Standing Tall in the World’s Most Extreme Conditions
Sprung tensioned membrane structures endure. By design, the fabric structure sheds snow, withstands extremely high winds and shows a remarkable resistance to earthquakes.
Sprung structures are engineered to last. Their unique shape and sophisticated tension system, made up of individual 4.5 meter membrane panels tensioned both vertically and horizontally, make them more durable in extreme conditions — be it a frozen ice field or an active war zone.
Our sophisticated patented tensioning system combined with Sprung's superior quality membranes and extruded aluminum substructure ensures a durable finished product that dramatically outperforms any product of its type in the world.
Arctic Watch, the world’s most northerly lodge, is located 80 miles south of the magnetic North Pole.
The Missile Defense System integrated architecture at Fluor Alaska Inc., located in Shemya, Alaska, is engineered to withstand wind loads of 120 mph.
Warwick Le Lagon Resort & Spa was used as a storm shelter on March 13, 2015, during Cyclone Pam, a category 5 cyclone.
The Kirkwood Mountain Resort in Lake Tahoe, California, has set a world record for snowfall in a single week at 9.7 feet in February 2011.
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld addressed troops in front of a Sprung structure in the hot Kuwait desert.