Calhoun Super Structure has launched two new product lines – its Side Entry (SE) line of building profiles and its Gable (GB) line of building profiles – to be made available globally.
The new Side Entry line consists of five profiles ranging in size from 20′ wide to 30′ wide and with different leg heights, while the new Gable line consists of 14 profiles ranging in size from 32′ wide to 100′ wide and with different leg heights. This is the first time Calhoun Super Structure has launched two new product lines simultaneously, and the first product launch since its low-profile Versatile Profile (VP) line in 2016.
“The Side Entry line was developed to provide a storage solution for any customer that requires multiple stockpiles of product and needs quick access to each,” said Allan Ball, Engineering Manager for Calhoun Super Structure. “For example, a landscaping or municipal customer may stockpile gravel, topsoil, sand, and mulch and need to easily access each pile with a loader.”
The new Side Entry line features an opening width up to 45′ wide, and ranges in height from 10′ to 35′ tall. The SE line also features a sloped roof, tall back eave, and optional leg heights from 2′ to 10′ steel legs. The Side Entry line is most suitable for customers looking for asset protection and the quickest and simplest form of access. The new Gable line features a standard 8′ or 10′ high leg height and gable style truss arch for customers in need of greater interior height clearance and an aesthetically pleasing look. Both product lines come with Calhoun’s standard hot dip galvanized steel frames and 12 oz high density polyethylene one-piece fabric cover.
“We are very pleased to be able to provide our customers with even more profile options of our premium high-quality fabric building product,” said Deanna Hope, Marketing Manager for Calhoun Super Structure. “The launch of these two new product lines will further drive Calhoun’s revenue growth that we have already so far seen over the past five years, and allow us to meet the needs of new consumer markets while remaining competitive.”