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Corporate Campus Garage Canopy


A uniquely designed, 1,994-car parking garage on an innovative corporate campus required a canopy that could measure up. Structurflex engineered a canopy that connects two 60-foot parking bays and reduces rainfall on the lower plaza areas, which serve as outdoor courtyards and recreational areas. The canopy adds another architectural design element to the garage and advances the architects’ vision of redefining how people think about parking structures.

The steel structure was fabricated and painted in the midwest and shipped to the west coast site. The framework was erected by local iron workers and Structurflex installed the ETFE canopy membrane.

Photos by Jeremy Bittermann / JBSA.



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