Light Rail Tensile Membrane Structures

FabriTec Structures designs and builds tensile membrane structures as either discrete or integrated components for train station architecture.

Built in half the time and at around half the cost of conventional construction, our precision crafted tensile membrane structures give architects, city planners, 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 fabric structures can be used for a variety of train terminal applications such as porte-cochère structures to cover entrances, canopy structures to provide weather protection over railway platforms, or as an integrated building envelope structure. Fabric structures are low maintenance, provide abundant natural light, and are sustainable.

Contact us to get more information about our train station tensile membrane 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.

Light Rail Structures

DFW Airport TEX Rail Station at Terminal B

DFW Airport TEX Rail Station at Terminal B

Valley Metro Rail

Valley Metro Rail

Guangzhou South Railway Station

Guangzhou South Railway Station

fabritec structures aia continuing education unit course learning unit

Architects, Learn About Fabric Structures & Earn An AIA CEU Credit

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.

Take CEU Course