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Trailhead Church

February 16th, 2016

Trailhead Church Pastor Joshua Gresham understands the importance of making a great first impression. He also understands quality. Those two reasons — and a

two fabric canopies in front of church

Bible Baptist Church of Puyallup

January 12th, 2016

Founded in the late 1970s, Bible Baptist Church in Puyallup is a very active church that enjoys having fellowship dinners, picnics, and other sorts of gatherings on the church grounds. Pastor Marvin McKenzie wanted to utilize the outside courtyard area more and contacted WeatherPort to provide a building solution.

bible baptist church outdoor Jubilee Event Structure

WeatherPort and Customer Loyalty

August 10th, 2015

Peninsula Swim School and WeatherPort Shelter Systems share a lot in common. Both got their starts in 1968. Both believe in maintaining family atmospheres at work. Most importantly, both understand the importance of loyalty to customers and repeat business.

Kids learning to swim in a fabric enclosed pool

Proven Safety in Extreme Environments

August 1st, 2015

It takes a special kind of structure to deal with the harsh conditions found at more than 17,500 feet above sea level. For 12 climbing seasons, a 12’ x 20’ SQ Series fabric building from WeatherPort Shelter Systems did just that as a mobile field hospital at the Himalayan Rescue Association’s Mount Everest base camp.

Luanne Freer in front of fabric structure

Get a Great Return on Investment With WeatherPort

March 25th, 2015

When park owner Tom Dorgan wanted to generate more revenue for this snowy seasonal paradise, he chose 12’ x 12’ canopies from WeatherPort to act as “VIP Igloos” at his New Mexico park.

row of outdoor fabric structures in snow

WeatherPort Shelters for Archaeology

February 10th, 2015

When the experts at the Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute needed a fabric membrane structure to safely shelter an excavation site in Florida, they chose a heavy gable building from WeatherPort Shelter Systems.

interior of covered archeological dig

Remote Construction, Low Environmental Impact

September 13th, 2014

Building in remote locations presents several challenges not found in other construction projects. When combined with biting cold, deep snow and a desire to preserve pristine natural beauty, those challenges become even more daunting.

Those challenges are why Skeena Heliskiing chose WeatherPort Shelter Systems when they needed glamping shelters for their base camp in Canada’s ruggedly picturesque Kuldo Valley.

quonset huts at night under stars

Treasure Mountain Bible Camp

April 10th, 2014

After 25 years of operating Treasure Mountain Bible Camp in the rugged beauty of Colorado, Ray Bauman and his wife, Donna, have seen just about everything that comes with mountain life. Still, seeing the bible camp’s chapel wiped out by an avalanche was a bit of a surprise. It was also an opportunity.

The Bauman’s upgraded their chapel with a 26’ x 40’ Jubilee shelter from WeatherPort Shelter Systems. As Colorado residents, the Baumans were already familiar with WeatherPort, which got its start more than 40 years ago in nearby Gunnison.

Outside of Treasure Mountain Chapel church building

Luxury in the Wilderness: Why Great Alaska Chose WeatherPort

January 10th, 2013

When the folks at Great Alaska International Adventure Vacations needed a shelter system that combined durability with comfort, they chose WeatherPort Shelter Systems™.

“That’s what we were trying to achieve — luxury in the wilderness, so to speak,” said Laurence John, one of Great Alaska’s owners. “It’s not an African bush safari, quite, but it’s about as close as you get in Alaska.”

row of fabric camping tents with doors