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Engineered Fabric Structures for Data Centers and Server Farms

A data center, or server farm, is a collection of networked computers, either centrally located to support the data needs of an organization or used for online data storage, data processing, and distributing large amounts of data from remote data facilities. The data center is a physical facility that houses servers, network equipment, personnel
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Engineered Fabric Structures for Cement Storage

Concrete is so absorbent that you should not expose cement to the air, which contains water vapor. Storing cement and cement products, such as concrete, involves careful placement and proper protection of the material. Project managers and concrete plant operators have to find ways to manage the challenges that winter weather brings. Rain, snow and cold temperatures can all affect the performance of cement and cement products. You will want to protect your cement materials to ensure that you maintain cost-effectiveness while delivering the highest-quality product possible.

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Alaska Structures will be at SEG 2018!

For nearly 50 years, Alaska Structures ® has provided more than 65,000 engineered fabric structures and remote work camps to more than 70 countries. No other fabric building company comes close to the proven excellence or experience of Alaska Structures’ modular building systems! We custom build structures to meet specific building requirements and employ
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How the US Recycling Industry Is Affected by China’s Changing Standards

After more than 20 years, China has ended the arrangement with the U.S. to accept our recycling. Now, the national recycling industry must make changes to accommodate the tons of recycling we produce every year. Alaska Structures has innovative, versatile building structures to help with storage as well as recycling processing.

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