& Marine Buildings
Rubb’s port warehouses and marine storage building continue to grow in popularity and offer flexible, effective, clear span space and low lifetime costs.
Rubb supporting port operations
Rubb port storage buildings offer marine terminals a solution that allows for maximum flexibility with respect to multiple handling methods and configurations. Relocating and re-using these port buildings is easy and cost effective, which is ideal for the continuous growth and high demand of any port.
The PVC coated fabric on our marine structures will not corrode in a port environment and allows the structure to accept differential settlement without the need for expensive pile foundations. These same features give Rubb an advantage when it comes to preventing leaky roofs - an issue that is common at many port facilities. Hot dip galvanization also allows for our steel frames to resist salt water corrosion and rust.
Rubb structures provide large, column free spaces that are illuminated by natural light through the translucent roof, saving on electricity costs over a long term period. This important feature allows a safer, more efficient working environment than is available in traditional construction port bulk storage facilities.
Rubb buildings are suitable for storing any variety of goods, even extremely sensitive materials. Our climate-controlled warehouses allow for dehumidified storage environments, while our bulk storage and break bulk warehouses are ideally suited for storage of materials under the strenuous conditions of the marine environment.
In addition to port storage buildings, we offer shipyard buildings to enclose fabrication and maintenance projects, as well as ship cocoons and barge covers to allow for the protection of bulk goods while at sea.
Port & Marine storage projects
With over 35 years experience of designing, manufacturing and constructing custom buildings to cover all port operations and cargo processing, Rubb has built up relationships with high profile clients across the globe.
Located on the Patapsco River, the new Rubb port storage structure, a 120' x 700' twin link BVE with a 16.4' leg utilized a modified I-beam foundation with uplift pads and ground anchors...
Rubb provided a 220` x 525` BVE Range bi-link port warehouse structure which provides an additional 100,000 square feet of transit storage in addition to covering the port`s railroad siding...
The Port of Philadelphia faced an urgent need in the summer of 2003 to enclosed over one hundred thousand square feet of storage space at the Tioga Marine Terminal on the Delaware River...
Located along Portland Maine's waterfront, Sprague Energy's new climate controlled warehouse at the Merrill Marine Terminal is the crown jewel and seventh Rubb structure at this active port facility...
Rubb hands on deck to create yacht storage facility. Rubb Inc provided a ‘green’ boat storage building at Kittery Point Yacht Yard, USA...
Port cargo and bulk storage building supports Integrated Logistics. Rubb Building Systems stepped up to help a Canadian stevedoring company find a port storage building solution for the handling of bulk, break bulk, containerized and special project cargoes...
Port Structure Types
Please view the ideal Rubb structure types for your port and marine project below. Different size shelters and warehouses are available to accommodate all port and marine activity.
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