No matter what kind of sports ground you operate, a covered sports pavilion could be a perfect addition, whether to ensure that athletes can get ready for their competition – or enjoy post-game drinks and discussion – in a warm, comfortable and inviting place.
Opting for a prefabricated pavilion building can be one fast and easy way to improve a sports facility. In addition, the installation of such a structure could help to increase revenues. For example, the space could include a bar or cafe, or you might be able to rent out rooms for meetings or other purposes.
We can provide a turnkey solution that includes design and installation of bespoke sports pavilions. We can also fit various internal fixtures in the completed structure.
Since all of the CopriSystems structures are manufactured off-site using modern methods of construction, the sports pavilions can be environmentally friendly constructions that comply with BRE Environmental Assessment Methods. This also means that you will benefit from a quick build-time, causing little or no disruption to the rest of the facility.
Frames are typically manufactured from high-tensile steel section that has been hot-dip galvanised to prevent corrosion. Glulam can also be used for a traditional wood appearance.
Roofs are generally made from PVC-coated polyester fabric, which is stretched over the frame. Since the material is translucent, it allows natural light in during the day. It is also resistant to abrasions and UV damage and is designed to last for more than 20 years.
Our sports pavilions conform to all building regulations, as well as the British Standards for snow and wind loadings.
Depending on your preferences and the nature of the sports facility, you can opt for a tensile fabric dome or a more traditionally designed building with dual-hipped or mono-pitched roofs. The latter can be made up to three storeys high and both designs can be created in any size you require.
In addition, a number of options are available so you can ensure the finished result blends in with its surroundings. For example, exterior walls can include brick-effect, curtain walling, cedar board or steel cladding , while period features like pillars or porticos can be included.
The insides of the structures may be fitted out in any way you require. This can include various flooring options like carpet, vinyl, timber or laminate, while your choice of suspended ceiling and wall finishes may also be provided.
Heating, lighting and plumbing can all be included in the structure. And if you’re worried about your carbon footprint, fixtures like solar power and water recycling may also be installed.
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