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school entrance canopy

The Memorial Parkway Junior High Entry Canopy began when an architect approached the CEAS+ engineers with three drawings. From just a few sketches, the engineers designed a canopy that was functional, unique, and sure to leave a lasting impression. This … Continued

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Logo Inspired Canopy

Having a good brand goes far beyond simply having a memorable logo. It improves recognition, creates trust, and inspires employees and customers. When Yulista decided to use their corporate logo as inspiration for their canopy they turned to CEAS+ to … Continued

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Stylish Wayfinding

Today’s stadiums can be difficult to navigate because they are more than just a stadium, they are a village created to give visitors an all day experience. The stadium works as a hub surrounded by restaurants, retail shops, hotels, and … Continued

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The Art of Shade

Some things just lend themselves to going together… like peanut butter & jelly, chips & salsa, and now CEAS+ & Parasoleil. CEAS+ brings 50+ years experience in the niche field of Open Air Steel Structure, while Parasoleil has 12 years … Continued

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Walk this Way…

Every day we move on foot traversing from point A to B. We walk from parking lots to the entrances of buildings or from building to building. As we move through space, wouldn’t it be great to be able to … Continued

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Define Your Space: Planes

As our inner city architectural landscapes tighten in around us, we find ourselves spending more time in the space between space. So the question becomes, how do we define space, make it interesting, engaging and functional? The answer is structural … Continued

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Let the Sun Shine

Open Air Steel Structures have the ability to set the tone for buildings, shaping our feelings and emotional state before we even enter the space. No one likes walking under a dark canopy which feels like a cave.

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The Modern Day Trellis

Offering shade, fresh air and an interesting effect with shades as sun passes through the latilla, trellis structures have been a part of architecture since the early 19th Century.

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Urban Regeneration

Across North America, communities are reinventing and transforming their ‘city center experience’. The results are attracting both business and urban living.

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Time is Money

A trend we are following in the A&D community is speed of construction. Tight deadlines require buildings to be finished quickly, resulting in contractors feeling the pressure both in time and money.

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