The creation of typical tensile structures takes a simple process. It begins with design conceptualization, where the shape of the structure undergoes analysis. The structural form is afterwards modified for enhanced suitability to location and stress conditions. Upon completion of design, supporting structures are built in place for steel erection. For the final phase of fabric installation, the membrane undergoes tension, the process of which entails pulling the fabric in opposing directions to form fabric canopies of specific shape. The final tension fully implements the design specified by clients.