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Vol. 15, No. 12 Week of March 21, 2010
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

Arctic Directory: TA Structures manufactures NMS guard shacks

TA Structures said Jan. 19 that it has created six units to be used as guard shacks for NANA Management Services on Alaska’s North Slope. A division of Twin Anchors Houseboat Manufacturers, TA Structures has helped the company stay afloat during tough economic times by broadening its manufacturing opportunities. “The units are 20 feet long and 10 feet wide. They have a work area, a dry kitchen including microwave, small fridge and counter space, a bathroom with an incinerator toilet, lockers, and fold down bed,” said Buddy Rich, sales manager for TA Structures. “There isn’t any like this on the North Slope,” said Joe Liska, representative from Nana Management Services. TA Structures provides clients throughout North and South America with the finest quality modular worksite accommodations; these modular building units are built with superior materials and superb craftsmanship. For more information visit www.tastructures.com.



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