Tensile Membrane Structures
A tension structure or tensile structure is a structure that is characterized by a tensioning of the fabric or pliable material system (typically with wire or cable) to provide the critical structural support to the structure.
Tensile structures are fabricated as permanent or temporary canopy structures for commercial or public assembly, temporary event structures, modular industrial construction and landscape artwork. This unique fabric canopy strives for a light and airy look by minimizing the amount of framing and utilizing the strength of the fabric to help support the stability and equilibrium of the structure…. Read More
Car Park Shades
Car park shade structures have become an extremely important asset in providing car protection from the elements including rain, sun, harmful UV rays, hail and animal droppings. Shadeco Tensile offers standard single bay and double car park structures along with design your own custom structures.
Tensile fabric walkways provide a practical solution to managing traffic ow in public spaces. They offer a striking design alternative to more rigid, utilitarian materials. Reective fabric also enhances luminosity at night.
For information on covered walkways, Contact Shadeco Tensile.
Multi-use Structure with high impact. This kind of conic shape of tensile structure can be used in multi-functional area & application includes, play area, swimming pool, seating area, events, entrance canopy, walkway, courtyard, car park, hotel, restaurant, café, covered auditorium & many more areas.
We are committed to providing all of our clients with a consistently high quality, professional service from consultation, design, project management, manufacturing, installation and maintenance. Whether you are an architect, engineer, builder or building owner, Shadeco Tensile is able to provide a scope to ensure the successful execution of your project.
Our proven experience, expertise and technical innovation mean that a Shadeco Tensile project delivers not only outstanding design but also practicality in relation to, cost, quality, construction and project lifecycle.