ICON Shelters Offer More than Functionality

June 04, 2015

ICON Shelters
St. Louis, MO

Whether you need a traditional, standard shelter or more of a custom design, ICON Shelters offers a broad product line that you can customize or accessorize to create the right shelter for your space.

Lions Park Mini Shade ICON Shelters

Lion’s Park pavilion and shelters

Lion’s Park, Jennings, MO. Terraspec, the landscape architects who designed the park’s reconstruction, added a pavilion and mini-shade shelters with park benches. With its’ patented Ecoat/Powder coat process, which provides a rust-free system, ICON Shelters was the architect’s preferred products. The lighting, housed in a hidden conduit, allowed for a more pleasing, streamlined look.

Montfort Park, Kirkwood, MO. This neighborhood park features a stone clad pavilion. The landscape architects of Planning Design Studio utilized the ICON Craftsman style shelter as a design basis for the pavilion. They used stone to clad the columns and the integrated bench seat. A pagoda style flair was added to the roof constructed with a Douglas fir tongue and groove base and shingle finish. (See more pictures of this project.)

ICON Shelters - Eberwein Dog Park barn shelter

Eberwein Dog Park barn shelter.

Eberwein Dog Park, Chesterfield, MO. Built in 2011, the pavilion in this park offers shelter and a place for dog owners to socialize. ICON shelters shows off its ability to customize shelters by creating one that looks like a barn for this dog park.

Berry Park, Eureka, MO. ICON, chosen for its durability and ease of construction, is extremely customizable. The Craftsman shelter in this park features the I-Rock GFRC Stone bases on the columns and ornamental rails around the eave line of the roof. This park features three ICON structures in total – a large picnic shelter, a medium size picnic shelter and a three-sided information area called the Triosk. The shelters, playground and walking path all flow nicely through the park setting designed by landscape architect Patrick Worzer.

ICON Shelters - Wilkinson Elementary School outdoor shelter

Wilkinson Elementary School outdoor shelter.

 Outdoor School Classrooms, St. Louis, MO. Four schools – Wilkinson Elementary, Stix Elementary, Lexington Elementary, and Washington Elementary – used ICON Shelters to add a total of six shelters that are used as outdoor classrooms and space for the kids to work on outdoor projects.

ICON Shelter Systems are pre-engineered, bolt together structures that range from the most basic of standard park shelters and gazebos to the most complex of custom steel structures. The ICON framing system can eliminate bird nesting and can be used to run electrical wiring in a safe, out-of-sight way that also reduces maintenance and vandalism.

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  • Susan Trindle
    June 30, 2018 at 8:42 pm

    Where is the information on the two story structure Vq22m-p8


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