2013-01-16 15:36:01 - Tensile specialist, Base Structures, unveils a patented membrane sports hall structure that costs just a fraction of traditional alternatives and offers exceptional energy saving qualities.
The standardised modular structure has been designed to meet the recent guidelines for the Priority School Building Programme. Developed by Sprung Structures Ltd, the product is one of the most technically advanced of its type – a stressed membrane structure that combines fast erection sequences with high thermal qualities.
The launch seals a deal where Base is to act as the manufacturer’s representative in the UK for Sprung Structures’ entire product range including hangars and industrial units, providing supply and installation.
The sports hall structure is available in a standard, pre-designed footprint but can be adapted for different sites including reversing the layout, expanding the footprint and cladding options. It also offers the following exceptional qualities:
• Up to 35% cheaper than traditional
• Fully compliant with EFA baseline designs
• In excess of 20 years’ warranty
• ‘Excellent’ BREEAM rating
• An impressive 8 week build programme
• Engineered to withstand wind and snow loads
• Standard option but with flexibility
“We are very excited about the opportunity to develop our product range further with a company that shares the same commitment to quality and innovation while balancing affordability, vitally important in the continued period of austerity said John Dalton, managing director at Base Structures. “This product is another example which demonstrates the versatility of tensile fabric architecture to meet a wide variety of construction needs
“Standardising products is a great way to ensure the viability of important building projects and nowhere is this more important than in the education sector said Grant Feast, at Sprung Structures Ltd. “We are delighted to be working with Base Structures and we believe our modular sports hall structure is a highly attractive prospect for schools with limited capital funding
For further information on the PSBP sports hall structures please contact Kevin Hemmings on +44 (0) 117 971 2229.
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About Base Structures Ltd
Founded in 2001, Base Structures is a specialist sub contractor offering a one stop shop for the design, manufacture and installation of tensile fabric structures.
Operating across Europe, Base has 50 staff and £5million turnover. Notable client projects include Up at The O2, Heathrow Terminal 5, Manchester International Festival, Eden Project and the Mound Stand at Lords Cricket Ground.
Services include bespoke exterior and interior fabric structures, rigging plus a range of pre-designed tensile fabric products, as well as zoo mesh enclosures and the new TEXO® fabric framing system.
For further information visit www.basestructures.com
About Sprung Structures Ltd
The Sprung family has been manufacturing unique fabric solutions dating back to 1887. Originally designed for the extreme climate of Northern Canada and Northern United States, Sprung has delivered over 13,000 structures to over 90 countries around the world and can design for hurricane force winds and heavy snow loads.
Sprung is equipped to respond rapidly to any requirement on a global basis with offices and manufacturing facilities located around the world. Clients include NASA, Shell , BP and projects in the UK include the Ministry of Justice and Education and the Millennium Dome support structures.
For further information visit www.sprung.com
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