Protect Your Materials and Equipment with a Big Top Fabric Structure

Materials and Equipment Storage, Mining & MineralBecause companies in the mining and mineral industry often base their operations in the field, a temporary shelter is needed to house their materials and equipment. Big Top Fabric Structures has worked closely with many mining and mineral businesses over the years, providing effective shelter solutions that offer many benefits.

First and foremost, materials and equipment need to be protected from the elements. Our tensile structures not only provide shelter from rain, but also from the sun – the fabric roof is formulated to block 99.5 percent of harmful UV-A and UV-B radiation, protecting your materials and prolonging the electronics of your equipment. It also helps to maintain an internal temperature that is 15 degrees cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter than the temperature outside.

For companies that rely on a climate controlled environment for safe storage of their materials, we can equip a shelter with a full HVAC system, as well as insulation. This will also help to keep any employees who work inside comfortable as they go about their day.

Easy Construction and Convenient Portability

Big Top’s fabric structures can be quickly assembled and anchored to nearly any foundation, making them ideal for a variety of different environments. If your base of operations needs to be relocated, your shelter can be disassembled for transport or moved using a rail system or crane if it’s not going far.

The modular design of our storage shelters allow them to be built to nearly any size, allowing plenty of space for pallet racking systems, vehicles, or any other storage requirements. And, the translucent fabric roof lets in plenty of natural sunlight to illuminate the interior without the need for electric lighting, saving you energy costs.

To learn more about how Big Top’s fabric shelters are used for materials and equipment storage by companies in the mining and mineral industries, contact us today.