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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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The Future of Airport Construction: Engineered Fabric Buildings

Alaska Structures offers custom-built engineered fabric structures for various airport facilities and operations. These buildings are highly engineered for heavy-duty uses, and last a long time for both temporary and more permanent needs. They can also withstand extreme weather conditions, protecting equipment and aircraft assets from the elements. They can also be installed and set up far more quickly than the construction time required for brick-and-mortar buildings, significantly cutting construction costs as well as timelines.

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How Engineered Fabric Structures Help Reduce Transportation Construction Projects

With incredible durability and versatility, Alaska Structures' engineered fabric structures are ideal for supporting industrial projects such as cold weather concreting and on-site facilities for transportation construction. These structures can withstand rugged environments when used as equipment storage, protection for project operations in extreme conditions, and modular office facilities.

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Solutions for Commercial Maintenance Facilities and Workshops

Marketplace competition continues to push the boundaries, demanding more efficient services. In industries that use heavy machinery, this is even more important because crews often depend on heavy machinery to be able to work at all. Minimizing loss accrued from this means minimizing downtime by taking control of as many variables as possible.
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Protect Equipment With Commercial Storage Buildings and Warehouses

The bigger the equipment, the bigger the problems that may arise. The last thing you want to encounter when on a tight schedule is an essential piece of machinery breaking down and halting operations. Beyond the setbacks in time, the cost of repairs and/or replacements add to your overhead, cutting into profits. Read more

Modular Classrooms Help Schools Keep Up With Increased Enrollment

Class size directly affects how much attention individual students get at school. While not the only factor at play, a poor student/teacher ratio can diminish student’s potential progress. While this connection is clear, many school districts are forced to continue to expand class sizes as budget constraints limit hiring additional teachers and prevent expanding existing
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