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Case Studies

Tenting Case Study: Fenway Park

When the Boston Red Sox and Fenway Park needed to add extra spacing in the bullpen and dugout areas to protect the players off the field, they reached out to PEAK Structure Solutions to build out a custom dug out extension that met all MLB guidelines and maintained their historical integrity of the historic ballpark.

Tenting Case Study: New England Free Jacks

When the New England Free Jacks rugby organization sought to provide an elevated fan experience at their home playing field in Quincy, Massachusetts, they reached out to PEAK Event Services to help design and build a Temporary Structure to facilitate their Lantern Suite, an enclosed VIP-ticketed fan viewing and seating space.

Tenting Case Study: York, Maine Archaeological Dig

When the town of York, Maine sought to protect an archaeological dig site in its township prior to the proposed construction of a new housing development, it enlisted the assistance of PEAK Structure Solutions Team to build a protective Temporary Structure to help facilitate the exploratory dig.

Tenting Case Study: Snowport Winter Market

When the Boston Seaport sought to bring an outdoor winter shopping experience to its community, the client consulted with PEAK Event Services to utilize long-term temporary tents to create a beautiful, European-style Winter Market that met both practical needs but was also aesthetically beautiful and would be a destination for visitors.

Tenting Case Study: Wayland Department of Public Works

When the Town of Wayland’s Department of Public Works began construction on two new water tanks for their municipal water filtration system in December, they reached out to PEAK Event Services for a Temporary Structure Tent to prevent the new systems from freezing and to protect workers from the elements during the construction phase.