Grandstand Structures

FabriTec Structures designs and builds grandstand structures for a variety of sporting and event facilities to provide shade or shelter from weather conditions such as sun, hail, snow, and rain. We have built grandstands for many sporting event uses including baseball, football, soccer, swimming, and tennis. Our structures are in use by collegiate, professional, and Olympic level venues around the world.

Built in half the time and at around half the cost of a conventional building, our precision crafted tensile membrane structures give architects, engineers, and developers a great alternative to conventional construction. There are shapes, forms, and surfaces we can create with lightweight fabric architecture that cannot be replicated with any other method of construction. Our grandstands are low maintenance, provide abundant natural light, and are sustainable.

Contact us to get more information about our grandstand 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-(855) 734-6348.

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Grandstand Structures

Toyota Stadium

Toyota Stadium

Chapman University Stadium

Chapman University Stadium

Northside Swim Center

Northside Swim Center

Cape Town Stadium

Cape Town Stadium

Arvest Ballpark

Arvest Ballpark

Darling Tennis Center

Darling Tennis Center

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