Boldscan’s multi-purpose Clubhouse has ticked the box on budget, versatility, aesthetics, quality and timescale for a wide variety of enterprises including leading art gallery, Hauser & Wirth, Quickes Cheesemakers, Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Knowsley Safari Park, Twycross Zoo, New Forest Water Park and Cambrian Birds.
Somerset based Boldscan developed the Clubhouse as part of its Albion Canvas Structure range, which has led the field in glamping tents and equipment. The Clubhouse concept grew out of demand from customers who wanted a unique design for festivals, weddings, cafes, bars and conference rooms with a clear span structure, rather than traditional marquees with centre poles.
Clients to date have chosen the traditional Clubhouse for its rustic colours that meld effortlessly into the landscape. However, Boldscan has just launched an exciting alternative; the Contemporary Clubhouse for those who want to stand out from the crowd. The clean white canvas walls and a slate blue coloured roof have a modern vibe and make this the perfect venue for a cool wedding.
Devon based cheesemaker Quickes had a limited capacity to serve refreshments in the shop at the Crediton farm. It was suggested that they open a café and within eight weeks the new ivory canvas Farm Kitchen was up and running. It took just two days to erect.
The New Forest Water Park has installed the Clubhouse to hold safety demonstrations for up to 100 people at a time. Mark Jury, company director, commented, “Given our setting in the magnificent New Forest, first impressions are very important; the new structure had to blend effortlessly into the landscape. It also fulfilled our other criteria: it was cheaper than building and was quick to erect.”
Boldscan’s managing director, Steve Hansford commented: “The design of the Clubhouse has been a great success. With standard and bespoke sizes it has proved the solution for many enterprises looking to expand quickly and inexpensively.”