Fabric buildings are gaining popularity in many industries, and a great option for recycling centers, waste management, and transfer stations. These operations can lower costs using fabric buildings because they are cheaper and faster to set up than brick-and-mortar facilities. Fabric buildings have less strict foundation requirements, only needing a level surface to be set up on, which cuts time. Since these structures are more flexible than traditional buildings, more waste and recycling centers can open, allowing communities more access. Alaska Structures designs durable, efficient fabric buildings that can work for all types of operations, including waste and recycling efforts.
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.
One of the major benefits of fabric buildings is that they are so versatile; fabric buildings are useful in many different situations. From government agencies to private businesses, many trust Alaska Structures’ fabric buildings to carry out their work operations. These fabric buildings can withstand harsh conditions and undergo careful testing from third-party engineers to ensure the products quality. Fabric buildings can be useful in any one of these situations: polar camps, aircraft hangars, oil and gas operations, mining, emergency housing systems, and recreational buildings. These buildings can work for more industries and operations than ones previously mentioned and their applications are nearly endless.
Long-Lasting Building Systems that Meet and Exceed Your Client’s ExpectationsWith so many options available, most building design and engineering firms overlook one of the best alternatives to traditional building designs — engineered tension fabric structures. Alaska Structures® custom creates building solutions using high-performance membrane structures that offer unmatched
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 office building spaces for mining facilities, construction projects, heavy industrial engineering, power plants and other facilities. These extremely durable, portable fabric structures are engineered to offer the versatility and cost-effectiveness required for these types of applications.