Symmetric Arch Canopies

The balanced, familiar shape of the Symmetric Arch Canopy is recognisable to all. This makes the product extremely versatile and adaptable to numerous functions, as well as highly popular.
The design is perfect for reflecting the harmony or order of a site, such as in its use as an outdoor classroom for example.

In this purpose, the Symmetric Arch Canopy allows for the correct spacing of equipment and can be built to bespoke dimensions to ensure it has a capacity fit for its intended use.
When providing a covered dining area, the canopy enables the convenient layout of furniture.

Smaller sized builds can be used for cycle parking, while the addition of side panels and gates ramps up the security level when anti-theft measures are called for.

The style of the Symmetric Arch Canopy varies to incorporate everything from straightforward shapes, to the dynamic use of materials such as timber and the inclusion of branding detail to make the structure unique.

Particularly popular is our Newcastle Symmetric Arch Canopy. Available in Junior or Senior sizes, this versatile and cost-effective modular canopy can be tailored to suit unique requirements. Our design team can adapt the width, height, and profile of the roof to blend seamlessly with any current premises and to suit any purpose.

The Broxap standard range also includes Symmetric Arch Canopies that are specifically designed for certain applications, such as bus stops and car washes. However all of these canopies can also be customised with extras including internal lighting, eco-friendly solar lighting, and for added security, vinyl roll down curtains or steel roller shutters.

A Symmetric Arch Canopy may be selected to perform as an entrance point, unifying an outside area with its existing surroundings. Or by choosing deliberately different or complementary styles, a Symmetric Arch Canopy can act as a way of demarcating and separating spaces within a single site.

Case Studies

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Hatch End High School,
Harrow

This high school asked Broxap to desgin a shelter that would cover the open area between two school buildings. The brief...

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Cambourne Village College,
Cambridgeshire

Working with Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure Ltd., Broxap supplied a range of canopies and shelters to this college...

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Church Langley Community Primary School, Harlow, Essex

The school required two individual covered areas to be created adjacent to their existing playground canopy to create extra covered play...

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Coleg Cambria, Northop Campus, Mold

Sited on the Northop Campus of the College, Broxap installed these two Newcastle Symmetric shelters one to be used as a smoking shelter...

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The Kingsway School, Cheadle, Stockport

This school contacted Broxap in regard to replacing an existing walkway and creating a new outdoor dining area. After a visit from one of our...

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Neasden Primary School, Hull

As part of a complete new build school programme Broxap supplied a whole host of outdoor equipment including a Newcastle...

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St. Joseph's Catholic Lower School, Bedford

The school had an open entrance way with a door directly into the school. Broxap provided this entrance solution which offers a cost...

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Chirk Court Care Home, Wrexham

Working in con-junction with Anwyl Construction Ltd, Broxap were asked to design and install an enclosed 'link-way' shelter between two...

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Baysgarth School, Barton-upon-Humber

Broxap installed this large scale Newcastle Lattice canopy at the school to create a large dining area for pupils to eat outside and free up...


Alternative Styles Available