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MULTI-SPORT FACILITIES MODERN BRIGHT AFFORDABLE


MUGACOVA™ COVERED GAMES AREA 2


8.5m x 16m, The Charter School, L ondon


• Custom design and build • Multi-purpose or sport specific • Natural daylight, energy efficient • Heating and ventilation options • Optional ancillary rooms


Sports Facilities


CHALLENGER™ SPORTS HALL 7


44m2 , Newbridge High School, Leicestershir e


Riverside Industrial Park, Tan Yard Road, Catterall, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 0HP Tel: 0800 0840 6458 www.collinson.co.uk


CopriSystems tough durable canopies are ideal for providing year round sporting facilities with total protection from the elements. Up to 40m spans available with unlimited length in either fixed or telescopic models. Translucent covers allow maximum natural light and full length sliding curtains provide complete ventilation.


GET UNDERCOVER for year round protection from the weather


With a CopriSystems sports dome -


• Structural, lightweight galvanised steel frame


• Translucent cover • Natural ventilation • Cost efficient • Fast installation • Year round weather protection • Suitable for a wide range of sports


CopriSystems COVERING TECHNOLOGY


Broughton Down, Nether Wallop Stockbridge SO20 8DS


Tel: 01794 301 000 Fax: 01794 301 342 www.coprisystems.com


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