Domes Are Becoming Vital Structures in Mining Sites across Australia

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The mining industry has perhaps some of the busiest workers with a plethora of heavy duty equipment in use and a lot of ground to cover each day. In a sector where employees are expected to spend most of their time outdoors, dome shelters are the most viable options when facilitating the mining processes. After all, workers can greatly increase productivity when the right workspace is provided for them. In fact, most mining industries in Australia prefer domes rather than building permanent structures on mine sites. In addition to being a cheaper alternative, domes can be erected in any available space as they are adjustable and can be custom made to fit your needs.

Surveys

Before a mining company commences work, the first project is always based on finding out if a prospective area has the minerals needed. This process could mean having workers move from one location to another, sometimes far from the main office area. The process also includes looking for ore either on the surface or underground. In such situations, accommodation is often of primary importance to give the surveyors enough time to complete their work. Instead of renting a warehouse, which is often times expensive and bigger than necessary, a temporary dome shelter could serve the purpose without inconveniences. A properly constructed shelter has solar power with backup generators. It can also come packed with CCTV cameras, end walls and security lighting. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2qzzyiE

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