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Shade Structures, Awnings and Canopies from Miami Awning® can assist in creating a quality teaching and learning environment. Canopies and Shade Structures can create outdoor learning areas, shaded recreational areas, lunch areas, walkways, and entrances that will benefit both students and faculty.
Covered walkway canopies provide the perfect medium to connect various areas together, while protecting from harmful UV rays and rain. Canopies and Shade Structures make your school work by creating drop-off and pick-up areas for students.
Athletic departments benefit from the various styles of canopies and shade structures for playground areas, athletic fields, and bleachers. Students, staff, and spectators are protected from the harmful rays of the sun and are kept cool. All with approved fire-rated fabrics. Engineered to the Florida Building Code.
20ft. x 10ft. / 20ft. x 20ft. / 20ft. x 30ft / 20ft. x 40ft. / 20ft. x 60ft / 25ft. x 25ft. / 25ft. x 50ft. / 30ft. x 60ft. / 40ft x 60ft. /
Units can be put side by side and in various configurations. Custom sizes are always available.
Hospitals, medical centers, nursing homes, and offices benefit greatly from canvas awnings, canopies, and shade structures. Entrance canopies greet patients and visitors, walkway canopies connect various buildings, outdoor canopies provide areas where smoking is allowed as well as provide shade and rain protection, carport canopies shelter vehicles for doctors and staff, and canopies are also used for portable MRI trailers. Awnings and canopies add color, while providing shade and shelter for various areas throughout medical complexes. Canopies allow emergency vehicles to drive up to entrances and provide protection from the elements, making the transition from emergency vehicles to the medical facility less traumatic during bad weather.
The National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention recommends safety tips for preventing Skin Cancer. Shaded recreation areas are recommended for students, athletes, fans, and spectators. Major League Baseball, Major League Baseball Players Association, and the American Academy of Dermatology team up each year to raise awareness regarding skin cancer detection for players and fans. Miami Awning is happy to inform that the American Academy of Dermatology awards Shade Structure Grants of $8,000.00 for non-profit organizations and public schools.
The 2016 grant cycle will reopen September 1. Apply if you have a project in the works or have installed a canopy or other shade structure. For those who would like to have a shade structure, give us a call. Now is the time to get the added funds for shaded areas for schools, physical education, baseball, soccer, tennis, spectator areas, and other uses.