About Rubb

Rubb Buildings Ltd

Rubb started making engineered fabric structures in Norway in 1968 and has gone on to become a world leader in the design, manufacture, delivery and erection of fabric building solutions. We have engineering facilities in the UK, Norway, Sweden and the USA.

Rubb Buildings Ltd manufactures prefabricated, portable structures, relocatable buildings, shelters, hangars and custom facilities to suit individual client requirements. The company provides temporary, semi-permanent and permanent solutions for a wide range of sectors including military, aviation, environmental, general industry, sport, bulk storage, ports, marine, construction, energy, architectural and emergency relief.


  • Bespoke designs and flexibility to suit client needs
  • Minimal foundation requirements
  • Quick delivery and erection time
  • Extendable and relocatable to suit changing circumstances
  • More than 30 years of experience and expertise in the field

Rubb provides a well-engineered steel or aluminium frame and a PVC coated polyester fabric cover which is tensioned over the frame to provide a tight fitting shell. Variations include provisions for alternative materials, such as steel cladding.

Rubb structures are available in single spans of 3 metres (10ft) to more than 79 metres (260ft) by any length. Standard module lengths vary from 3m (10ft) to 5m (16ft). Multi-span options are also available to cater for even bigger facilities.

Rubb has earned a reputation for tackling difficult and unique projects. We have developed substantial structures that can be moved about on wheels or rails or even lifted around a job site in fully erected form. We offer a strong commitment to code and standards compliance. Our customers’ needs are paramount from quotation to installation, project completion and beyond. Explore Rubb Buildings fabric buildings


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