Matching articles for Buildings & Enclosures: 26
Guest Column - March 2017
Taking sports from a seasonal affair to a year-round offering has gotten a lot easier as manufacturers of fabric structures have continued to innovate new design options.
Web Exclusive - March 2017
The Oklahoma City Tennis Center at Will Rogers Park recently added an award-winning tennis structure housing six regulation courts. The new building brings the OKC Tennis Center to 36 total courts.
Feature Article - February 2017
Expanding sports and recreation programming from seasonal to year-round can be simple, when you consider nonconventional ways to enclose your programs. From air-supported and tensioned membrane structures to yurts and more, there are ways to get it done quickly and efficiently.
Problem Solver - August 2016
Tension fabric structures are airy and spacious, allowing for a large amount of space without requiring internal columns, which might get in the way of play. The sound-absorbing covers and walls help reduce noise inside the structure, which makes for a quieter indoor environment for sports of all kinds.
In addition, you can save time with this type of structure, due to standardization and computer-assisted design. You can save up to a third of the time it will take to construct your facility using other methods.
Consider the advantages of replacing short-term tent applications with a permanent year-round membrane structure.
Facility Profile - March 2016
Without enough ice to go around and a desire to extend the swimming season indefinitely, Collingwood officials found a simple, fast solution to help expand opportunities for sports, fitness and fun.
Feature Article - February 2016
From tensioned fabric structures to air-supported and beyond, there are plenty of options when you want to enclose your recreation, sports and fitness activities without getting involved in a lengthy and complex design-and-construction process.
Guest Column - January 2016
Tensioned membrane structures can be a great, quick solution when you want your facility up and running fast. And with new color options, your ability to customize a unique design has vastly expanded.
Problem Solver - August 2015
In addition, these structures feature sound-absorbing covers and walls, which will reduce noise inside the facility, making for a peaceful indoor environment for swimmers.