If you are someone who works in the mining industry, it’s important to be aware of the new trends and advances in the field. Like any business, you must have the best tools to remain competitive in the field. The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada hold it’s annual convention in Toronto, March 1st - 4th, with leading developers in the field to show their work. Alaska Structures will be there to showcase their fabric structures and new raised flooring system. You can check out the new features at our booth, number 1315, located right of the main entrance.
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Nationally and globally there have been efforts to reduce waste and pollution on our planet, including the recent Paris Agreement. With global warming and new legislation, operations must use energy-efficient and eco-friendly buildings to help the planet and avoid lawsuits. Green buildings efficiently use energy, protect occupant health and reduce waste and pollution according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Alaska Structures offers a solution for operations managers that will follow EPA standards while not increasing operation costs a lot. Their fabric structures are equipped with lots of options that cut down energy costs, are reusable, and comfortable for employees to work in.
Mining operations often take managers and miners to the most remote locations with extremely harsh conditions. They need structures that can protect them as they work, and will last the length of the operation. For instance, the Bema Gold mines are in far east Russia, where weather conditions are extreme. It snows 315 days a year with an average temperature of -67°F and up to 132 mph wind gusts. They have fabric buildings from Alaska Structures that they used for 10 years before replacing them. The Bema Gold mines and other operations facing similar harsh weather need durability and long-lasting quality, which their designs can provide.
Industry analysts are forecasting a busy 2015 for commercial construction. Alaska Structures™ is ready to provide your company with best-selling fabric building solutions specifically engineered for construction applications.
Construction industry analysts forecast a busy market for 2015, with boosts in production needs. Public works, commercial building, single-family homes, and multi-family homes will all see at least 5% boosts in production this year. If you work in these construction businesses are you ready to meet the production demands for 2015? You can plan your operations with fabric buildings from Alaska Structures. Fabric buildings are durable and are very versatile; they can serve almost any business operation. With production needs growing quickly, you may not have the time or money to build operation bases so soon. With a fabric building, you can set up operations quickly and for a lower-cost than traditional buildings; just two ways these structures can help!
Now that you thinking about using fabric structures for your operations, you must think about how you will get them to your site. How you package a portable structure is just as important in maintaining its longevity as the materials it’s made with. Fabric structures are made with durable long-lasting materials that can withstand the harshest conditions while being lightweight, portable and easy to set up. Even though Alaska Structures develops their strongest materials to use for fabric buildings, they still make sure their shipping containers are durable. It’s important to protect your investment when you are transporting it through harsh conditions, to ensure it works properly out the box.
Jagged Globe is a tour operator that plans treks in some of the toughest regions, such as Mount Everest, Denali or Kilimanjaro. When setting up camp on such tough summits as these, you need the strongest and most durable camping systems. Jagged Globe has been using Alaska Structures fabric buildings to set up their basecamps for adventure treks. These camp systems are fully customizable, with long lasting fabric and materials, insulation, and tested by third-party engineers. Jagged Globe relying on these structures in these rugged regions helps demonstrate their strength and safety. These camping systems are fully capable of supporting any operation.
Alaska Structures designs some of the strongest fabric buildings and structures, used in many different commercial industries. Although they opened business in 1975, they aren’t stuck in the past and evolved their products and brand over time. This includes the use of blogs with original content, and social media, where you can fully engage with them and other customers who use their products. Check out Alaska Structures’ social media pages to stay up to date and learn more about their camp systems, buildings, hangars and other products to use for your business needs.
Fabric buildings are designed to withstand the harshest elements and are suitable for use in many different types of commercial operations today. They are lightweight and portable, yet strong, durable, and proven to last on the field by third-party engineers. Fabric buildings are also customizable and can address specific need for your business. They can be used for a variety of purposes on site, for office buildings, storage, shops and even housing for workers. Alaska Structures’ fabric buildings have been used for government operations as well as commercial operations including: construction, mining, and mineral exploration.
Pipeline enclosures are an important investment and necessity in maintaining and protecting a pipeline. Pipelines can be subject to vandalism and protest, in addition to the already harsh climates they sometimes operate under. If you are looking for options to protect your assets, you may want to consider using a fabric structure. Alaska Structures has been designing fabric enclosures for pipelines for over 40 years to protect them from people and the elements. In fact, they created the longest fabric building in the world to enclose a pipeline at the Red Dog Mine in the Arctic.