BigSteelBox Structures Attends Mineral Exploration Roundup 2014

Mineral-Roundup_400-2.jpgBigSteelBox Structures was excited to be a part of the Mineral Exploration Roundup trade show held in Vancouver, BC, from January 27-30, 2014.

The BigSteelBox Structures team spent two days discussing the advantages of using steel, modular buildings, for workforce housing, offices and labs on remote job sites.

Presented by the Association for Mineral Exploration in British Columbia (AME BC), this prestigious event was a great opportunity for us to connect with other companies involved in BC's mineral exploration and development industry.

AME BC is the leading voice of mineral exploration and development in BC, and organizes this event to give exhibitors and visitors to the show the opportunity to learn about the latest developments in mineral exploration in British Columbia and around the world.

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