Community & Religious Halls

Hall building structures




Current News


Church Building

Alifab has been awarded the contract to build a church hall for the community of Tembsa on the east rand. The rapid roofing structure is ideal for use as a hall for worship. The architect has designed the 24m wide x 50m long free span building in a manner that best suits the needs of this community.

These structures are ideal of erecting where no lifting equipment can be used as none is required for erecting these structures, up to 35m free span width.

Amplibeam structures

The development of the Amplibeam Type 475 has allowed for the extended use of aluminium in structural applications. The Radius arch Structure can now expand to a staggering 45m wide! This combined with infinite length allows for a massive free span structure. All this built without heavy lifting equipment. Now that is news.




Hall applications


Due to its ease of erection the Radius Arch Roofing Structure is ideal for community halls, religious meeting places and social halls. The high roof allows for a large air volume to ensure a stable room temperature over a long period of time. The structure may be fitted with an over purloin ceiling which helps to control the internal temperature.


The roof sheeting may be aluminium for a cooler interior or zinc alume.


The sides and lower gables may be finished to suit your requirements using brick, cladding or glass and aluminium.


For more details on the structure visit our Design Section.