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Sprung Structures are Designed for Northern Climates

Over the last 130 years, Sprung has designed and manufactured structures engineered for extreme northern climates. Sprung’s unique structure design offers a permanent solution that can be easily relocated as project needs change.  Our Low-Temperature Arctic Membrane is designed for -60°F (-51°C). Delivered directly from inventory and with limited foundation requirements, Sprung structures can be delivered and built faster than any other building system.

Advantages of Sprung Structures

  1. Heating economy Our airtight structures and premium insulation packages offer significant cost saving year after year
  2. Lower Construction Costs With limited foundation requirements, and the engineered clear span design of our structures, construction costs are significantly reduced
  3. Construction speed Our Structures are built quickly and easily, lowering construction costs and reducing costly downtime. Quick delivery and construction timelines help with scheduling in tight arctic building windows
  4. Designed for Arctic Weather Sprung structures are designed to shed snow and withstand hurricane force winds.
  5. Sustainable Building Solutions Our aluminum substructures don’t rust and are infinitely recyclable. The design of our structures allows them to relocated  minimizing environmental impacts and reducing materials use

Examples of Sprung At Work

  • Processing Facilities
  • Equipment Storage
  • Haul Truck Maintenance Facilities
  • Safety Meeting Rooms
  • Training Facilities
  • Dining Facilities
  • Dormitories
  • Recreational Facilities
  • Mine Production Enclosures
  • Bulk Material Storage
  • Milling Operations
  • Warehouse & Storage Facilities
  • Winter Hoarding
  • Winch and Hoist Housing
  • Environmental Remediation
  • Pond Enclosures
  • Core Sampling Facilities
  • Other Camp Buildings

Doyon Drilling – Dead Horse, Alaska (North Slope)

Climate Controlled Warehouse

After purchasing two heaters they found the energy efficiency of the structure performed so well that only a single heater was required.

Sprung portable building built for extreme weather
Sprung portable building built for extreme weather

Andora Swan Lake Project – Peace River Oil Sands, Alberta, Canada

Production Building and Steam Generation Building

70’ wide x 105’ long
70′ wide x 120′ long

Construction – 30 days each

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Sprung portable building built for extreme weather
Sprung portable building built for extreme weather

Weatherford International – Eastern Siberia

Manufacturing and Production

100’ wide x 470’ long

Low temperature arctic membrane designed for cold weather.

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Sprung portable building built for extreme weather
Sprung portable building built for extreme weather

Los Bronces Mine – Chile  4,200 meters above sea level in the Andes Mountains

42’ wide by 148’ long

The snow load in the location is 2000 kilos per square meter.

Sprung portable building built for extreme weather
Sprung portable building built for extreme weather

Schlumberger at Verkhnechonsk – Eastern Siberia, Russia

Oil Well Service and Maintenance Facility

24.m wide x 106.1m long

“We are amazed with the Sprung structure performance! Earlier today in the morning, we had minus 58˚C degrees, it is minus 50˚C degrees right now. Sprung is the best solution for our harsh conditions due to its insulation package, superb structure reliability and integrity.”

Vladimir Koznov,
Director of Schlumberger East Ltd.,
Irkutsk, Eastern Siberia, Russia

Cold-Weather-Verkhnechonsk

Yukon Zinc – Remote Northern Mine, British Columbia, Canada

Pond Enclosure

80’ wide x 90’ long
90’ wide x 105’ long

Each structure was assembled and then crane lifted into place over the pond.

Sprung portable building built for extreme weather
Sprung portable building built for extreme weather

Pioneer Natural Resources – North Slope, Alaska

Remote Aircraft Hangar

70′ wide x 75′ long

Sprung portable building built for extreme weather
Sprung portable building built for extreme weather

Salt/Sand Storage Facility – Vail Pass, Colorado Rockies

9,500 tons of sand and salt are stored here at Vail Pass, Colorado, elevation 10,662 feet.

Sprung portable building built for extreme weather
Sprung portable building built for extreme weather