Military Covers & Shelters Benefits

High-Quality Materials

At J & J Carter we have built a reputation on using the highest quality materials and components, with long life expectancy, capable of meeting all fire & safety regulations and suppliers with a manufacturer’s 10-year warranty. 

CE Compliant

J & J Carter have an approved Factory Production Control management system to enable the CE Marking of all our products. 

IR Reflective Covering Option

This disrupts the contours of objects, leading to a blurred image for the observer. Our covers will blend in with the natural environment providing a high quality camouflage effect. 

NATO Compliant Coverings

All of our coverings are approved by the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO).  Our military covers are manufactured with durable materials to suit all climatic conditions. 

Easy to Assemble

With full design and fast installation, our military covers & shelters are easily transported, quickly assembled and versatile in use. 

More Useable Internal Space

The design of our shelters & covers allows for more usable, internal space to form more efficiently networked military infrastructure. 

Semi-Permanent or Tactical Use System

Our high-performance covers & shelters are strong and built for either semi-permanent or tactical use – ready to be easily transported if needed.  

Year Round Protection & Weather Proof

At J & J Carter we use high-grade materials to ensure our covers & shelters provide protection all year round from all elements of weather.

Project Showcase

RAF Lakenheath

RAF Lakenheath for U.S Airforce

The U.S. Air Force required a service entrance to the base to have weather protection for vehicle searches.

Farnborough Airshow for Eurofighter.

Farnborough Airshow for Eurofighter

Our client called upon J & J Carter's expertise to design and manufacture the tensile fabric canopy element.

DSTL Porton Down

DSTL Porton Down

J & J Carter provided a turn-key solution including full structural design with site specific calculations.

National Railway Museum

National Railway Museum

One of the key structures of the museum, housing trains for display, had deteroriated over time and required replacement fabric that would incoporate modern technologies for longevity purposes.