As part of the Cochiti Campground Phase II development plan, a series of attractive, copper-colored curved panel shelters were constructed to provide shade for picnicking and play. Located in New Mexico in Sandoval County, the project included the construction of about 30 such shelters. They were fabricated by Classic Recreation Systems, Inc. Classic specializes in pre-fabricated steel shelters that can be quickly assembled at the job site using hidden bolt connections. The Cochiti project utilizes Classic’s 12’ x 12’ Colorado curved roof model.
Classic Recreation’s Colorado curved-roof shelters come in a wide variety of sizes ranging from 8’ to 50’ in width. There’s no limit to the length they can be produced in.
The recreation site/campground is located within the boundaries of the Pueblo de Cochiti Indian Reservation. Cochiti Lake is on the Rio Grande, about halfway between Santa Fe and Albuquerque.
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I really like he way this structure looks! Good job design team.