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XPL-series Quick Erect Fabric Shelter Frame.

New Portable Survival Structures for the 21st Century

The harshest environments call for the toughest protection. Alaska Structures fabric building systems offer unsurpassed product reliability and support for military, medical, industrial, and commercial clients around the world.

Using high-strength laminated thermoplastic fabric and sturdy metal frames, Alaska Structures builds fabric buildings that conform to all current local building codes. Our SQ-Series portable survival structures and emergency shelter systems are designed for deployment without the need for formal training, allowing for efficient and rapid installation on-site. The high quality and strength of our specially engineered fabric structures offers maximum survivability in the harshest climates.

Portable survival systems from Alaska Structures are very compact, allowing for easy transportation via aircraft or vehicle. They are commonly used on remote exploratory expeditions, military shelters, mining and oil speculation assignments, drilling operations, and geological surveys. From the Arctic Circle to Antarctica, our survival shelter systems keep people safe no matter the conditions.

When combined with our other shelter systems, our portable emergency and survival systems can be a key aspect of your turnkey base camp or expeditionary camp deployment plan. Whether you need to protect a vital arctic pipeline or simply house a team of employees in a remote area, Alaska Structures and our expert technology and engineering team can create customized fabric camp systems or portable survival structures designed specifically for your needs.

Call Alaska Structures today at +1-907-344-1565, email us, or complete the contact us form and we’ll get back to you with information on a complete portable shelter plan for your project.


Alaska Structures
Alaska Structures® is the world's leading provider of engineered fabric building and turnkey camp systems. Our modular buildings are proudly made in the U.S. and designed to meet area-specific wind and snow loads required by local codes or the International Building Code (IBC) for safety. No other fabric-building provider comes close to matching our level of expertise or experience.

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