Sprung for Pavilion Structures & More

First Nations and Native American communities across North America have chosen Sprung to help their communities grow with sports and rec facilities, powwow structures, entertainment venues and gaming facilities. The design and shape of our structures is reminiscent of traditional long houses that have appealed to many leaders investing in new facilities for their community.

See Sprung At Work for First Nations

See examples of Sprung’s structures for multipurpose facilities, teepee shelters, pavilion structures and more. Our tension fabric buildings are adaptable to a wide range of uses and community needs.

Top 5 Reasons to Choose Sprung

  1. Immediate Delivery from Inventory – Complete projects in a much shorter time-frame than conventional construction.
  2. Engineered for Severe Climates – Enjoy peace of mind: Sprung structures are engineered to withstand extreme weather conditions.
  3. Wow Factor – Create buzz by unveiling Sprung’s sleek, innovative and eye-catching structure as a unique landmark in your community.
  4. Superior Performing Interior Environment – Provide a bright and spacious indoor environment with a tall peak height, fortified with a fully tensioned white interior membrane.
  5. Custom Colors and Graphics – Choose from a wide selection of exterior color options and showcase your tribe or band logo with high-quality custom graphics.

Examples of Sprung at Work

  • Long Houses
  • Powwow Tents
  • Community Centers
  • Emergency Housing
  • Pavilion Buildings
  • Recreational Centers
  • Teepee Shelters
  • Office Space


Choose Sprung For Indigenous Pavilion Building Projects

Sprung has worked with Indigenous communities on many projects, ranging from multi-purpose recreation facilities such as the Blood Tribe in Stand Off, Alberta, to casinos such as Fire Rock Casino, New Mexico and the Point Casino in Puget Sound, Washington State, to pavilion structures and teepee shelters for pow wow events such as Enoch Cree Nation in Edmonton, Alberta.

Sprung offers vibrant membrane colors and customs graphic designs that have proven to be a great advantage for the Indigenous Building projects. For the Enoch Cree Nation powwow structures, Sprung was able to use the tribal colors of White and Salem blue to customize a special pavilion building, designed as a large teepee building. Using earth anchoring, the Enoch Cree Nation was able to experience a unique powwow, as they were able to celebrate on the grass, yet stay protected from the elements.

Benefits of Sprung for Pavilion and Powwow Structures

Sprung fabric structures can be erected very quickly and therefore transformed any location into a functional event or community space. They are ideal for pavilion structures, teepee buildings, and multipurpose spaces for events, storage, or community gatherings. When first entering a Sprung structure one is immediately struck by how spacious it feels. We achieve this with state-of-the-art design and engineering techniques that result in huge open space that can be customized for a wide variety of uses, including pavilion structures.

Related Projects

Enoch Cree Pow wow FacilityPikani Nation Ice Rink