Your source for durable, cost-effective, easy-to-construct clearspan frame-supported membrane structures in energy-efficient, versatile designs.

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Built beyond spec

Ground Snow Load

Upwards of 100 psf

Seismic activity zones

Categories A-D

High wind speeds

Up to 180 mph

Collateral loads

Negative pressure, HVAC, fire suppression, and more

Fire resistance

Class 1 flame-spread rating

Cut energy costs with Thermohall®

Rubb’s patented Thermohall® insulated cladding system delivers cost-effective and eco-friendly benefits and can be used to clad all Rubb structure types. Insulation can be supplied in thicknesses from 2in to 8in, providing the best cost-saving thermal solution.

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Thickness U-Value (SI) W/m2K R-Value (US) ft2-°F-hr/BTU
2in (50 mm) 0.67 W/m2K R11
4in (100 mm) 0.36 W/m2K R19
6in (150 mm) 0.25 W/m2K R27
8in (200 mm) 0.19 W/m2K R35

Outer layer
Flame-retardant, heavy-duty fabric

High-density glass wool insulation

Inner layer
PVC-coated polyester fabric

Accessories and components

Door systems

Our door options include access doors, RSDs, PVC doors, sliding doors & large hangar doors.

Lighting and ventilation

We design and install complete lighting and electrical packages to suit the business needs within all buildings.

Fabric cladding

Choose from a range of PVC fabric colors, so our customers can always find the perfect setup for their project.

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Commonly asked questions

Fabric buildings from Rubb are built to last. The galvanized steel frame will last indefinitely, while the PVC membrane typically lasts in excess of 20 years. The materials’ durability, coupled with advanced engineering, ensures longevity even in challenging environmental conditions.

Rubb Fabric Structures provide extensive customization options. Clients can tailor dimensions, shapes, colors, and additional features to meet their needs, from doors and ventilation systems to specialized elements.

Rubb’s fabric buildings offer several advantages over traditional steel structures. They are cost-effective, have faster construction times, are energy efficient with natural light, and offer versatile design possibilities. The fabric material is durable and can withstand challenging weather conditions.

Yes, Rubb Fabric Buildings are designed to meet or exceed local code requirements. The company’s commitment to engineering excellence ensures that structures comply with necessary codes and regulations, providing clients with confidence in their fabric buildings’ life safety and code compliance.

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