The “Bat Wing” Shaped Fabric Structure Will Take to the Sky in late April 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
DALLAS, TX – (March 16,2015) – FabriTec Structures, LLC, North America’s leading design/build contractor specializing in tension fabric structures, is collaborating with SWT Design on the design, engineering and construction of a large tension fabric structure resembling a “bat wing” in phase one of the CORTEX Commons development which includes a central park plus street and sidewalk improvement.
Part of a larger mixed use development project, the CORTEX Commons is situated on the site of an 8.4 acre tech hub known as the CORTEX Innovation Community, offering custom lab and office space, proximity to world-class research institutions, a highly-trained tech workforce, and access to venture capital. The centrally located green space and Pavilion, designed in part by SWT Design, will accommodate large events, all with a high-tech, science-oriented design aesthetic.
The structure is an open-air canopy with three (3) columns supporting 2,445 square feet of PTFE Sheerfill II HT architectural membrane. Scheduled for installation by FabritTec LLC in the second quarter of 2015, this structure is sure to serve the Cortex community as a unifying symbol of its inventiveness and creativity.
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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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