Alaska Structures To Present At Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC)

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Alaska Structures is scheduled to exhibit their fabric buildings at the 2016 Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) conference in Toronto, Canada.

Visit PDAC 2016 to see fabric structures and fabric tension buildings for mineral exploration and mining operations.

Toronto, ON, Canada (March 7, 2016) – Alaska Structures, a leading manufacturer of fabric structures and fabric tension buildings for governmental, industrial, and commercial use across Canada (, is scheduled to exhibit at the 2016 Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) conference in Toronto, Canada.

The PDAC International Convention, Trade Show & Investors Exchange is the world’s leading convention for people, companies and organization in, or connected with, mineral exploration and mining. In addition to meeting over 1,000 exhibitors and 23,500 attendees from over 100 countries, participants can sit in on technical sessions, short courses, and networking events.

The convention begins on Sunday, March 6th, 2016 and continues until Wednesday, March 9th. The event is being held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in downtown Toronto. Attendees can locate Alaska Structures at Booth No. 1315. The company will be representing and showcasing fabric buildings and fabric structure technology.

About PDAC

The PDAC was created to promote responsible, vibrant and sustainable mineral exploration and development in Canada. The PDAC encourages leading practices in technical, environmental, safety, and social performance in Canada and internationally. More than 80 years after its founding, the association is a national organization with more than 7,000 members, and more than 1,000 corporate members.

About Alaska Structures

Alaska Structures creates durable fabric buildings and camp systems. The company has created more than 60,000 fully engineered building systems used for workforce housing, construction camps, mineral processing and crusher enclosures, workshops, warehouses and storage buildings, dining halls, and more. Alaska Structures fabric buildings have been used for 40 years in more than 65 countries, including the U.S. and Canada.

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