Hoke County Health Pavilion

  • Product: Sloped canopy
  • Location: Fayetteville, NC
  • Architect: RPA Design
  • Contractor: JE Dunn
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About this Project

The Hoke County Health Pavilion is part of the Cape Fear Valley Health System. The pavilion boasts a full range of services from an on-site pharmacy to a full 41-bed hospital opened in 2015.

Crystal Structures enhanced the visitor experience with custom canopies and skylight.

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Skylight over pool Cavalier

Crystal Structures played a significant role in the construction of the Hoke County Health Pavilion by providing three custom-designed canopies that welcome visitors to the Health Pavilion and hospital entrance. These canopies provide shelter from the elements and add to the overall aesthetic appeal of the building.

In addition to the canopies, Crystal Structures manufactured a long skylight, also known as a sloped glazing product, above the main pavilion entrance. This skylight allows natural light to flood the interior space, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere for visitors and staff alike. Natural light has been shown to have numerous health benefits, making it an important feature in a healthcare setting.

The canopies and skylights manufactured by Crystal Structures demonstrate the company’s expertise in creating custom architectural solutions that enhance the functionality and aesthetics of a building. The Hoke County Health Pavilion project is just one of several successful projects completed by Crystal Structures in North Carolina, showcasing their commitment to quality and customer satisfaction.

Learn more about our canopy systems here.