Many in the mining industry, including engineers, purchasing agents and project managers, have made Sprung their choice for mining buildings. Sprung structures were used for mining equipment housing for the Resolution Copper Mine, as mine production enclosures at Ekati Diamond Mine, as haul truck maintenance facilities for EPSA Caserones in the rugged Andes mountains,as mining processing facilities for Laprarie’s Horn River, BC mining operations, and as on-site mining camp buildings and bulk storage at Kennecott’s Bingham Canyon Mine.
Sprung structures are ideal for use as mining buildings in remote locations, built under rigid construction timelines, with limited foundation requirements. Because of Sprung’s relocatable, modular design and its ability to be crane-lifted into place, Sprung structures can be adapted to virtually any mining camp application. It can be modified quickly to changing priorities as it is quickly expanded, reconfigured, dismantled and rebuilt into all types of mining buildings. Sprung structures are engineered to shed snow and withstand extreme wind loads, while our optional premium insulation package provides comfortable mining camp buildings for on-site offices, meeting spaces and dining facilities.
Sprung buildings can be set up immediately in the exploration phase, but the buildings are engineered and designed to last for the entire life of a mine. In fact, our rust-free aluminum substructure is guaranteed for 30 years. A common Sprung set up includes a variety of mining camp buildings such as mine production enclosures, mining processing facilities and haul truck maintenance facilities, and can be leased for applications ranging from one month to five years.
Contact your Sprung representative for details about our mining building options.
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