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.
With the increase of SUV and light truck manufacturing in the U.S., Alaska Structures' highly durable engineered buildings offer greater flexibility and longevity than standard brick-and-mortar buildings. In this post, learn more about how the industry is evolving and how these structures can help.
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.
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.