BVE Structure


The BVE building truss design originated in the UK and sports a vertical sidewall like the NV.


The major difference is an additional facet at the top of the leg truss that lowers the angle of the roof truss. This allows for more interior clearance over the full width of the building, useful for breakbulk and warehousing applications.


BVE structures can be designed with single or multiple roof pitches per span. Several spans can also be linked together.


The BVE can be customised in a number of ways. The leg height can be extended for additional interior clearance, and the entire building can be placed on rollers for mobility.

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Explore Rubb’s patented Thermohall® insulated cladding system, which delivers many cost effective and eco-friendly benefits. Thermohall® fabric can be used to clad all Rubb BVE structure types. Insulation can be supplied in thicknesses from 50mm to 200mm, providing the best cost saving thermal solution.

Thickness U Value (SI) W/m2K R Value (US) ft-F-hr/BTU
50mm (2in) 0.67 W/m2K R11
100mm (4in) 0.36 W/m2K R19
150mm (6in) 0.25 W/m2K R27
200mm (8in) 0.19 W/m2K R35

Outer layer
Flame retardant heavy duty fabric


High density glass wool insulation


Inner layer
Self-cleaning PVC fabric

BVE Structure Projects

With more than 40 years’ experience of designing, manufacturing and constructing custom BVE Structures for all types of applications, we have built up relationships with customers around the world.

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