During the summer of 2015 Rogers Park Montessori School needed to expand its school approximately 15,000 square feet to allow for the increase in student enrollment. With the location being in the city of Chicago the design had to accommodate the small parcel of land they were located on. In an effort to maximize recreational space, a beautifully curved roof top pavilion was designed. Along with the carbonate paneled roof and hot-dip galvanized tubing, this pavilion will last for decades.
This pavilion will last for decades.
From the standpoint of durability and aesthetic fit, hot-dip galvanizing was the coating chosen. Rogers Park Montessori School wanted the finish of the pavilion to be safe for children to interact with, stand up to the harsh winters of Chicago and the wear and tear of a school setting.
The combination of the colors, purple, yellow and the silver zinc finish makes this pavilion as beautiful as it is functional.
Building & Architecture
Recreation & Entertainment
Chicago, IL United States
Aesthetics, Coating Durability, Corrosion Performance, Ease of Specifying, Life-Cycle Cost, Quality of HDG, Sustainability, Turnaround Time
Structural Tubing Columns, Curved Arched Purlins and all brackets.
Rogers Park Montessori School
Valmont Coatings - Empire Galvanizing
Thank you! Your vote has been accepted.