Camp Systems for
Remote Projects

Alaska Structures engineers modular structures and work camps for rapid installation, portability, long-lasting durability and an unmatched level of safety.

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Remote Camp Systems

Whether it is a four-person exploration camp for a mineral exploration project or a 1,500-person turnkey construction camp that requires workforce housing, kitchen and dining facilities, maintenance facilities and on-site warehousing — modular buildings from Alaska Structures offer many benefits over jobsite trailers, other prefabricated buildings and wood-built structures. Our tensioned fabric structures meet any environmental or functional requirement, drastically reduce construction schedules and are easily relocated. Additionally, we engineer them to offer an unmatched level of safety in remote and extreme locations.

Engineered To Meet Local Codes and The International Building Code (IBC)

Reduced Logistics, Rapid Installation and Easy Relocation

Weatherproof Structures for Protecting People and Equipment

Designed to Withstand Extreme Conditions Anywhere in the World

Modular Buildings for Workforce Housing and Camp Systems

Alaska Structures is the world’s leading provider of modular buildings for workforce accommodations and camp systems. We have produced and delivered more than 29,000 engineered fabric buildings to more than 85 countries, on time and within budget. No other building manufacturer comes close to matching our unrivaled experience and expertise.

When camp expeditors like Alaska Minerals, Discovery Mining Services and Taiga Ventures must create “mini cities” where no infrastructure exists, they rely on proven and scalable building solutions from Alaska Structures. Engineered to withstand prolonged use in extreme conditions, our modular structures and camp systems are the preferred building solution for man camps. Our structures withstand the elements, whether in Northern Canada, the Alaskan Interior and North Slope, scorching African deserts, the 17,500-ft elevation of Mount Everest base camps or Greenland and Antarctica research stations.

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Alaska Structures offers many different fabric building systems to fulfill the requirements of small camps for mineral or oil and gas exploration, as well as large turnkey camp systems for as many as 5,000 people, including facilities such as these:

  • Workforce housing
  • Manager housing
  • Modular offices
  • Kitchen and dining halls
  • Hygiene facilities
  • Laundry facilities
  • Medical clinics
  • Recreation centers
  • On-site warehouses
  • Maintenance and repair facilities

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Everest Base Camp Facilities

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Why Choose Engineered Fabric Buildings From Alaska Structures?

Alaska Structures takes safety very seriously. We understand that clients use our fabric building and camp systems in the most inhospitable places on Earth. With that in mind, we engineer building solutions for an unrivaled level of safety, survivability, portability and long-lasting durability.

In fact, engineering is at the heart of what we do. We accomplish our unique engineering approach by using a dedicated in-house team of engineers and combining high-quality materials, a strict quality control process and the latest manufacturing techniques to create the world’s most widely used fabric structures.

Select a building model below to determine which building solution is right for you, or call us today at +1-907-344-1565 to discuss your camp system needs!

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