A mining site, no matter the type, usually consists of a range of facilities to support various operational needs. There should a place where laboratory works can be safely done, a wide area for storing machinery, and sleeping quarters for stay-in workers. These facilities, however, must be designed to be temporary structures only, considering the likelihood of immediate need for relocation or change in the site’s infrastructure.
You will rarely find mining sites that have fixed buildings stood on them. Most have container shelters, temporary facilities that are made up of well-assembled metal frames and sheets. The frame and bracing of a high-quality container shelter are usually made from tough metals, such as galvanized steel, while the walls and roof are made from a special fabric cover designed to reduce heat and cool. Read more on this article: