Our clients asked us to turn their active home construction site into their elegant wedding reception site. Earthmoving equipment was hired to excavate a sloping yard of loose fill and soil mounds to provide a firm footing for a bi-leveled floor with supports ranging from two to seven feet in height. Additionally, to make way for our tents, a 28 foot tree was replanted in the yard to allow the tent to be centered with the house. Limited access for heavy equipment on-site required a 14-man crew to raise the center poles for the 100′ x 80′ Academy Series 2000 tent. A custom house connector was placed between the house and the dining tent. Two Academy 20′ x 40′ frame tents were installed on an angle in the remaining yard area to serve the caterers needs. When complimented with 3,000 yards of backlit silk for a ceiling treatment, 120 tons of portable air-conditioning and strategically placed wall draping, the guests were unaware that the house and grounds were still under construction. EventQuip won a 2003 International Achievement Award for this project.
Credits: Peachtree and Ward, Atlas DesignRequest More Info