These Tension Structure Cabanas were architecturally inspired by the sail boats in the nearby marina at the San Diego Marriott. They are approximately 13’ x 13’ with a peak height of 20’. We worked tirelessly with the architect for nearly 6 months until the design was fine-tuned and ready for bid documents. Although we were not the low bidder on the job, our history of expertise and quality craftsmanship secured us the project.
With close attention to detail, we were able to provide neat and clean fabric attachments. The stainless steel cables and hardware added the finishing touches that really brought home the feel of a sailing vessel. As opposed to using a lightweight sail cloth, we were able to provide a warmer touch with a knitted HDPE fabric. This also helped provide longevity with a 10 year warranty.
Thanks to our ability to produce a quality product and unyielding cooperation and hard work from our friendly installation crew, the project ended up being a wonderful success and enabled us to lock in additional work on two separate occasions, one with Clark Construction and another with Mark Millich the property managers.
Project Name: San Diego Marriott
Project Location: San Diego, CA
Year Completed: 2011
Membrane Type: Cabana Fabric: Sunbrella 4604 Natural, Sail Fabric: Polytex HDPE Porcelain, HDPE Fabric Curtains
Total Project Size: (4) Adjacent Cabanas, approximately 13’-10” x 13’-0” each