This customer had a 100+ year-old “bank barn” with a stone foundation that needed replacement. With a herd of cattle and a need for extra storage, the customer was looking at multiple solutions including a new barn or constructing a steel building. He was particularly interested in ensuring proper ventilation given the health benefits of added air movement for the herd.
The customer was looking for the traditional look of a wood barn, but with the natural light and cost-effectiveness of a fabric structure. The facility had to be big enough for multiple riders and engineered to withstand high winds and heavy snow loads. Knowing some fabric structure companies’ buildings don’t meet the strict specifications to be insured against collapse, the customer did a lot of research to make the best choice for a safe and reliable riding arena.
The customer was looking for an equipment storage solution to protect his farming equipment and RV from the elements. At his old site he had a pole barn, but he found it hard to maneuver inside and park equipment. He also wanted a brightly lit interior with minimal use of artificial light.
Already a Calhoun customer with a 42′ x 96′ CC Series building on-site, the customer needed another fabric structure to house his beef cattle herd. He was looking for a quick installation to provide them protection during the cold winter months.
The Town of Hermon was storing and mixing their salt and sand outside which meant dealing with all the headaches, and waste, of exposure. They wanted plenty of indoor storage space that not only had space for storage and mixing in the winter, but also space to store plows in the summer months.
The Town of Clarence needed a new facility with plenty of storage space, as well as enough clearance for salt delivery trucks to drive right inside without risk of damaging the structure.
Pinnacle Agriculture needed a quality building solution that could go up quickly during the winter months. Calhoun dealer, Greystone Construction met the challenge with an impressive VP Series fabric structure.
The customer wanted a safe, durable solution to keep hay dry through the winter. Snow loads can be heavy for months in Ontario, so a quality, engineered structure is a must.
Calhoun’s ability to customize its buildings to suit customers’ needs is one of many reasons why this customer chose to build two Calhoun structures to store their fertilizer, while staying on budget, and on time.
South Central FS needed a large, well-ventilated storage facility for its fertilizer. They found the perfect solution with Calhoun’s superiorly-engineered VP series building.
The owners of this New Hampshire mountain bike centre needed an indoor space for training, and they needed it quickly. Calhoun delivered a totally customized 9,100 sqft. Indoor space for the high-flying riders in only 90 days.
This Stouffville, Ontario boarding and riding facility was losing customers through the winter, because they could not accommodate indoor horse-riding. A Calhoun fabric structure offered On the Forest Boarding an affordable indoor space that met their every need.
This Lakefield, Ontario waste disposal operator never stops shipping and receiving, so we installed a Calhoun structure over an existing transfer site. M & M Disposal & Recyclers was able to continue their operations with minimal interruptions during a quick installation.
This Calgary, Alberta based oil company needed a cost-effective storage solution on a limited budget. Calhoun’s VP Series was the perfect solution for their storage needs.
Toefield, Alberta’s KNM Group needed to protect some large pieces of equipment, which meant Calhoun went to work designing a custom solution to a massive challenge.
Strike Energy Service required a quick turnaround from building delivery to occupation in one week.
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