Temporary Structures

Temporary structures are multifunctional portable structures that provide protection and shelter from weather conditions without the rigidity of a conventional fixed structure. With advantages that include low cost, low weight, ease of transportation, and speed of delivery and construction, temporary structures trade permanence for flexibility. Construction methods for temporary structures include everything from prefabricated modular systems to frame and panel systems, inflatables, and fabric mesh systems. Temporary structures are often used for a large variety of purposes ranging from large garages, hangars, barns and greenhouses to disaster relief stations, pool enclosures, and camping tents.

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3 Person Tent
Measured section drawing of a three person tent with two people and a dog camping

A 3 person tent is slightly larger than a 2 person tent, but smaller than a 4 person tent. A 3 person tent can be used for 3 people or as a more comfortable option for 2 people. A 3 person tent is large enough for 2 people to both have wide sleeping pads (a 2 person tent would most likely not be able to accommodate 2 wide pads).

A 3 person tent is slightly larger than a 2 person tent, but smaller than a 4 person tent. A 3 person tent can be used for 3 people or as a more comfortable option for 2 people. A 3 person tent is large enough for 2 people to both have wide sleeping pads.

3 Person Tent
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