On May 28th at 9:00pm EST, ClearSpan will be featured on an episode of “How It’s Made” airing on the Science Channel. ClearSpan’s segment will highlight what it takes to manufacture the company's line of Hercules Truss Arch Buildings, also known as “Buildings of 1,000 Uses.”

ClearSpan Fabric Structures, with corporate offices in South Windsor, Conn., is the industry leader in design-build fabric structures and manufactures out of its Dyersville, Iowa, distribution center. On May 28th at 9:00pm EST, the company will be featured on an episode of “How It’s Made” airing on the Science Channel. ClearSpan’s segment will highlight what it takes to manufacture the company's line of Hercules Truss Arch Buildings, also known as “Buildings of 1,000 Uses.”

The production crew for “How It’s Made” spent 10 hours filming last May at the company’s Dyersville, Iowa, distribution center. With the episode airing almost a year later employees are excited. “It’s a proud moment when the product of your hard work is put on a pedestal for all to see,” exclaimed Kevin Koch, design and engineer manager.

Many employees were even fans of the show before they filmed at ClearSpan. "It's a show I've always watched, and my kids love watching it with me,” expressed Rob Blush, construction project manager at ClearSpan.

"We’re tremendously proud to have joined an elite group of businesses who have been invited to be examples of companies manufacturing high quality, American-Made products,” said Barry Goldsher, CEO of ClearSpan. He added, “Being recognized by “How It’s Made” is a testament to the hard work, passion and dedication by our outstanding group of employees.”

Be sure to tune in or set your DVR for May 28th at 9:00pm EST on the Science Channel.

Visit www.clearspan.com for more information.