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Fabric Structures & Applications
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Contract Manufacturing

Fabric Structures & Applications
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Contract Manufacturing

Fabric Structures & Applications
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Contract Manufacturing

Fabric Structures & Applications

We serve you by providing a wide range of services and project capabilities. Our projects involve membrane structures and other architectural, commercial, and industrial project applications.

We work with you

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    Fabric Suppliers

An essential part of our service is that we respect and keep your product development and project information confidential as part of our working relationship.

Who We Are

Fabric membrane structures bring a sense of unique awe to us. We enjoy helping our partnered customers craft a valued project by providing quality service and professionalism that meet customer expectations.

Watch our video to get a peek inside the warehouse and spur some project ideas, then use the button at the top of the page to contact us. We are eager to work with you and your team to bring your project dreams to life.


Waste No Energy, a company that owns and operates a biomass anaerobic digester, selected FabricSpan to design and create the tank roofing for its facility in Monticello, Indiana. The digester required two membrane roofs, one to act as the internal bladder trapping gas between liquid and roof, and the outer bladder surrounded by air to help the structure hold its shape.

I feel FabricSpan is the best fabric digester and inflated cover contract manufacturing companies out there. They provide quality craftsmanship, service, professionalism, and they are easy to work with! It is great to work with someone you can trust and always gets the job done.

Despite the short construction time, Monticello Montessori was built to inspire students for decades to come. "We were able to sit down and design a custom building, a learning space filled with light, with extra square footage so kids didn't feel crowded. The construction is a good use of public funds because it's solid and it's going to last," Meyer said.