Located at the entrance to the Suncor mine north of Fort McMurray, AB, thePavilion building is used for repairs to tar sand haulers. The Pavilion fabric structure is 65’ high allowing the massive tar sand haulers to enter the building and raise their bucket. This fabric structure is lined and insulated allowing workers to work comfortably in the extreme northern Canadian temperatures 12 months out of the year.
Pavilion is the only company in the industry to offer a fabric structure with the unique Walton Series profile. The Walton Series is designed to give maximum peak height and interior eave clearance in a clear span fabric building design. This design results in more available interior space in a reduced width. This design was perfect for Transwest Mining’s needs as they were able to get the height requirements in a smaller width building. Transwest loved their first building so much that they had to have a second identical building 18 months later.