Voted ‘Best Pool Hall’ 17 years straight, The Crooked Cue in Mississauga sets up and tears down their sidewalk patio every year. Parading an extensive menu, 100+ craft beers, and 23 billiards tables, the additional patio seating quickly fills as the weather turns.
Looking to upgrade their coverage from a traditional rollout awning, The Crooked Cue contacted ShadeFX for a site assessment, proposal, and installation. ShadeFX manufactured and installed two 14’ x 18’ custom black structures, paired with retractable roofs. The Ferrari Concrete fabric provides rain protection and allows for the placement of heaters underneath.
For city compliance, the structures cannot be permanently mounted to the sidewalk. They are required to be removed at the end of each patio season (October) and re-installed the following spring (May). As a result, the structure posts are secured to the deck joists with detachable structural bolts. The ledger beam against the building is the only permanent piece of the structure that remains in place throughout the offseason.
|Project Year: ||2019 |
|Location: ||Mississauga, Ontario, Canada |
|Products: ||2 Bay Aluminum Structures with Retractable Roofs |
|Services: ||Site Assessment, Installation, Engineering Services |
|Fabric: ||Serge Ferrari Concrete |
|Powder Coat: ||Black |