INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS

WELLAND SAND SALT SHED

The Welland Ontario sand salt storage shed, built by Pavilion Structures, is another example of of a well planned and well built sand and salt storage building design for optimum efficiency.  Covering more than 32,000 square feet, the pavilion was designed based on the best management practices for salt use and storage.

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SAND AND SALT FACILITIES: WESTERN CANADA

Pavilion supplied 25 sand and salt storage buildings to highway maintenance companies throughout Western Canada. These sand and salt storage buildings were required by government mandate to reduce the environmental exposure at each location.

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XSTRATA NICKEL

This Pavilion structure is used for commodity storage of nickel iron ore. The Pavilion fabric structure has been designed for a conveyor system and oversized doors. Pavilion was able to design and deliver customer request to heighten the building to increase the overall…

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NEWMARKET SALT AND SAND STORAGE

The process of bringing together all the elements for a Salt & Sand shed and complete works yard took some thought and lots of hard work. The building you see above is the completed shed for the New Market, Ontario highways works yard, with an 80’ wide vestibule…

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TRANSWEST MINING

The Pavilion fabric structure is 65’ high allowing the massive tar sand haulers to enter the building and raise their bucket.  This fabric structure is lined and insulated allowing workers to work comfortably in the extreme northern Canadian temperatures 12 months out of the year.

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DIRECT DISPOSAL CORP

The Pavilion fabric building is a split-level building allowing for waste managers to separate refuse.  Refuse is sorted on the top level, and loaded on the bottom level.

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