The patented Long Bay® System provides up to 60-ft. of unobstructed column-free spaces to maximize open floor space for design flexibility. Open web truss sub-frames simplify the installation of mechanical and electrical systems and provide roof support. Available with tapered or straight interior columns; sidewall columns may not be necessary for buildings that include completely load-bearing walls. Compatible with tilt-wall or pre-cast concrete, EIFS and curtain wall assemblies, masonry, brick and insulated or single-skin metal wall panels, Long Bay® buildings may be ordered with a Robertson standing seam roof or can be used with B-deck for a built-up or single-ply roof.
An eave strut is a structural member located at the eave of a building that supports the roof and wall paneling and may act as a strut to transfer bracing loads to frames.
A purlin is a horizontal structural member in a framed wall that provides lateral support to the roof panels to resist wind loads.
A wall structure that is a horizontal structural member that attaches to the sidewall or endwall columns and supports paneling.