The project was to provide cover for processing and picking up cars as they are sold to their customers.
The client and architect wanted a canopy that added a ‘feature item’ to the building which was also going through a refurbishment.
It had to allow two cars to be parked side by side and another two deep.
The architect developed a concept they had the fabric repeating to a high and low point in the steel base frame. This was a unique design which required skillful engineering and later fabrication from our team in order to replicate the architect design intent.
The results meant the client could present all cars post sale to their customers in an aesthetically pleasing environment that also practically kept the customers dry in all weather conditions. Additionally, it created a feature item for the building which added enormous value to the building, changing it from a tired industrial warehouse to a modern processing facility.
The project was to provide cover for the processing of sold vehicles due to be picked up by their customers. The client and architect wanted a canopy that added a ‘feature item’ to the building which was also being refurbished. The fabric used was Sieon Fluomax T2-106 900gm/sqm, the size approximately 160 sqm.