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ICON Shelter Systems, Inc.

 

Address: 1455 Lincoln Ave.

 

City/State/Zip: Holland, MI, 49423

 

Phone: 800-748-0985

 

FAX: 616-396-0944

 

Website: iconshelters.com

 

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Vendor Profile: ICON Shelter Systems Inc. is the original manufacturer of the following trademarked product lines Craftsman Series Shelters Trail Series Shelters En Route Transit Shelters LiveShade Live Roof Shelters Vista Series Shelters SOLUMIN Solar Shelter Lighting I-ROCK GFRC Faux Stone Bases. ICON produces a full line of standard shelters and provides complete custom engineering and fabrication services.

 

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Shelters

ICON's line of Industry Standard Shelters can be modified and accessorized in many ways to produce a custom looking structure. You can change the the overall size in one foot increments, raise or lower the roof pitch, raise the eave height, extend the eave overhang, and add a roof tier or two without adding custom design charges.
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Vista Series Shelters

ICON continues to innovate with the introduction of its Vista Series??? shelters. This dramatic two-level shelter is the first of its kind. The VQ22M-P8 model shown is built into a sloped berm for accessibility via a catwalk.
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Italianate Style Clock Tower

Improvements at the Johanna W. Westergard Library in Piscataway, N.J. include this 26' tall Italianate Style clock tower with two 42" internally-lit clocks. The clocks are controlled by GPS automatic reset.
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Clock Kiosk Tower

Clock kiosk tower - Provide time and announcements in public spaces with this clock kiosk tower. Features four GPS controlled clocks and four lockable display cases.
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Drum Point Elementary Octagon Shelter

Recent improvements at the Drum Point Elementary School playground in Brick, N.J. include this 34?? Craftsman Series Octagon Shelter, model CT34M2C-P4
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Three Custom Arbor Structures

Monterey Village, a development in Elk Grove, Calif., installed three custom arbor structures to provide partial shade in the pool area. Intersecting slats over intersecting supports create an interesting visual effect.
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RH14X24TA-P4 Mail Box Shelter

RH14X24TA-P4 Mail Box Shelter - ICON provided several of these rectangular, hipped roof structures to shelter community mail centers in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
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Budget-Sensitive Resting Shelters

The Trail Series Shelters are a new collection of budget-sensitive resting shelters, kiosks and recreational equipment for use on trails, bike paths.
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30 Diameter Octagonal Shelter

This custom 30?? diameter octagonal shelter is situated along a hiking trail at the Etiwanda Preserve near Rancho Cucamonga, CA. It features 22 gauge corrugated, weathering steel roof panels and site-built masonry columns.
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Custom ICON Interval Shelter

This custom ICON Interval Shelter is the second phase of the improvements at Lucerne Alpine Park in Lucerne, Calif.
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VQ22M-P8 Model

ICON continues to innovate with the introduction of its new Vista Series??? shelters. VQ22M-P8 model shown with circular stair was exhibited at 2013 NRPA.
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Trellis - Tiara on the Statue of Liberty

A new trellis structure in Jersey City, NJ ??takes its motif from the tiara on the Statue of Liberty.
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Two-level Shelter

ICON continues to innovate with the introduction of its Vista Series??? shelters. This dramatic two-level shelter is the first of its kind. The VQ22M-P8 model shown is built into a sloped berm for accessibility via a catwalk.
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iconshelters.com

 


 



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