Fabric and container shelters for the mining industry
From a workshop in Western Australia, to warehouses in Papua New Guinea to full mine site infrastructure in Senegal, Africa, our range of fabric shelters can be used for nearly any purpose in the mining industry. Design, engineering, manufacturing and installation, we have you covered.
Allshelter provides permanent, temporary and moveable shelters on mine sites all across Australia as well as globally – from Indonesia and Europe to North America and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) – for equipment maintenance, machinery storage, bulk warehousing and workshops.
Benefits of Allshelter mining shelters
As mines expand into new locations, Allshelter towable, ground-mounted and temporary structures provide lots of options to take them with you.
Allshelter free-standing shelters and container shelters can be constructed in remote locations in a fraction of the time of conventional buildings.
With their curved open design, semi translucent fabric and flexible configurations, fabric shelters allow plenty of natural light and ventilation.
Allshelter shelters are designed to be permanent but can be decommissioned with very little environmental impact.
Permanent steel sheds are typically too bulky, inflexible or costly for remote mining operations, but Allshelter’s versatile fabric dome shelters can quickly be erected by on-site labourers on virtually any type of surface.
McArthur River mine is a world-class zinc-lead mine – one of the world’s largest zinc resource. Situated in the Gulf of Carpentaria, the mine is an important part of the Northern Territory’s resources history.
Bothar Boring contacted Allshelter for a shelter to cover their tunneling machines in Qatar. Because their storage solution needs were so unique, they needed expert help on how to design a shelter that fit all their needs.
Wesfarmers has grown into one of Australia’s largest diversified listed corporation since its origin in 1914. With undertakings in coal mining under the auspices of their auxiliary, Wesfarmers Resources, the conglomerate has investments in two world-scale coal mines.