Does your company or non-profit org normally host events for the public? Events allow people to come together for face-to-face interactions. We can all use more of this in the age of social media. A pole building as an event venue works well as a gathering space.
Venue rental is perhaps the single largest overhead. Of course, the cost varies depending on a facility’s size, amenities provided, etc. Even on the lower end of the cost scale, the final fee can easily run into the five-digit range.
To save on this portion of the spending, some companies are investing in their own event space. They do this by setting up a permanent pole building or fabric-covered building, usually on the company’s own premises.
A multitude of benefits come with your own event venue, such as:
- Saving on rental and all associated costs
- Not being bound by restrictive terms and conditions
- Not having to vacate the venue by a certain time; end the event as late as you wish without facing penalty fees
- Using the facility as a storage space or secondary office when not hosting an event
- Not having to set an event date around the venue’s availability
- Beautiful wood finishes. With a little renovation, you can create the atmosphere of a luxury venue.
- Renting the venue—for profit— to other companies for their events or seminars
Contact C&S Construction if your company regularly hosts workshops, tradeshows, lectures, or other PR-based events. We can add numerous optional features to create a pole building that is just as functional as a conventional structure. A pole building as an event venue is one way to drastically cut back on preventable spending.
Edited by Justin Vorhees
Serving customers from Pullman to Bonners Ferry and Wenatchee to Western Montana, including Spokane, Coeur D’Alene, Cheney, Pullman, Sandpoint, Wallace and the surrounding area since 1998