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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital


To provide continuity between hospital campus buildings and make the best use of what would otherwise have been dead space, Structurflex designed and fabricated a tensile mesh canopy that links the existing garage and the new medical facility. Structurflex also provided an undulating tensile mesh screening system to screen views from the new medical facility building immediately adjacent. The vibrant colors provide visual interest and reflect the hospital’s commitment to providing children and their families with hope. These screening systems are very economical and are easily incorporated with existing parking garages.



DETAILS

APPLICATION
Tensile Mesh Facade Screening

LOCATION
3100 SW 62nd Ave, Miami, FL 33155

FABRIC TYPE
COATED PES MESH - SERGE FERRARI SOLTIS FT 381

ARCHITECT
Innovations Design Group

CONTRACTOR
Robins & Morton

DEVELOPER
Variety Children’s Hospital d/b/a Nicklaus Children’s Hospital

LOCATIONS

Americas

APPLICATIONS

For more details contact info@structurflex.com

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