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Greener Constructions: The Impact of Buildings with a Flexible Membrane
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Permodome Buildings: A Green Revolution with Flexible Membrane

The construction industry has a role to play in the ecological transition. Traditional buildings are responsible for a significant amount of carbon emissions, fuel consumption and waste production. Fortunately, in this day and age there are greener alternatives, like Permodome buildings. In this article, learn more about the green impact of buildings with a flexible membrane.

Light and Sturdy Structure

Buildings with a steel structure are designed with structural-grade steel tubes (HSS), which offer strong resistance to loads and bad weather. However, the weight of the structure and the use of a flexible membrane significantly cuts down the weight and the volume of the materials.

In other words, the green impact starts right at the beginning with the transportation of the materials! The shipping, you understand, is less energy intensive because of the reduced weight.

From the outset, we also reduce waste by making precise calculations and designing custom buildings. When we arrive on site, the structure is ready to be installed. Using less materials for a structure that’s just as solid also makes this type of building a more ecofriendly option.

Maximum Durability

It goes without saying that the longer a building last, the lighter its ecological footprint! With a structure made in sturdy steel and a membrane that has a warranty of up to 15 years, you can take advantage of a durable solution that requires little maintenance.

Moreover, modularity constitutes an appreciable advantage: you can easily expand your building without doing substantial construction work that will pollute the environment.

Finally, buildings with a flexible membrane don’t require deep, invasive foundations, which means they don’t disturb the ecosystem. 

Whether you’re working in the industrial, commercial or any other sector, we can help you minimize your environmental impact. Leave it to the Permodome team at Saint-Mathieu-de-Beloeil, close to Longueuil, Chambly, Saint-Hyacinthe and a few minutes away from Montréal.

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