Many within the military industry have already made Sprung buildings their first choice for military facilities. Sprung structures have been used as dining facilities and military shelters for bases like Fort Hood and Fort Bliss in Texas, on-site warehousing solutions for AECOM in Afghanistan, and vehicle maintenance facilities for the US Military MRAP Program in Iraq.
Sprung structures make ideal military facilities because they’re engineered to handle extreme conditions like hurricane winds and rains, and frequent sand storms like those in the Middle East. Sprung structures are a step up from traditional military tents because they provide comfortable climate control with a highly energy-efficient insulation package. With accessories like large hangar doors, cargo doors and personnel doors, as well as natural lighting options, Sprung structures maximize space and efficiency for army barracks, marine corps barracks and air force facilities, and require limited manpower to set up.
Sprung’s structure is made of quality materials that can easily and quickly be erected, relocated, and adapted to suit changing mission needs. And just like other military tents, Sprung’s lightweight, rust-free aluminum substructure and flexible tensioned architectural membrane make shipping to remote locations a breeze. Sprung structures can also be leased for any military lodging facilities or air force facilities applications ranging from one month to five years.
Contact your Sprung representative for detailsabout our options for military facilities.
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