Monopitch Canopies

Monopitch canopies feature a single sloped roof, supported by a series of beams or supports. This design is simple but highly effective making it one of the most recognisable structures in our collection.

Although straightforward and uncomplicated, the Monopitch meets all the functional requirements of a canopy. With submerged fixing and anti-tamper high strength bolts, they’re solidly built to withstand almost any weather condition. The gently sloped roof, guttering, and downpipes efficiently channel even the heaviest of downpours, keeping everyone beneath dry and comfortable. The beams are well-placed and unobtrusive which creates a space which is bright, open and airy while remaining completely sheltered. It’s because of this that Monopitch canopies are the perfect choice for almost any application or use.

And although the underlying design is simple, the Monopitch is certainly interesting. These canopies can extend from an existing building or structure with a wall mounting or can stand separately on columns. Roofing materials range from tensile fabric to toughened glass or even multicoloured polycarbonate sheets. The glazing bars can even become a feature of the canopy by incorporating materials with aesthetic as well as strength properties such as aluminium. Or for a more traditional look the Monopitch can include decorative trusses, spandrels and lattice beams.

A Monopitch canopy can follow a straight or curved walkway and can be built to any length, width or height. This makes the design a good choice for an extensive covered walkway to link buildings or provide a safe entrance route, while a smaller, lighter contemporary version might be just right to frame a doorway and give a premises a simple yet striking appearance.

Whether a simple construction is needed for a smoking or vaping shelter or a large, covered area for outdoor teaching, you really cannot go wrong with Monopitch canopies.

Case Studies

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St John & St James CofE Primary School, London

Broxap were asked by St John and St James CofE Primary School, London to design, manufacture and install a glazed Monopitch entrance canopy to the front of the school...

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Green Ridge Primary Academy, Aylesbury

Green Ridge Primary Academy in Aylesbury is a purpose built schools which upon completion aimed to meet community demand for increased school admissions...

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St John's Innovation Park, Cambridge

Vinci Construction UK Ltd. were engaged in working on the new St John's Innovation Park in Cambridgeshire. The project required a series of cycle parking solutions...

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Elms Farm Primary School, Birmingham

Bouygues Construction Ltd. were working at a school that required two canopies in two different areas. Firstly the EYFS required a canopy outside of their classrooms...

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Aureus Primary School, Oxfordshire

Broxap were tasked with designing and delivering a series of monopitch shelters. The school site also required items of cycle parking including both cycle and scooter racks...

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Tron Court Shopping Centre, Alloa

The redevelopment of this shopping area gave Broxap the opportunity to work with RJ McLeod (Contractors) Ltd. when they supplied a bespoke canopy solution...

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Mayfield School Campus, Whitehaven

This pre-school had an outdoor area at the rear of the building for children to play in with three existing shelters, however it was...

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Reynalds Cross School, Solihull, West Midlands

Broxap installed a large scale canopy at Reynolds Cross School in Solihull. Creating a covered outdoor area which can be used for play...

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Wistaston Academy, Moreton Road, Crewe 

The Wistaston Academy contacted Broxap Ltd in view to creating an extension to one of their current Early Learning Years classrooms...


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