Project Details Fabric Producer 1: Wax Converters Australia Design: Owain Jones, Hawkes Bay trim and Canvas Fabrication: Owain Jones, Hawkes Bay trim and Canvas Project Manager: Owain Jones, Hawkes Bay trim and Canvas Installation: Owain Jones, Hawkes Bay trim and Canvas Please describe the project specifications. This project was to supply and make a canvas skin …
Firefighter turnout gear, like outerwear in general, is cut larger than the body to accommodate movement and layers under the gear. Typically we add about 10 inches in oversize to a jacket. In addition, we add length and fullness where the body bends so that firefighters won’t be restricted when they move. But this approach makes turnout gear bulky.
The newly expanded and renovated portion of Dolphin Mall opened to shoppers on Tuesday, September 15th after 18 months of construction.
The purpose of this job was to reupholster the inside of a very rare 1920 OAKLAND. And also make a new convertible roof top and sides
Custom designed wave awnings and “tulips” at an outdoor promenade.
On a referral from a friend, our customer contacted us in early 2015 to transform his backyard and recreation area to a magical night under the stars for a wedding rehearsal dinner for his son.
Fly bridge Rigid Enclosure Redesign – This project was created using Sunbrella Tresco Linen fabric, with Makrolon UV rigid Polycarbonate and .040 Strataglass windows for the flybridge enclosure and the aft sun enclosure.
The main stadium roof protects the bleachers with a structure that flies over the audience as a large shell. A set of lighting projected onto the membrane, turning the cover into an entertainment show for a fun atmosphere.
It was our companies job to design, fabricate and install a 78′ long x 25′ wide combination of marine top and awning frame structure, complete with top cover having panels that would open up to allow patrons to view the stars at night and to see the masts and rigging.
As the official hub for the Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan Am Games, Ontario’s Celebration Zone at Harbourfront Centre was used as a temporary site open to visitors to experience programming featuring Ontario artists, interactive exhibits, and culinary demonstrations.