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St Anne’s Catholic Primary School
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  • Product

    Motiva Cantilever

  • Size

    6500mm X 3500mm

  • Colours

    RAL 6002

Project Details

St. Anne's Catholic Primary School is a friendly and playful school, full of ambition and incredibly polite children!

But whilst it may seem as though they have everything going for them, they did have one thing missing.

When it rained there was nowhere outside to take shelter, meaning that playtime was always at the mercy of the Great British Weather. Not ideal when you have energetic children, aching to run around!

When St. Anne's Catholic Primary School contacted A&S Landscape it was to install a Motiva Cantilever to provide the necessary cover that meant whatever the weather, playtime would go on!

The Motiva Cantilever is a variant of our Motiva range and can use back, front or central uprights which means this design is especially suitable for play areas where big pieces of steel don't always go very well with tiny heads moving at high speed!

We installed this Motiva Cantilever curved roof canopy at 6500mm x 3500mm, with Alu-Tuff™ box profile guttering and downpipes, all in Dura-Coat™ smart green steelwork (RAL 6002) with high, wide and effective post protectors in matching green to protect little warriors from those bumps and scrapes.
The great thing about the Motiva Cantilever is that it’s flexible upright positioning means it can fit into even the smallest, most awkward spaces, working around doors and making sure that you can always get the weather protection you need.

To find out more about the Motiva Cantilever, click here and if you have any questions then get in touch.


Dear Sirs

Two man team were very competent and knew what they were doing. The job was excellent.

Headteacher St. Anne's Catholic Primary School

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