First Nations across North America have embraced Sprung Structures for a wide range of building projects due in part to speed of delivery and construction combined with lower overall building costs. The large clearspan interiors, energy efficient insulation and wide range of exterior colour options create dynamic eye catching facilities.
Sprung has assisted First Nations, ranging from multi-purpose recreation facilities such as the Blood Tribe in Stand Off, Alberta, to casinos such as Fire Rock Casino, New Mexico and the Point Casino, Puget Sound, Washington State, to powwow events such as Enoch Cree Nation in Edmonton, Alberta.
Sprung's capabilities of offering vibrant membrane colors and customs graphic designs has proven to be a great advantage for the First Nations Building projects. For the Enoch Cree Nation Powwow facility, Sprung was able to use the tribal colors of white and salem blue to customize this teepee looking structure. Using earth anchoring, the Enoch Cree Nation was able to experience a unique powwow, as they were able to celebrate on the grass, yet protected from the elements.