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  • Signature Installs Structure at Tooele Army Depot

    Tooele Army Depot TFS Structure Install

    Background

    In 2009, the US Army’s Edgewood Chemical Biological Center purchased a TFS style tension fabric structure system for use in connection with a project at Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Edgewood, MD. For various reasons, the structure was never deployed.  It was kept in storage and in January of 2016 another project, this one located at Tooele Army Depot in Utah offered the Army the opportunity to utilize the structure system.  However, it was unclear whether the original company that sold the structure was still capable of installing it.  Also, no original drawings or specifications were available to assist whomever would eventually be installing the structure system.  The Army also did not know if all of the necessary parts to properly install it were still intact.

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  • Signature Completes Refurbishment of Choctaw Gaming Facility

    Choctaw Resort & Casino- Grant, OK

    Background

    The Choctaw Nation operates multiple casinos in Oklahoma.  At several of these locations, they chose tension membrane structures to house their gaming or entertainment operations due to their cost-effectiveness, ease, and speed of construction, and flexibility. The structure at the Grant facility was originally constructed by a company that ceased operations in 2009. The fabric used on the original installation claimed a 20-25 year life span but had degraded to the point where it required replacement in less than 15 years.  In fact, the fabric had completely failed in one location, which caused the part of the framework to be exposed and damaged.  Due to this, the Tribe was forced to shut down the structure and cancel performances scheduled to be held inside.

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  • Queen Anne’s County Relies on Signature to Maintain Structures

    Queen Anne’s County Recycling and

    Public Works Structures

     

    Background

    Queen Anne’s County is located in Eastern Maryland on the Chesapeake Bay. Like many counties in the US, they rely on the low-cost, high-quality benefits of fabric structure technology to provide them with critical enclosed space for recycling and road maintenance operations. And like many counties in the US, they have discovered that many structure manufacturers are far more interested in selling new buildings than in providing critical service and maintenance on existing structures. The County owns two structures, both of which have fabric covers nearing the end of their life cycles and badly needed maintenance requirements.

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  • Philadelphia Eagles Choose Signature For Fieldhouse Refurbishment

    Background

    In 2002, The Philadelphia Eagles constructed a 56,000 square foot tension fabric structure to serve as the field house for the NovaCare Complex facility at Broad and Pattison Avenue, across the street from Lincoln Financial Field. It served as the indoor practice facility for the team as well as other activities such as youth football camps, and fan experience events.  After 15 years, however, it was time for a renovation.  The fabric was dirty and worn, partly a result of the facilities location, close to a busy interstate.  Also, the team wanted to correct an oversight in the original design that was limiting the availability of the facility in the summer– the structure was not air-conditioned.

     

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  • Best Hall & Signature To Work Together

    Signature Structures & Best Hall form a partner relationship to bring customs designed fabric building solution.

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  • Telluride Amphitheatre Project Featured

    Signature Structures case study for town of Telluride Amphitheatre completed in October. For additional information on this project or for how we can support your tensile roof replacement, please Click Here or call our main office at 610.882.9030

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