Government agencies, non-profit and non-governmental agencies, and disaster relief organizations have already made Sprung their first choice for instant building solutions. Sprung structures have been used as emergency shelters and distribution centres for disasters in Canada, Haiti and New York City, as temporary classroom enclosures in American Samoa, as homeless shelters in Hawaii, and as hurricane disaster recovery for Orleans Parish in New Orleans, Louisiana.
A Sprung structure is ideal for disaster recovery operations that require immediately deployable buildings for temporary emergency applications. Available as semi-permanent alternatives to conventional construction, Sprung structures are flexibly designed to be constructed and built quickly and effectively to help you save time, money and even lives. With limited need for foundations and attractive energy-efficient insulation packages available, Sprung structures are also easily dismantled and relocated for any future disaster recovery needs.
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