Ongoing Construction Projects and Temporary Use Shelters


Temporary Shelter for Construction Projects

Fabric dome shelters provide a versatile and adaptable temporary shelter solution. They serve both temporary and semi-permanent needs, finding applicability across diverse industries These innovative structures suit an extensive range of applications, providing a reliable and flexible environment that meets the unique requirements of various sectors.

The Benefits of A Temporary Shelter

Fabric shelters of high quality, designed and engineered to Australian standards, offer numerous benefits to companies within industries such as construction, industrial, and mining. The two structures have unique advantages, while fabric shelters may seem an alternative option to traditional buildings such as steel-clad sheds.

The Benefits of Fabric Shelters:

Engineered to be permanent and designed to be temporary. Quality fabric shelters, such as those manufactured by Allshelter, offer many advantages that make them a popular choice for various applications. These advantages include:

  • Versatility: Temporary shelter structures can be adapted to accommodate various purposes across varying industries.
  • Durability: Australian-made shelters are manufactured using high-grade steel and High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) fabric. These materials are engineered to withstand the weather elements, protecting your valuable assets.
  • Ease of Installation: With the option of DIY installation, fabric structures are quick to install due to their modular design. Quick installation facilitates prompt project commencement and reduction in downtime.
  • Natural Lighting: White interior and exterior fabric allow natural light to flow while reflecting the heat. This creates a bright and airy area whilst reducing the need for artificial lighting during the day.
  • Temporary Solution: The modular design creates a shelter ideal for temporary or semi-permanent shelter needs, suited to companies working on projects with varying timeframes.
  • Relocatable: Fabric Structures can be dismantled and relocated to another location, making them ideal for companies that work on multiple projects in different locations.
  • Expandability: Fabric structures can be expanded in size without extensive renovations and changes, providing scalability to accommodate changing requirements over time.
  • Low Maintenance: Fabric shelters are low maintenance when installed and tensioned correctly.

Temporary shelters deliver a combination of practicality, versatility, and durability, making them an ideal solution for a wide range of industries and applications.


The Benefits of Permanent Shelters:

Steel sheds or other permanent shelters provide shelter to companies that require a permanent solution that will not need to be moved or relocated down the track.

  • Permanence: Steel-clad buildings/sheds are permanent structures without the ability to relocate.
  • Durability: Steel is a robust and resilient material that withstands harsh weather conditions.
  • Customisation: Steel buildings can incorporate additional features such as ventilation systems, internal walls, and light fixtures.

The best solution for you depends on your shelter needs. Temporary dome shelters have a much quicker turnaround time than permanent shelters, allowing installation without other site works stopping.


Temporary Shelter Uses

The nature of mining and construction companies necessitates relocations with expanding operations or when new projects begin. Fabric shelters, while engineered to be permanent, provide a temporary shelter solution due to their modular and kit-form design. This allows for a variety of uses, including:

  • Tyre Change Bays
  • Shutdown Camps
  • Workshops
  • Storage
  • Equipment Maintenance
  • Assembly Areas
  • Staff Camps

Depending on company needs, you can customise fabric shelters to suit specific requirements, with accessory options including doors, end walls, lighting, and more

Temporary Construction Shelters In Use

Construction companies across Australia are utilising temporary construction shelters to help them achieve their project goals. In 2019, John Holland and VSL Partnership engaged Allshelter to assist them with designing and manufacturing a fabric building for a Pre-Cast Facility. The shelter was only required for a short period before relocating to another site once the project was complete. Learn more about how a temporary construction shelter benefited John Holland and VSL Partnership.

Contact Us

As a manufacturer of fabric shelters, we prioritise quality, taking pride in producing and delivering durable covers suitable for temporary or semi-permanent shelter applications. Contact us today to find out how temporary shelter structures can benefit your project.


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