The bride, groom and their respective families were members of the local country club, and wanted to host their wedding reception on site. However, they preferred an outdoor setting rather than the standard indoor ballroom space. With the help of the country club, they identified a grassy area between the 5th and 6th holes of […]
Category Archives: Events
For the annual arts and crafts fair, the client asked for roughly 40,000 square feet of overhead coverage for the exhibitors and their handmade goods. In addition, separate areas were needed for onsite workshop areas and classes. US Event Structures installed a 30m X 55m and 25m X 75m structures in an “L” shape formation […]
The opening of the new Kennedy Center Reach expansion kicked off with a bang and involved a three week festival of over 400 performances and events for all ages. US Event Structures installed a 100’ X 65’ structure to act as a band shell and stage area for the outdoor concerts and performances along with […]
2020 has been a tough year for all. With the introduction of Covid-19 into our world, special events are virtually non-existent and social gatherings are nowhere to be found. During a dark year, we were called on to provide spaces within the health care field for applications such as hospital temperature check stations, specialized employee […]
Throughout this year, the hospitality industry has suffered with many restaurants struggling to stay afloat. We are pleased to be providing covered outdoor spaces for restaurants throughout the DC/MD/VA area trying to comply with the limited capacity and social distancing guidelines. Providing additional outdoor coverage has allowed these establishments to accommodate more guests and in […]
A two-story structure acts as the perfect hub for a company’s product promotion.
US Event Structures unveils their newest product, the Arcum structure!
Didn’t notice many tents at the Lincoln Memorial Inaugural concert? You shouldn’t have.
The White House Lawn Sets the Scene for International Jazz Day 2016.
A clear roof and glass walls were the perfect complement to Gettysburg College’s campaign finale.