5 Reasons why your project site needs a container dome shelter


5 Reasons why your project site needs a container dome shelter

When setting out on a new project, the weather doesn’t always cooperate. Thus, it is important to take precautions to ensure all of your work is safe & protected from the elements during construction. Whether working on a project temporarily, or on an ongoing basis, you will need protection. This is where container domes comes in. Here is why you should be utilizing a container dome shelter for your next project.

  1. Improved Efficiency

What is prominent on most project manager’s mind, is the opportunity to save money and improve efficiency simultaneously.  These container dome shelters remove the need for constructing a permanent structure, thus saving overhead costs for staff and removing potential project delays. If you have found shelters to be hassle, or huge expense for your projects in the past, steel-frame, fabric-covered shelters are a great alternative you must try.

  1. Easy to Set Up

The steel-framed, fabric covered structures are available in a pre-engineered kit which and can be custom-made and delivered within 2 weeks. Furthermore, a standard range of pre-configured shelters can reduce time even more. Additionally, the shelter can be installed in 2-5 days by the crew you already have on site. The pre-engineering allows for minimal assembly times, thus removing the need for any additional labor. These structures allow you to keep your focus on the primary project at hand, thus saving you time and money.

  1. Versatile

A container dome shelter can be used for many purposes on a project site, whether you require the shelter for maintenance, storage, or a workshop.  They can also be set-up on any surface from a container shelter, to a concrete slab, to dirt. The wide variety of uses & the versatile nature of install show a good mesh of benefits as to why your next project needs a Steel-Framed, Fabric Covered Shelter structure.

  1. Easy to Move

When it comes time to move from one location to the next, you can easily decommission and relocate the structure. This is a huge advantage when compared to permanent shelters that have to be built and left, then rebuilt, or built and destroyed. With the nature of many projects being temporary, a temporary shelter suits the needs ideally. Easily reuse the same shelter over and over.

  1. Durable

It will obviously save you money to have a shelter which you can take with you to each new project, but how long will the actual shelter last? The fabric used on the steel frames is corrosion-resistant and can withstand weathering and damage. It defies fading with UV inhibitors, and prevents leaks and drips. Also, it is dust-repellant, so is easy to keep clean. The frame is made of lightweight galvanized steel, making for easy assembly, disassembly and transportation. All in all, this shelter is very durable and built to last.

For those who have a mining, oil & gas or construction projects coming up, a container dome shelter is the best option you can buy. It will help to ensure that you get the project done without interruption, within the time frame that you have laid out, and according to budget.

At Allshelter, our shelters come with a 10-year guarantee, so you can be assured of the long term viability of our shelter solutions. Talk to us about your shelter needs if you would like to know more!


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