Absolutely. We're very proud of our operations and our doors are always open to customers and anyone considering Southern Bleacher for their stadium project. Just give us a call, and we'll gladly set it up!
You can! In the design phase, we work with the architectural layout of any below-stadium buildings to ensure proper bleacher support and clearance.
Our Interlock 2000 decking system is highly water-resistant though not watertight. It allows water to quickly drain to built-in channels below deck that funnel water to planned drain or collection points.
You're required to have guard railing for certain heights above ground. These railings can be chain link fence (galvanized or vinyl-coated, our aluminum vertical picket railing (the most appealing in terms of both look and strength compared to other standard manufactures) or a custom-designed railing system.
Per the International Building Code, handicap access isn't required if the press box is less than 500 square feet, which is standard for Southern Bleacher press boxes.
Elevator access is the premium choice. We can also furnish accessible stairways with inclined wheelchair lifts or wheelchair-accessible ramps.
Yes, depending on which support structure you choose for your project.
Typical spacing varies from 9 feet to 18 feet, but we can modify steel sizes for even further spacing.
No, we can modify that spacing as needed, but 18-foot spacing is the most efficient and economical design for permanent grandstands.
Portable bleachers are your typical tip and roll often found in gymnasiums. Although the term 'portable bleachers' is dated, today, angle frame bleachers are built out of crossbracing and are your most economical seats. We do not recommend moving these units once anchored as there is a chance hardware might become loose in transport.