Hills Air Force Base needed to provide a covered area for inspecting large commercial trucks entering the base at its Roy Gate. Years earlier, the base had purchased a membrane structure from a different company to serve that function, but the quality of that structure was sub-standard and eventually deteriorated to the point that it needed to be torn down. After a long period of not having anything to cover the inspection area, officials at Hill Air Force Base realized they needed to give a membrane structure another chance.
HOW SPRUNG DELIVERED
Within 10 days, Sprung erected a high-performance, open-ended structure built with our patented tensioned membrane technology. The cost-effective, earth-anchored shelter featured three-foot leg extensions, high bay lights, and a military-grade aluminum substructure that outperforms steel in the most extreme climates.