Why Sprung for salt and sand storage applications?
Sprung at Work
Public administrators including purchasing agents, bureaucrats, and transportation officials, have already made Sprung their public works building solution. Sprung structures have been used as sustainable salt and sand storage facilities for the State of Nevada and City of Chicago, as vehicle maintenance facilities for the City of South Jordan, Utah, as emergency fire rescue facilities for the city of Atlanta, and as a variety of public works buildings for the City of Broomfield, Colorado.
A Sprung structure is the perfect choice for public works projects as they are an extremely cost-effective building solution that can be erected in a fraction of the time it takes to build a conventional structure. Made immediately available from inventory, Sprung structures provide public works facilities with bright, energy-efficient clearspan interiors that take advantage of natural daylight, and a non-corroding aluminum substructure that is guaranteed for 30 years. With attractive leasing rates, optional insulation packages, and the capability for easy and quick relocation and customization, Sprung structures are ready to adapt to any public works project needs.
“NDOT needed low maintenance, relocatable structures to withstand Nevada’s harsh climate, both extreme heat and cold compounded by strong sustained winds.
Sprung has established an excellent reputation with NDOT, both in the Reno/Tahoe area and across the state of Nevada. Our position is one of extreme satisfaction with your product...”
William Schulz, Chief Architect
Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT)