Harvey's Brewery Install Series 120

Harvey's Brewery is the oldest independent brewery in Sussex with an inception that begins as far back as 1790. Founder, John Harvey established the Bridge Wharf Brewery on its present site by the River Ouse, overlooking Cliffe Bridge.

Keen to continue their expansion by hosting events and increasing accessibility to the public, J & J Carter were contacted by Harvey’s Head Brewer to discuss possible solutions.

This multi-award winning brewery operates from a Grade II listed site, so their focus was on sourcing the best temporary structure that could meet a range of configuration needs.

Following our site inspection, solutions were proposed and our Hampshire Structures Series 120 was selected. With 5m bays and a 2.487m side height, our 9m x 20m aluminium frame marquee structure was created with durable PVC covers in Verseidag DURASKIN™.

As part of our installation process, J & J Carter established cast in anchor bolt fixings to enable the structure to take on a variety of positions and configurations to suit each event.

We continue to work alongside Harvey’s Brewery, supporting them with the set-up of each installation in their desired format and of course, with any additional or replacement marquee cover or panel needs they may have in the future.

Engineered to B.S 6399 this structure is suitable for all year use with a wind speed rating of 69mph and snow load capacity of 30 Kg/sq.m

Designed to meet your individual requirements

Whether you want to change the size, shape or colour, we have the expertise to customise fabric structures to suit your needs. Discover more about the clearspans structures available at J & J Carter.

Key Facts

Location: United Kingdom
Structure: Frame Supported
Industry: Events
Roof Forms: Planar
Materials: PVC/PES

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