Contractors

As designers, engineers and manufacturers of our own proprietary freespan truss systems, including fabric roof and steel roof freespans, We Cover Structures offer our customers the best structure along with custom design–build services.

 

 

Approved We-Cover Contractor

Supporting our business development, We Cover also supplies our proprietary freespan truss systems to approved independent contractors as the backbone of their design-build projects. We work closely with these contractors and train them in the proper building process of a We-Cover steel truss freespan building.

If you are interested in learning more about becoming a We Cover Structures Approved Contractor, please contact us to discuss the opportunities.

Ridgeline from Start to Finish

From start to finish, every Ridgeline building is engineered for success. As a pre-fabricated steel structure, your Ridgeline building is custom designed to suit your specific needs before it arrives on site. We will engineer your building to meet or exceed local building codes. The result is an engineered steel structure that shows up on site ready for a simple, pre-planned construction process.

Blueprints

1. BLUEPRINTS
Blueprints signed and
sealed by a certified engineer.

Unloading

2. UNLOADING
Trusses and components
are unloaded at the site.

Epoxy

3. EPOXY
Applying epoxy to the
anchor bolts.

Side Columns

4. SIDE COLUMNS
Setting the side columns

Lifting the Trusses

5. LIFTING THE TRUSSES
Lifting the trusses
and bolting fast.

Braces and Cables

6. BRACES & CABLES
Installing the bracing
and cables.

Lumber

7. LUMBER
Installing the lumber
on roof and sides.

Siding and Roofing

8. SIDING & ROOFING
Finish with siding and steel
or shingled roofing.

WeCover from Start to Finish

When you biuld a WeCover fabric roof structure, you are getting 15 years of engineering and design. As a pre-fabricated steel structure, your WeCover building is custom designed to suit your specific needs before it arrives on site. Since the fabric roof comes in sections with specific widths to match your truss spacing, the installation process is simplified. The result is an engineered steel structure that shows up on site ready for a simple, pre-planned construction process.

Blueprints

1. BLUEPRINTS
Blueprints signed and
sealed by a certified engineer.

Unloading

2. UNLOADING
Trusses and components
are unloaded at the site.

Epoxy

3. EPOXY
Applying epoxy to the
anchor bolts.

Side Columns

4. SIDE COLUMNS
Setting the side columns

Lifting the Trusses

5. LIFTING THE TRUSSES
Lifting the trusses
and bolting fast.

Braces and Cables

6. BRACING
Installing the cables
and bracing

Lumber

7. FABRIC
Install the fabric
roof panels

Siding and Roofing

8. CLADDING
Finish the building with side
and end wall cladding

 

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