6 Benefits of Architectural Fabric Structures

Frank Bradenburg on Aug 31, 2020 10:26:23 AM

When a client approaches you to begin a new project, do you consider recommending an architectural fabric structure?

gb&d magazineGreen Building  & Design Magazine featured an article, written by Frank Bradenburg, about the types of architectural structures and the benefits of a fabric structure. With almost 40 years of experience, Frank brings expertise in chemistry, engineering, R&D, and product management and development to the architectural fabrics market.

As a recognized member of gb&dPRO, Frank's expertise is acknowledged within the professional community, attesting to his standing as a distinguished authority in the field. The article serves as a valuable resource for those keen on understanding the transformative potential of architectural fabrics in contemporary design and construction practices. His article, 6 Benefits of Architectural Fabrics can be viewed here.

For those with upcoming projects on the horizon, the article serves as an invitation to explore the possibilities that architectural fabrics offer. The team, well-versed in the latest advancements and solutions in the field, is ready to engage in discussions about your projects. Whether it's about harnessing the environmental benefits of fabric structures or incorporating cutting-edge designs, the experts are here to provide guidance and support.

In a rapidly evolving landscape where sustainable and innovative building practices take center stage, Frank Bradenburg's article and the team's commitment to assisting with upcoming projects underscore the pivotal role of architectural fabrics in shaping the future of green and resilient construction. Reach out for a conversation and discover how architectural fabrics can elevate your project to new heights.

Have an upcoming project you'd like to discuss? We're here to help!

Seaman Corporation, manufactures Shelter-Rite® Architectural Fabrics. Made in the USA,  Shelter-Rite® leads the industry in modern materials and methods, producing high performance architectural fabrics for over 70 years. A vertically integrated company, Seaman Corporation develops proprietary formulations, knits, weaves, and coats fabric in two Wooster, OH and Bristol, TN.

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