New business offers clear-span, multipurpose buildings

Published on Wed, Apr 3, 2013
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Kincora Structures, a full-service design-and-build firm that specializes in clear-span fabric-hybrid structures has opened in Bellingham.

Owned by Brian McCall, a 2004 Blaine High School graduate, Kincora Structures serves western Washington and offers durable cost-effective buildings for a variety of uses.

The structures, which are fabric-hybrid buildings, can be partially or fully enclosed, insulated and heated, McCall said. They are used as equestrian arenas, warehouses, commodity storage and workshops, as well as in the agricultural, aviation, boating and manufacturing industries, he added. 

McCall has more than 10 years of experience in the construction industry, including six years with fabric-hybrid buildings and his company offers durable, cost-effective buildings for a variety of uses.

“The time and financial savings in installing these buildings are substantial,” McCall said. “They provide natural light, are easy to maintain and come with a 15-year warranty. The hot-dipped galvanized steel and the heavy duty, fire-retardant fabrics are engineered to provide the customer with a safe and durable structure for years to come.”

For more information, call Kincora Structures at 360/746-6596 or visit kincoraus.com.