangars Viewed: 3344 Author rtaylor 13 december 2006 Comments (0)  

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Tensile architecture by Shenzhen Xinwangjiao Space Film Technical Development Limited.

Shenzhen Xinwangjiao Space Film Technical Development Limited

Shenzhen Xinwangjiao Space Film Technical Development Limited (hereinafter referred to as “Shenzhen Xinwangjiao Ltd.”), as the member unit of China Steelwork Association and China Space Structure Association as well as the deputy director-general member unit of Guangdong Space Structure Association, is an enterprise set up at the end of 1999, who was engaged in film structure industry. With the rapid development of domestic film-work building trades, Shenzhen Xinwangjiao Ltd. has developed into a special manufacturer with achievements spreading over 20 provinces, cities and regions.

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Hangars to SAUDI ARABIA.

Country - SAUDI ARABIA
Length (m) - 50
Width - 20
Wall height (m) - 4
Side covering material - Rigid side panels
Period of exploitation - All around the year
Flooring system - Needed
Doors (quantity) - TWO
Inner skin - Yes
Printing on the hall - Yes
Purpose of use - Party festival Hall
Planning exploitation date - 6 months
Ground coating (building place) - Gravel


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Inflatable buildings

Inflatable structures from INFLATABLE IMAGES.

INFLATABLE IMAGES

Founded in 1982, Inflatable Images has been counted upon by literally thousands of large corporations, government agencies, schools, sports teams and small companies alike to produce some of their most memorable inflatables for any event.


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