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Disaster Recovery

Sprung structures are ideal for disaster recovery buildings as they are immediately deployable for many emergency operation applications such as temporary housing, offices, medical facilities and more. Available as semi-permanent alternatives to conventional construction, Sprung structures are flexibly designed using innovative and functional emergency shelter designs, and then 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 man-made or natural disaster relief building needs. Sprung Structures keeps over a millions square feet of inventory that can be deployed within days. Once delivered, our structures are built faster than any other building system.

Sprung at Work

  • Emergency Housing for Families
  • Distribution Facilities
  • Temporary Offices
  • Emergency Warehousing
  • Medical Facilities
  • Food Service Buildings
  • Tent Shelter Facilities
  • Temporary Remediated Building Solutions
  • Emergency Operation Centers
  • Aircraft Hangars
  • Worship Facilities
  • Man Camp Spaces
  • Emergency Shelters
  • Other Natural Disaster Relief Uses

Choose Sprung for Disaster Recovery Buildings

Government agencies, non-profit and non-governmental agencies, and natural disaster relief organizations have already made Sprung their first choice for instant disaster recovery buildings. Sprung structures have been used as emergency operation, shelter and distribution centers in Canada, Haiti and New York City, as temporary classroom enclosures in American Samoa, as homeless shelters in Hawaii, and as hurricane disaster recovery buildings for Orleans Parish in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Related Projects

American Samoa Tsunami 2009 - New Classrooms Sprung StructuresElbow Park School after flood added a new gymnasium911 Ground Zero Sprung Taj Mahal Recovery efforts in a Sprung StructureHigh Rive Shopping Mall after flood Sprung StructureOrleasns Parish Sheriff replacement after Hurricane Katrina Sprung TentsSalvation Army Biloxi Center Sprung Structure

Current News

Samaritan’s Purse sending Alberta-supplied emergency relief to hurricane victims in Caribbean

The Sprung Structure relocatable building, 16-meter-by-32-meter, will be erected in Barbuda to serve as Samaritan’s Purse’s operational and supply hub in the storm-battered region.

Samaritan’s Purse Canada is loading a transport truck on Monday with urgently needed emergency equipment and supplies from Alberta, for victims in the Caribbean of Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria

The materials will be trucked to the organization’s international headquarters in North Carolina, then flown on the DC-8 to the Caribbean.

For more information and a link to donate CLICK HERE.

Samaritans Purse