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Eagle Rigid Span Buildings

 

May 2010 Issue

 

     The unique open span of a wood truss, Eagle Rigid Span building allows for 100% usable wide open space inside the building. Open buildings can be up to 120 feet wide with tall walls, creating a perfect space for barns and riding arenas.

     Eagle Rigid Span buildings generally cost up to 30% less than either conventional or steel construction methods, and are highly energy-efficient.

     Wood is attractive, warm, and workable. It is also durable, cost-efficient, readily available, and aesthetically pleasing. A renewable resource, wood produces less air and water pollution than any other building material.

     Eagle Rigid Span combines three structural systems into one creating a pre-engineered box beam construction truss. Because each truss and frame is in four pieces which bolt together with steel plates, up to a 6,000-square-foot building frame can be shipped as one semi-truck load. The buildings are virtually bird-proof, as there is no place for a bird to roost or build a nest.

     Wood framing makes the buildings easy to finish inside and out, and allows for thick insulation in walls and roofs, reducing heating and cooling costs. Roof pitches can be from 1/12 to 12/12, and traditional Gambrel style roofs are also available.

     Eagle Rigid Span buildings are highly functional and in use as churches, airplane hangars, hockey rinks, school gymnasiums, commercial buildings, warehouses, and of course, barns and riding arenas. The buildings are non-corrosive, and so they even work well for storing fertilizers or road salt.

     Eagle Rigid Span has been manufacturing open truss buildings since 1989. The company is based in Bismark , North Dakota . To find out more information about Eagle Rigid Span Buildings, visit www.eaglerigidspan.com or contact Bruce Roth, the Northern Rockies dealer, at Castle Reef Enterprises, 406-799-9896 or 406-467-3294.

 

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