If you are looking for a structure outside our stock, we can design and manufacture to meet your requirements in-house. Our engineering and design team have the experience and knowledge to tackle any challenge and specification. We have produced some of the most stunning bespoke structures in Europe including The Pavilion at the Tower of London and two double deck structures at Goodwood’s Festival of Speed.
We will work with you every step of the way creating your perfect structure to your specific requirements and budget. We work with you analysing the logistical implications and the build schedule, always putting your needs first. The demand for a bespoke structure is a requirement we are always delighted to meet.
In the summer of 2011, the Mar-Key Group worked closely with The Ultimate Experience to produce one of the most stunning bespoke structures of the year.
The structure can be used for a variety of events from corporate functions to glamorous parties and balls. The lit pathway and red carpet entrance make any guest feel like royalty as they enter a truly impressive structure, situated alongside one of England’s most prestigious buildings.
The spectacular custom built structure was designed by our exceptional engineering team including placement university students. Once the design had been structurally calculated, the manufacturing took place within our in house engineering workshop.
The Pavilion is an asymmetric structure with a custom built off centre curved reach beam. The back wall sits on a 4.3m leg and the front on a 3m leg. The main body of the structure has a low aspect roof angle of 10 degrees. This means pedestrians can look across the structure at the famous Tower of London. The reason for the high rear leg height is to allow projection screens to be situated above the heads of the guests at the rear wall for use at conferences and other events. The main body of the structure is 21m x 80m and has asymmetric fan ends adding a further 26m to the structure. The complexity of the design took several weeks to finalise before we could turn the idea into reality.
After the extremely successful debut year in 2011, the Pavilion was back again for the winter, with a different theme and 20m longer.
The structure will be back up in the summer of 2012 with a 'Gatsby' theme taking guests back into the world of the ‘roaring twenties’.