When designing buildings for your mining or research sites, it’s important to include a building for dining. Workers need a place, protected from the elements, to eat and relax while they work long hours. Fabric buildings are a great option when designing mess halls for your staff. Workers will be safe in a fabric building from Alaska Structures, because they receive testing to ensure they are durable. They can withstand extreme weather like traditional buildings, but require less time and labor, making them cheaper to set up. There are other benefits to using a fabric structure besides cost and easy setup. Learn more about how to use fabric structures for cost effective dining space for your workers.
Learn about the different modular building applications for construction projects, heavy engineering, power plants and other facilities. These extremely durable and portable engineered fabric structures offer the versatility and cost-effectiveness required for these types of projects.
In addition to high-performance fabric buildings, Alaska Structures also makes shipping containers to help facilitate fast, easy shipments.
Engineered fabric buildings from Alaska Structures offer mining companies many cost-saving advantages and a versatile multipurpose design.
With the current inflation, heavy equipment storage and maintenance is more critical than ever. Protect your investment from the high costs of wear-and-tear and exposure with on-site facilities from durable and long-lasting fabric structures.
To continue producing safe drinking water, municipalities should consider modern fabric building solutions.
Researchers often work in the harshest climates and conditions to help us better understand the world around us. As they find solutions to our worldly issues, they need the support of strong research facilities to do their work. With new technology, fabric buildings are stronger and more durable than in the past, with comparable strength to brick-and-mortar buildings. Two major benefits of using fabric structures are that they are very fast and easy to setup, and are portable. There are of course other benefits of fabric structures, including tested strength in harsh climates. Whether research operations are in the middle of the jungle or Antarctica, Alaska Structures fabric buildings can support the operation.
Meat processing and packing plants can use Alaska Structures fabric shelters as on-site production facilities to meet increased meat demands.
A gamma ray observatory in Mexico that uses domes from Alaska Structures® recently discovered a galactic source of gamma rays.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Office of Pipeline Safety cites “outside force” as the leading cause of damage to pipelines. Although there is typically security on site to prevent damage caused by people or sabotage, weather conditions aren’t controllable. It’s important to protect pipelines to prevent death, irreparable environmental damage, and loss of revenue. Preventive steps can protect pipelines to prevent damage, starting with proper buildings for gas and oil operations. Pipelines need enclosures that are very strong and durable to withstand harsh weather and prevent damage. This article features pipeline enclosures from Alaska Structures, with proven and tested designs that will protect oil and gas operations.
Whether you need a large core storage facility or a portable core shack, Alaska Structures can custom-design the perfect structure.
With projections for one of the coldest winters ever, it’s important aviators and commercial airlines are ready for it. Planes are expensive assets that can be expensive to repair if damaged, so they need very good protection this winter. An airplane and helicopter hangar is a sure way to protect planes from damage due to the weather. Alaska Structures offers strong, cost-effective airport hangars made from specially designed fabric. These hangars, in addition to being very strong and cost-effective, are customizable, tested to meet local standards, and flexible. The fabric airport hangars have been tested in the field and will last this winter.