Rubb BVL Building Type


 

 

BVL

Structure

 

 

The BVL structure type is a larger version of the BVE. The design originated in the UK and features a vertical sidewall.

 

The BVL features vertical lattice frame sidewalls and single or multiple lattice roof pitches per span. Multiple modules link to provide sporting or warehousing structures of any length.

 

This allows for more interior clearance over the full width of the building, making it the ideal solution for sports buildings and warehouse systems.

 

The BVL can be adapted in a variety of ways. The leg height can be extended for additional interior clearance.

 

Span Types

 

50m span x 5m Leg

 

60m span x 6m Leg

 

60m span x 10m Leg

 

67m span x 6m Leg

 

70m span x 9m 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

 

 NUFC training building paignton college sport facility RAF kinloss aeroplane hangar British Airways avaition building

 

 

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