FabriTec Structures, LLC, North America’s leading design/build contractor specializing in tension fabric structures, concludes construction on a steel arch-supported polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) tensile membrane stage canopy as part of on going construction of the new Waterway Square Place development in Woodlands, TX.
Development of the Waterway Square Place includes a new Westin Hotel, permanent performance stage and pedestrian bridge – the only pedestrian bridge to span the Waterway. The pedestrian bridge and performance stage are the latest features under construction in the Waterway Square district of Town Center and will be completed in the first quarter of 2016.
FabriTec Structures was hired to design, engineer, fabricate, supply and install the steel structure and cabling that will support the stage canopy with a total fabric surface area of approximately 595 square feet. All steel fabrication was completed in FabriTec’s 80,000 square foot fabrication plant in Dallas.
Another FabriTec-designed and built stage tension structure Woodlands residents might be familiar with is the iconic Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, completed in 2009, in collaboration with Horst Berger Architects and Fretz Construction.
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About FabriTec Structures:
FabriTec Structures, a design/build specialty contractor, has grown to be recognized as a leading brand in the tensile membrane structure industry. The company offers custom architectural fabric structures for a wide variety of markets including: Airports & Transportation, Retail, Hospitality, Stadiums & Athletic Arenas, Amphitheaters and much more. FabriTec provides imagination and innovation in fabric architecture. Visit our site for more information or follow us on facebook/fabritec.
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