“The “Soft Shelters” provided by Federal Fabrics are impressive in their ability to self-inflate without sacrificing strength and resistance to deep snows, heavy rains, strong winds or even intense heat. Designed with the military in mind, the shelters are ready to meet the needs of first responders and evacuees needing protection from the elements.”

Chief Brian J. Pattullo, NERAC Council Chair: Andover Police Chief

“The Mercy Ships Procurement Department would like to extend its heartfelt gratitude to Federal-Fabrics-Fibers, Inc. for your recent donation of Dockside Tents. Without the support of generous people like you, we could not begin to perform our mission to the world’s impoverished people.”

Russ Holmes, Director, International Procurement & Corporate Relations

“Federal Fabrics went above and beyond in helping us design, deliver and deploy our prototype system.  They were excited about our project and helped us  create a unique inflatable shelter solution within our budget and schedule constraints.  The system was delivered on time and it performed extremely well – exactly as designed.  Federal Fabrics creativity and ability to work with us on innovative solutions are significant drivers in our integration successes with our customers.“

Robert Henderson, V.P. Systems Integrations

“One person setup is great!  We had them up for weeks without needing to refill with air.  Super reliable and rugged!”

John Tompkins, Millennium Engineering and Integration

“With the current concerns regarding bio-terrorism, pandemic influenza, and large scale emergencies, the need for a mobile shelter that could provide a chemically and biologically safe location became apparent to local public health departments in the regions. The shelter can function as a medical triage site, and influenza specialty care unit, a dirty bomb shelter, or a portable emergency operations center.”

Sandy Collins, R.N., Director of Health Care Services, Westford, MA

“The high quality construction of the “READY SHELTER” is not compromised by the speed and ease by which it can be erected. Clearly, there is an obvios potential for use of these shelters by members of the public safety community, i.e., emergency response teams, police and/or fire departments.”

Kenneth Lavallee, Superintendent of Police, Lowell, MA