Oil & Gas IndustryRugged, weather-proof fiberglass shelters for Field Equipment
Shelter Works fiberglass shelters excel at protecting field equipment and processes critical to the oil and petroleum industry.
Professional engineer review and PE stamped drawings available for any project. Buildings can be engineered to comply with applicable national and local codes including IBC, NEC, IECC, and more.
Constructed using our patented FiberBeam™ technology, these durable shelters are engineered to withstand harsh temperatures, inclement weather, and resist damage from water, chemicals, and UV rays.
Shelter Applications Include
- Compressor Enclosure
- Metering Station
- Generator Enclosure
- Remote Terminal Unit (RTU)
- Lift Station
- Compressor Shelter
- Regulator Station
- Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
Shelter Works' fiberglass field equipment shelters are engineered to perform in any environment. Manufactured with our exclusive FiberBeam™ Technology our shelters are pound for pound stronger than steel.
They are built to withstand severe weather, extreme temperatures, and corrosive elements found throughout the oil and gas industry. Our shelters will be in service well past their 25 year warranty while providing dependable protection you can trust.
Plus, they are reusable and can be easily moved from one service point to another.
Every shelter we make is engineered to each application’s unique specifications. We offer a wide range of options, packages, and features to fully customize our shelters to fit the needs of the application. We manufacture everything from cabinets and small shelters that protect valves and measuring equipment to larger fiberglass buildings that accommodate stations, skids, and more complex oilfield and pipeline equipment.
Our seamless corners and roofs combined with the inherent structural strength of fiberglass, provide a secure, tamper-resistant environment to house critical field equipment.
These advantages make Shelter Works fiberglass shelters ideal for remote oil and gas operations in locations where equipment is often unattended for long periods.