GTX Series – Gable Truss Buildings

Go Big with GTX Series Fabric Buildings

The Alaska Structures® GTX™ Series of gable truss buildings are uniquely suited for commercial, industrial, and governmental applications that require large open-span structures. GTX Series fabric buildings are energy-efficient, highly portable, and easier to safely install than traditional wood, metal, or brick-and-mortar structures. Our American-made thermoplastic fabrics and architectural support systems are renowned for their durability and ability to withstand high winds, heavy snows, and inclement weather in the world’s most extreme climates.

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Alaska Structures offers hundreds of sizes, styles, and configurations for our rugged GTX Series of large fabric membrane structures. If you want more information or a price quote for a GTX Series gable truss building for standalone or camp system use, use the form at right to fill out an online request or call +1-907-344-1565 to speak with a building specialist.

Experience GTX Versatility

Since 1975, Alaska Structures has handcrafted thousands of high-quality fabric building solutions that are used for commercial, industrial, and governmental applications around the world. Our GTX Series of tension membrane structures are uniquely suited for use as:

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GTX Series Specifications

The GTX Series of gable truss fabric structures is available in hundreds of sizes and configurations. Here are a few of the most common:

  • Widths: 16' (4.88m) to 150’ (45.72m)
  • Lengths: Any length allowing for arch spacing
  • Arch Spacing: 10’ (3.05m), 12’ (3.66m), 15’ (4.57m), 20’ (6.10m)

Frame Options:

  • Base: Continuous perimeter steel tube base or steel base pads
  • Truss Depth: 14” (35.56cm), 24” (60.96cm), or 34” (86.36cm)
  • Truss Chords: Galvanized steel
  • Truss Web: Galvanized steel

Anchoring System Options:

  • Determined by specific engineering requirements
  • Ballast bars for weight anchors
  • Rail system for ISO containers, dry docks, roadways, or any level surface
  • Read more about anchoring and foundation options

Cover/End Wall Fabric:
18 oz. vinyl fabric, cable contour or keder/track system every arch. Webbing and ratchet tension system with pull down bars for base.

Load Specifications:
Alaska Structures GTX Series gable truss fabric structures are engineered, designed, and tested for wind and snow loads for the area of intended use.

Engineering Technical Input/References:

  • 2012 IBC Building Code
  • ASCE/SEI 7 Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures
  • AISC Manual of Steel Construction, 14th Ed.
  • AISC Design Guide 24: Hollow Structural Sections Connection Manual

Color Options:
Blue, Gray, Green, Red, Tan, White, Yellow

Choose GTX for Great Designs

The Alaska Structures GTX Series building system is available in hundreds of sizes and configurations. You can choose options such as proprietary insulation systems, HVAC systems, and lighting and electrical systems. You can add a wide variety of door options to maximize the usefulness of your GTX Series building.

At Alaska Structures, we engineer and design all of our fabric buildings for fast assembly and disassembly, making them the most portable fabric tension structures on the market. We can also provide expert project managers to guide you during the quick installation of a GTX Series building that can be up to 150 feet (45.72m) wide and any length.

Our GTX Series truss support system is easily expandable to grow with your needs, and the long field-life of every Alaska Structures fabric structure ensures decades of safe use. GTX Series buildings can also be designed with a rail-based roller and track system that can be securely anchored to ISO containers, dry docks, roadways, or any level surface. We offer automated and manpowered versions of this system.

At Alaska Structures, we subject all of our engineering to third-party testing. GTX Series fabric structures can be designed to meet local building codes, and they can be installed with less site preparation than structures made of wood, steel, brick and mortar and other traditional construction materials.

Contact Us About Your Project

If you'd like more information or a price quote for field-tested Alaska Structures systems, fill out our online request form below, or call +1-907-344-1565 to speak with a building specialist.