Why are airlines choosing temporary fabric aircraft hangars during the COVID-19 crisis?
With travel restrictions in place across the globe, the aviation industry is now facing an unprecedentedly low demand.
Air Supported Buildings VS Rubb Fabric Structures
Bubbles, sport bubbles, and air supported buildings are popular and affordable alternatives to traditional construction and framed tensioned fabric structures such as Rubb’s solutions.
The Fabric Engineer 2020 – Out Now
The Fabric Engineer is a yearly magazine that looks back on the biggest and best projects from across the Rubb Group.
Rubb and Sprague Energy’s 37 year history
Rubb USA President David Nickerson and Sprague Energy’s Sean McKenzie look back on the companies’ history, spanning 37 years and 7 Rubb buildings.
The 32,000 mile journey of Rubb’s frequent flier
As most people familiar with our products understand, Rubb structures are easily relocatable with minimal loss of materials.
Rubb relocates City of Saco salt storage facility
When the City of Saco, Maine purchased their Rubb salt shed in 2014, they didn’t know that it would be used to build a new Public Works complex six years later and three miles away!
Rubb supports Sanford, Maine airport (SFM) with hybrid fabric building
Rubb Building Systems provided Sanford Seacoast Regional Airport (SFM) with a hybrid insulated membrane covered building.
Rubb leads the way for international business in Maine
Rubb USA has been featured in the summer edition of Maine International Trade Center Quarterly’s newsletter, GlobalView.
Port of Philadelphia expands cargo capacity with additional Rubb Building
Rubb provides third fabric warehouse for PhilaPort, improving its position as a leading US port.