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Building permanent and relocatable solutions

25 January 2013

Constructions from Rubb Buildings have hot dip galvanised steel frame (post production) ensuring a long lifespan for the steel structure (40 years plus) in the most hostile weather environments. The PVC fabric on the s

Constructions from Rubb Buildings have hot dip galvanised steel frame (post production) ensuring a long lifespan for the steel structure (40 years plus) in the most hostile weather environments. The PVC fabric on the structures has a lifespan in excess of 25 years, dependant on the environmental conditions.

Should a fire occur within the structure, the fabric will melt away at sustained high temperatures. This will vent the structure and prevent the collapse of the structural steel.

The frame can be refitted with new vinyl in weeks, limiting disruption.

Rubb offers a number of different fabric solutions to suit individual projects, such as a fabric 'mesh' being installed into the gable ends of the facility, providing natural ventilation but preventing waste material being blown outside.

BIR AS in Norway handles refuse for 319,000 households. Its new facility has two NV buildings constructed by Rubb Group. One is 25m wide x 27m long with 4m sidewall.

It has two 6m wide x 7m high Crawford roller doors in one gable and a personnel door. The second is 15m wide x 15m long with 4m sidewall and large vertical lifting door.
 
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