With the popularity and demand for tensioned fabric structures growing, FabriTec finds itself welcoming new opportunities daily to collaborate early on with architects, engineers and owners in a method of design-assist architecture.
With so many architectural styles and so many industries, architects and engineers may come a project with different backgrounds and expertise. Tensioned fabric structure design is its own specialized field of architecture attracting industrial designers and architects who understand the fundamentals of shape, form and function and whose creativity and technical ability make them well-suited for the job.
As your design-assist partner, FabriTec is here to help you take your concept from design to reality by providing advanced 3D-modeling and animation using proprietary software developed by our own people, and utilized industry-wide.
As the tensile membrane industry’s leading experts, we can do more than just provide input on fabric options like ETFE, PTFE, PVC, and HDPE. With design assistance from FabriTec, you’ll enjoy the added benefit of working hand-in-hand with our in-house engineering team that through cost and budget analysis, may recommend alternative steel options and connection details for a value-engineered design that fulfills the design’s functional needs, is aesthetically pleasing and still meets cost requirements.
Wind and snow loads, snow guards, ice damns, gutters, electrical and other concerns are handled during the 3D modeling phase, and not out in the field where it could impact construction trades.
Our highly experienced team has developed many award-winning and critically acclaimed tensile membrane systems adorning some of the most dramatic and monumental projects built in the new millennium including stadiums, airports, amphitheaters, resorts, transit centers, and hospitals. Because each tensile system is a one-of-a-kind creation from an architect’s imagination, the possibilities are boundless.
Here is a look at a wide range of design-assist projects. Click on each image to be taken to its gallery: