This project, completed in August 2017 by Goodwin-Cole Company, Inc. at Stanford University, consisted of two separate canopies installed over bleacher seating for the University tennis courts. In the background, another project by Goodwin-Cole Company, Inc. can be seen at the Stanford University football stadium. This project, completed in 2014, consisted of a set of four high-peak tent canopies designed, constructed, and installed over the Stanford University Stadium Press Box.
Canopies for Tennis Courts Bleacher Area
In 2006, and then again in Summer 2017 we re-covered two existing canopy frames approx. 43’ x 21’ and 120’ x 28’ in Ferrari Moss Green. #502
Press Box Tent Canopy
In 2014, Goodwin-Cole was commissioned by Stanford University to complete the re-cover project for the University Stadium Press Box tent canopy. This canopy consists of four 20’ x 24’ high-peak roof panels for completed dimensions of 24’ x 80’ and a height of X feet and was fabricated utilizing over 300 yards of Ferrari Fabric Burgundy #8284. Each 20’ x 24’ canopy section was then handily topped with a 20” x 36” Stanford logo pennant.
Goodwin-Cole continues to prepare the tent for storage each year, removing the cover and then returning again the next season for its replacement.
West Recreation Center: we installed 3 manual mechoshades covering five windows and two flat panels to cover doors. Fabric is 0-1% 904 black/brown with bronze fascia on windows.
- Arrillaga and Education & Recreation Center
- Maples Pavilion
- Tresidder Union
- Polya Hall
Canopies & Awnings
- Soccer Field
- Equestrian Center
- Tennis Stadium—Pavilion
- Football Stadium
We know custom canopies, tents, and awnings
Goodwin-Cole Company, Inc. has been providing the Sacramento area with canopies, tents, and awnings since 1888. There is no project too large for us. If you’re interested in learning how we can assist your business, give us a call at (916) 381-8888 or fill out our online form! We look forward to serving your business with quality, experience, and professionalism.