Fabric covered buildings

Our pre-engineered fabric buildings are the well-known WiikHall, built with a structure of aluminium or steel and PVC covers. It is a versatile structure that can be used for almost anything and filled with whatever one wishes.

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Fabric buildings from O.B. Wiik have many uses, such as workshops

Solid – all-purpose

The WiikHall, with its truss structure in supporting frames, can be supplied in different varieties. We stock a large number of arches, which ensures short delivery times.

Aesthetically appealing

For us, it is important that the hall looks good, and that its blends in well with existing buildings near the site where it is set up. That is why it is built with a standard gable roof structure. All in all, it looks like an ordinary building – and in many cases, it works just like a completely permanent building.

Flexible in use

The WiikHall is used for many different purposes, ranging from emergency aid purposes to sports events and other gatherings.

Ultimately, the name is determined by the additional equipment that is included, the business or the people that use it.

Textiles

The sheeting is manufactured in Europe and has undergone flammability testing in accordance with European standards with good test results. The sheeting has one of the highest levels of tear and stretch strengths on the market and is supplied with a five-year warranty against manufacturing defects.

Steel

O.B.Wiik’s fabric buldings with hot-dip galvanised steel frames are dimensioned in accordance with Norwegian and EU standards.

NS-EN-1990 Reliability Requirements

NS-EN-1991-3 Snow Loads

NS-EN-1991-4 Wind Loads

NS-EN-1993 Design of Steel Structures (in addition to national supplements)

Climate conditions –50 °C til +70 °C
Seemingly, an O.B.Wiik buildings looks the same regardless of its location. We adapt our solid basic structure to local climate conditions.

Safe anchoring

The buildings are anchored with base plates on most surfaces. In cooperation with the Norwegian Geotechnical Institute, O.B.Wiik has carried tests to calculate the optimal use of tent pegs for direct anchoring in fields. If there is any uncertainty about the level of anchorage in the ground, we conduct on-site tests.

Contacts for fabric covered buildings