Details:

Who: Trinity Catholic College
Industry: Education
Area covered: Eating Area
Size: approximately 200m²
Finish: Primecoated and Powdercoated ‘Monument’
Cover: Ferrari 802S

Key Design Advantages:

Color match to existing building
incorporated heritage style corbels
entirely free standing
provides full waterproof protection

 

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Trinity Catholic College

Brief:

Provide a standalone waterproof cover to the area surrounding the canteen for students to use the area during inclement weather. In particular not detract from the historic building behind, but the structure was to complement it.

Outcome:

Waterproof PVC cantilever with an arched edge beam and corbels at key connections to complement the historic architecture of the school. Provides waterproof access between significant entry points and the canteen.

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