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Our building products are available in a wide-range of set configurations suited to meet your unique applications, and are not mass-produced. Thanks to speedy delivery and erection, minimal foundation requirements and complete relocatability or extension at any time, our buildings provide enormous advantages over conventional structures. From aircraft hangars to port buildings and industrial applications, all of our products are handmade in Maine, USA, by American craftspeople and meet the highest engineering quality standards. » Tell Me More
"I'm writing to express our sincere appreciation for the quality installation Rubb accomplished for Laconia this past November (2012) in erecting our new Winter Sand Storage building. As you know, this is Laconia's second Rubb installation, and a twin structure to the 50' X 90' steel framed building (with PVC coated polyester fabric covering the roof and the walls) that we first installed in 2003 to serve as our Winter Salt Storage building..."
Paul J. Moynihan -- City of Laconia, NH
"Over the twenty years since our first Rubb building, our appreciation for the Rubb product and the Rubb manner of conducting business has grown steadily. Our experience with rented facilities of conventional design has underscored the superior quality of the Rubb product. Rubb is by far more durable and more flexible, with lower maintenance than conventional structures - both heated and unheated. We have standardized with Rubb, Inc. and look forward to building Rubb VII."
P.D. Merrill -- Merrill Industries
"...An exterior that elicits kudos from all who pass by, and an interior of intricate customer and employee friendly design. The service efficiencies and the employee comforts are unequaled in a cargo warehouse."
Jack Paluska -- United Airlines
"The use of Rubb has allowed United to have some of the most innovative structures of their type while giving us ideal conditions to work in."
Michael White -- United Airlines Worldwide Cargo