Word-of-mouth connections

April 1st, 2021

An 18-by-30-meter Losberger clearspan structure with custom tops by Anchor Industries protected guests from the elements while they dined under a picturesque sky. A tented wedding installation in the time of COVID-19 confronts a pandemic, hot weather and communication barriers to create an event that makes the happy couple—happy. by Sigrid Tornquist Never underestimate the […]

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Double the fun: US Event Structures installs a double-decker tent at a popular festival

October 1st, 2020

Prior to the pandemic, US Event Structures installed a 10-by-10-meter Losberger double-decker tent for a client looking to wow customers and food festival attendees. Photos courtesy of US Event Structures. In March of 2020, before the COVID-19 pandemic forced numerous event cancellations and postponements across the country, US Event Structures, a tent rental company based […]

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PPE and bad excuses

August 1st, 2017

There are a lot of reasons why workers fail to wear PPE—but none of them are good. Why do tent installers fail to use personal protective equipment (PPE) on job sites? That’s a great question—one without good answers. We frequently see workers on tent sites that are near to and working with loud equipment; moving […]

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Clearspan tents offer clear advantages

August 1st, 2017

Clearspan structures open up lucrative markets for tent rental companies. With scaled-down and modular designs, even small tent rental companies can take advantage of these opportunities. Clearspan structures offer an array of benefits for tent rental companies and their clients. One of the biggest attractions is their unobstructed interior space—there’s no need for interior support […]

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McCarthy Tents & Events installs structures for U.S. Presidential Inauguration

June 1st, 2017

Providing tents for the U.S. Presidential Inauguration’s media crews meant working long hours within a tight timeframe for McCarthy Tents & Events. For Rochester, N.Y.-based McCarthy Tents & Events, the U.S. Presidential Inauguration in January was just another step in the company’s steady growth trajectory over the past 10 years. The company typically provides services […]

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Museum of the American Revolution inspires with a clear top tent

June 1st, 2017

For the April grand opening gala of the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia, Pa., EventQuip of Lansdale, Pa., installed a 12-by-76-meter Losberger P7 profile with a clear top for the gala dinner tent, a 9-by-6-meter Losberger P7 with a white top for the entrance tent, a 9-by-55-foot clear-top Aztec marquee for building access, […]

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Installing a structure on a scaffold

October 1st, 2016

New York Tent installs a rooftop structure that couldn’t be attached to the roof. When Citnalta Construction Corp. approached Long Island-based New York Tent to cover a roof that it needed to rip off and replace, the construction firm had one big caveat: because of the work that had to be done, the tent couldn’t […]

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Above water

December 1st, 2015

With no space to expand on land, a wedding installation is extended into a lake. When you’ve already provided an “all out” wedding installation for a client, how do you top yourself when daughter #2 sets a date? That was one of many challenges Hank Parker’s Party and Tent Rentals of Rochester, N.Y., faced with […]

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