Nuclear Test Site in Mercury, Nevada
Frank Sapena at the Nuclear Test Site in Mercury, NV paid the best testimonial and compliment to everyone here at Vision Building Systems and Coverall today. He stated the structures we have been selling them ((10) 32x30, complete liner, custom roof hatch and 12x12 insulated overhead doors) withstood 95 mph wind speeds last month, and they never moved an inch. The climate control has had also to be perfect, as it was imperative to control climate to one degree. This also has been flawless!
He said that you could barely even hear the wind inside the structure when it was blowing! He was under a lot of scrutiny for purchasing $55,000.00 tents for these tests on the $20,000,000.00 high powered test engines that they are covering, but after the massive wind, everyone in the program thought there jobs were lost!
They have been patting him on the back, which is why he called to thank us for making him look good to everyone involved. The overall program is in the hundreds of millions of dollars! When the wind happened, people in the program were scared to death of the ability of the structure to work and stand up to the wind, as they had several steel buildings fail, cell towers knocked over, and other substantial damage at the site.
They were ecstatic with the performance of our structures, the
design Susan Kiryk help us create, and Dee Pickett's crews helped us
To top it off, they blow the structures up when they finish the engine
assembly, and he is sending us the video of the explosions!
He says they blow up real nice too..
Great stuff and thank you everyone! Video to follow..
Shatto Milk Company
Almost one year ago you may recall hearing about the fact that one of our older barns collapsed due to snow and high winds, well, today we are happy to let you know we have replaced it.
Yep, we replaced that decade’s old facility with a new more modern, tarp top barn that will serve as a place for the cows to come in and escape the elements as well as a place where they can eat and drink. As you can tell by the picture below, the new barn has a lot of saw dust for its base, this helps the cows have a nice soft space to enjoy while it will also absorb any water or material making it easy for us to scrape up and haul off or sell for fertilizer.
We are very excited about this new facility as it is not only wonderful for our cows, but for our employees as well. It provides a very nice place for our cows to reside in during the bitter cold winter months.
When you come visit us on the farm from now on, you will be able to know what building this is as it is the biggest and whitest tarped building just to the north of the silos.
Idaho Equine Hospital
We decided to build an indoor arena to be able to evaluate horses under saddle and during inclement weather. Our fabric tension building was finished in the summer of 2005 and it has been a tremendous addition to our practice. The building is always 10 degrees cooler in the summer and 10 degrees warmer in the winter. It is very easy to light and allows an amazing amount of filtered light in. We have been very pleased that the fabric never makes any noise even during strong wind storms. Our building looks just like it did the day it was finished and we have had no maintenance issues. I can genuinely say we have been 100% satisfied with the support we received before during and after construction. I highly recommend this company to anyone considering a large free span building.
Stuart Shoemaker DVM, ACVS
Idaho Equine Hospital
Surgery and Sports Medicine
United Metal Recycling
We purchased our building over 5 years ago and could not be happier with the way it has performed over the years. The shade it provides in the summer is great and the open ends give us a nice breeze as well. Would recommend this company and product anytime and would not hesitate in purchasing another one.
United Metals Recycling
Baseball Hitting Facility
Hall of Famer Gaylord Perry traveled to Idaho twice to help us raise funds for an indoor hitting facility at Eagle High School . Obviously, cost was a factor and a Cover All structure proved to be the most cost effective building we could erect. It has been a blessing and the structure itself has proven to be all it was advertised. Durable, weather tight, and easy to maintain. It has survived four seasons on a high school campus and thousands of hours of baseball and softball use by players from little league through college. Direct hits from thrown balls and mis-directed bats have not phased this structure. What our program saw initially as a bit of a gamble has turned out to be a great investment not only for Eagle High School but for the entire baseball community in our area.
Head Baseball Coach
Eagle High School