VPS hail protection and covered parking products include structural designs that meet the requirements for all types of properties, including those in high wind and snow load regions.
Available in a wide variety of designs, our Cantilever structures provide protection from hail events and the harmful effects of the sun’s UV rays. Additionally, the nature of a cantilevered design places the structural support columns away from drive lanes and parking spaces, enabling vehicles and pedestrians to move about the covered area without worry of striking structural support columns.
For clients seeking complete weather protection overhead, VPS can use many of its structural designs to include solid membrane fabric. Our HDPE Scrim, PVC, and PTFE commercial fabrics provide maximum protection from UV/sun, hail, rain, and snow. VPS’ specialized fabric patterning, welding, and attachment methods also ensure that these membranes will provide outstanding performance and aesthetics for many years to come.
Designed specifically for large-scale asset protection and covered parking applications, our mass coverage structures are engineered to provide multi-acre staging and parking areas. With our scalable, modular design, VPS can customize the bay sizing and layout to meet your site's specific dimension and terrain requirements.
From shaded boulevards to weather-protected passageways, VPS Covered Walkway structures provide pedestrians and travelers with overhead weather protection from parking lots, garages and office complexes to airport and transportation terminals, CONRACs, and more. We also offer a variety of fabrics to meet your specific project and budget requirements.
To meet the growing demand to integrate green technologies into new and existing surface and rooftop parking projects, select VPS structural designs can be fabricated to accept photovoltaic (PV) and solar array equipment. Municipalities driving renewable energy initiatives have looked favorably upon the installation of PV/Solar products on the top decks of parking structures.