Canopies & Walkways

From functional to fanciful, curved canopies and covers come in all sizes, shapes and colors. These open-style roofs may be used to cover pedestrian walkways, gasoline station service islands, transit shelters and many other applications. Curveline’s crimp-curving process increases the strength and rigidity of the panels, achieving wide spans with minimal framing and substructure support.
 

7/22/2016

Designed by the project’s general contractor, The Haskell Company of Jacksonville, FL, and fabricated by Classic Recreation Systems Inc. of Dewey, AZ, the curved entryways at the Gatorade manufacturing facility in Tolleson, AZ, provide shade and shelter while offering an aesthetic contrast to the large rectangular tilt-up concrete building...


7/22/2016

When Harlow Gardens nursery owner Bill Harlow set out to create an outdoor sales area that would be protected against the hot Arizona sun, he wanted a covering that would be functional and blend in aesthetically with the existing property....


7/25/2016

The Curveline crimp-process was used to create curved dock covers at this air force base marina. The curving process adds considerable rigidity to the metal, forming virtually self-supporting dock covers with minimal framing requirements...


7/22/2016

The Iowa River Gazebo in Coralville, IA, is a trail rest stop that overlooks the river and features free-standing exhibits and historical displays that explain Coralville’s history and founding....


7/22/2016

Crimp-curved metal roofing panels are used to form the soffit and canopy system that links the new Nafe Katter Theatre and two adjoining buildings on the University of Connecticut campus in Storrs, CT...


7/25/2016

The curved canopied walkway structure connects remote parking areas to three main entries. The buildings at Schofield Barracks in Oahu, HI date back to World War II and have a strong historical context...