Beautiful fall sunsets make extraordinary tented landscapes.
I don’t think we post enough photos of installations that we do, so here’s the install progression of a 60×220 festival tent we did this past weekend. 13,000 square feet of tent and 2 million BTUs of heat.
Filed under Climate Control, Corporate Tenting, Fests, High Peak Tension Tents, Installations, St. Patty's Day, Tables and Chairs, Tent HVAC, The Crews, Weather, Winter Installs
We install holiday tents at a number of restaurants throughout Chicagoland, keeping customers warm, comfortable, and happy. This one happens to be installed at Portillos as over flow space. They always take care of their customers and it’s a pleasure working with them!
80×90 White Century Tent, 10′ uprights, full floor and temperature control.
Installing everything in the dead of night during November in Chicago is challenging, but we’re always up for it.
40×60 Navi-Trac tent with full interior tent draping, tent liner, and floor.
Beautiful birthday celebration on a misty Saturday. 40×60 clear-top tent with full floor, doors, clear walls, and a classic car collection back-dropping the event. We also supplied 60 tons of air-conditioning and powered the event with a 200kW diesel generator.
Filed under Clear-Top Tents, Climate Control, Custom Work, Equipment, Event Power, Flooring and Staging, Frame Tents, Lighting, Tables and Chairs, Tent Floors and Carpet, Tent HVAC, Weather
Here’s some shots from start to finish on a permanent resale we did for a local hotel group. Everything needed to be done here from cement, HVAC work(exterior and interior), carpet, and obviously all the tenting.
Filed under Climate Control, Corporate Tenting, Custom Work, Equipment, Fabric and Drapes, Frame Tents, Installations, Lighting, Permanent Venues, Semi-Permanent Tents, Tent Doors, Tent Floors and Carpet, Tent HVAC, The Crews, Weddings
30×40 “warming tent” that we installed in -5 degree wind chills on Monday. Burr. The tent stays up for a lights festival from now until January. They’ll be serving hot chocolate, hot dogs, and coffee as a way of warming up and getting people out of the cold wind.
And of course you need to heat it….