Sprung Structures sent eleven structures to the Sakhalin Islands back in 2004 area of Russia during ExxonMobil’s first phase of drilling on these islands. The needs of each facility were very diverse but they turned to Sprung for the solution. Most structures were erected on firm earth (frozen tundra) and then poured the concrete foundations later once the Sprung was erected giving them a covered roof.
Most facilities used our Low Temperature Arctic membrane and were fully insulated. Client decided on Sprung due to our track record in the oil & gas industry, our proven international logistics, speed and availability of structures, and service to match since this is located in a VERY isolated area. Many of these structures are still on site today.