Rubb BVE Building Type


 

 

BVE

Structure

 

 

The BVE building truss design originated in the UK and sports a vertical sidewall like the NV.

 

The major difference is an additional facet at the top of the leg truss that lowers the angle of the roof truss. This allows for more interior clearance over the full width of the building, useful for breakbulk and warehousing applications.

 

BVE structures can be designed with single or multiple roof pitches per span. Several spans can also be linked together.

 

The BVE can be customised in a number of ways. The leg height can be extended for additional interior clearance, and the entire building can be placed on rollers for mobility.

 

Span Types

 

20m span x 5m Leg

 

25m span x 6m Leg

 

30m span x 5m Leg

 

40m span x 6m Leg

 

*Please note the span profiles above are examples. All Rubb buildings are custom designed to clients' needs.

 

Insulated Option

 

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Projects

 

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