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This canopy was made to cover an area between two buildings where traffic passes in both directions and is on wheels in case you need to roll it away!
This shade structure was made to cover kids from the summer heat at a day camp. In the winter, the shade are taken down until next summer!
This shade structure is for the ultimate beach getaway. On the roof overlooking the Atlantic. What more can you ask for but a little more shade!
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Camp Wayne for Girls Gymnastic Pavilion.
This project was done many years and has had its cover replaced a couple of times as well.
It’s a temporary pavilion for gymnastics at a girls camp in Pennsylvania.
It could easily be a pavilion for eating, dancing, sports, yoga or as an outdoor meeting place with protection from the elements any where.
It’s easy enough to be taken down and installed by workers at the camp.
It’s affordable and, most importantly, it works.
It’s made with a combination of aluminum and steel masts which support a vinyl coated polyester membrane.
Not a bad view from the pavilion either.
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