Bus Station Tensile Membrane Structures

FabriTec Structures designs and builds tensile membrane structures for bus stations, bus terminals, and bus depots. We work with industry-leading architects, developers, general contractors, and transit authorities to produce some of the most iconic bus station structures around the world. We have built a variety of structures to support transit operations like awnings, covered walkways, covered entryways, porte-cochère structures for arrival and departure areas, and parking structures. Our bus station fabric structures allow transit authorities to provide convenient weather protection for their customers with a modern architectural design. The scalability of our tensile fabric structures allows us to work efficiently on projects ranging from relatively small bus stations to large central bus terminals.

At just a fraction of the weight of glass, the advanced membrane materials we craft our structures from require minimal structural support which allows us to create amazing, fanciful tensile membrane structures previously unimagined. Our tensile membrane bus station structures provide weather protection, are low maintenance, can be designed to allow filtered daylight, and are sustainable.

Contact us to get more information about our tensile membrane bus station structures, or to get a free consultation with the most experienced designers and engineers in the tensile membrane structure industry. Fill out the contact form on this page or call us toll-free at 1-877-887-4233.

Get A Free Tensile Membrane Structure Consultation

Get a free tensile membrane structure consultation with the most experienced designers and engineers in the industry.

Bus Station Projects

El Monte Bus Station

El Monte Bus Station

Vallejo Transit Center

Vallejo Transit Center

Transbay Temporary Terminal

Transbay Temporary Terminal

Texas Medical Center Garage

Texas Medical Center Garage

RTC Sunset Maintenance Facility

RTC Sunset Maintenance Facility

RTC Centennial Plaza Transit Center

RTC Centennial Plaza Transit Center

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Take our Anatomy of a Tension Structure an AIA-approved Continuing Education course which will earn you 1.00 HW LU and a certificate of completion following successful completion of a 9-question quiz at its end. This presentation will inform you on the design, forms and uses, available materials, components and details, and the design/build process for tensile membrane/tension fabric structures.

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