Worksite Buildings Offer Many Options

Alaska Structures says its new Denali Building System combines the spacious interior of a fabric building with the privacy and comfort of traditional modular buildings. Its Denali line was developed to provide workforce housing and office solutions to mining, exploration and construction industries, filling a gap that existed between soft-walled shelters, hard-wall trailers and metal “flat packs.” The buildings are 24 ft wide and 73.5 ft or 136.5 ft long (7.3 m wide by 22.4 m or 41.6 m long), with an interior hard wall system and central hallway with motion detecting/activated lights. Additional features include modular wood floors with vinyl covering; front deck with railing, mudroom entry with lockers and equipment room for HVAC; and glass windows in each bedroom, office, mudroom and equipment room. Various models accommodate a variety of personnel (executive, manager, worker), and multiple bathroom configuration options are available, including individual or shared EnSuite bathrooms or communal bathroom layouts.

As featured in Womp 2013 Vol 07 -