Modular buildings from Alaska Structures® are lightweight and highly durable, making them ideal for sling-load and fly-in camps in the world’s most remote areas. Our portable structures allow you to establish an exploration or fly-in camp quickly. Once the job is done, you can take down, repack and relocate the structure to your next exploration site.
Whether you need a four-person exploration camp or a 1,500-person remote camp requiring workforce housing, kitchen and dining facilities, maintenance facilities, and on-site storage buildings, our building solutions offer many benefits over jobsite trailers, prefabricated buildings and wood-built structures. We design our fabric structures to meet any environmental or operational requirements. Moreover, our structures drastically reduce construction schedules, relocate easily and 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 successfully 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. We engineer our modular structures and camp systems to withstand prolonged use in extreme conditions. In fact, our structures are the preferred building solution for man camps in Northern Canada, the Alaskan Interior and North Slope, scorching African deserts, at the 17,500 foot-elevation of Mount Everest base camps and Greenland and Antarctica research stations.
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We produced and delivered an initial 320-person construction camp to the site in 26 days. Camp construction took 14 days. Clients used this turnkey camp to house workers building a mine in West Africa. They had us add a 720-person workforce camp, and it’s been operational since 2010.
Adventure Consultants pioneered expedition guiding on Mount Everest. They rely on portable buildings from Alaska Structures to provide guest housing, dining, communications and medical facilities at 17,500-foot elevation of the Everest base camp.
Emergency housing and internally displaced person (IDP) camps from Alaska Structures provide a higher level of accommodation and safety than standard disaster response shelters.
With a focus on application-specific design, we can configure our fabric building systems to fulfill all the requirements of exploration camps and fly-in camps, including facilities such as these:
Field kitchens and dining halls
Maintenance and repair facilities
Why Choose Engineered Fabric Buildings From Alaska Structures?
Our engineered fabric structures offer many advantages for exploration and fly-in camps. These advantages make us stand out from the competition, including our structures’ unmatched level of safety, easy installation and relocation and lasting durability.