U.S. Coast Guard ordered a custom Haz-Safe Building for the island of Attu on the northwestern end of the Alaskan Aleutian Island chain. Building had to be as big as could be loaded into the cargo hold of a civilian version of a C-130 aircraft. Rainproof Roofing, LLC., contractor out of Anchorage, Alaska, teamed with Haz-Safe Buildings to deliver and install the building.
14′ 8″ wide x 20 ‘8″ long x 8’ 8″ high patented modular Haz-Safe building on the shop floor ready to be separated into two modular units, shrink wrapped and wood crated for shipment by tractor/trailer to Seattle, WA, by barge to Anchorage and by air to Attu Island. Sunken crane lifting lugs on roof helped add 4″ to interior floor to ceiling height. Three patented boltup “rods within-tube” under sump floor and two at roof line exceed modular blast rate requirements.
C-130 landed on Attu Island and is having first of two modular units removed out back of plane.
Both modular units were placed in plane laid on their side in order to squeeze in as large a building as possible.
Modular unit is being tilted from side shipping position back to sitting on its base.
First unwrapped and uncrated module has been anchored to gluelam beams anchored to ground level pylons.
Second module has been bolted (patented method) to first module and overhead roll-up door is being rehung.
C-130 taking off with last of Rainproof Roofing installation crew. Job well done!
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