When it comes to providing shelter for temporary and permanent building solutions, Rubb Building Systems has the engineering skills it takes to get the job done. In fact, Rubb’s most recent mining building project was to build a 60′ wide by 117′ long BVE structure with a sidewall height of 26′ for a truck maintenance and assembly facility at Marshall Industries. So when our team heard about LeTourneau’s L-2350 Guinness World Record, “Biggest Earth Mover,” which “boosts 160,000 pound payload”, you could say we weren’t intimidated.
The Rubb Building Systems team is a leading supplier of relocatable port buildings worldwide and features PVC membrane clad structures that are not only cost effective, but also durable and customizable for any building solution, especially within the mining and energy sector.
Our team of engineers can design mining and energy facilities for any project need, whether it be a bulk storage warehouse for hazardous materials and explosives, or a two-story high vehicle and maintenance workshop for the world’s largest, front-end wheel loader.
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