RCP Shelters, Inc.
pre-engineered structures & shelters

CONTACT INFO

2100 S. E. Rays Way
Stuart, FL 34994
Toll Free: 800-525-0207
Phone: 772-288-3600   Ext. 203
Fax: 772-288-0207

COMPANY OVERVIEW

From humble beginnings, civil engineer James Ritter founded RCP Shelters in 1957. His vision was to provide superior quality construction materials at competitive prices. RCP continues this tradition today as a small, third generation, family-owned business. Today, RCP is the industry's most diverse shelter manufacturer. We offer a variety of pre-engineered structures available in laminated wood, tube steel, and fabric. Our products have been used for numerous purposes, such as:

  • Gazebos, Pavilions, and Shelters
  • Amphitheaters & Band shells
  • Dugouts
  • Carousel Covers
  • Playground Covers
  • Mini Shelters & Kiosks
  • Trellis, Arbor, and Pergola designs
  • Enclosed, Concession, and Restroom Shelters

Each project is individually engineered to meet or exceed local building code and loading conditions. Our flexible designs have met 265 psf snow loads in the Rocky Mountains and 150 mph wind loads in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Whether your next project is small or large, custom or standard, RCP can provide a shelter that meets your needs. Our experienced, friendly staff looks forward to working with you!

ALL PRODUCTS

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Mini Shelters

Features
  • Glued laminated wood or steel superstructures
  • 5,000 hours salt spray resistant, powder coat steel finish
  • Engineered to local code
  • 4:12 roof pitch
  • No place for birds or animals to roost
  • Low maintenance
  • No field welding required
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Bandshells & Ampitheaters

Features
  • Available in a variety of shapes and sizes.
  • In addition to our typical Bandshell ("BS") models, custom designs can be created.
  • A large number of our standard shelter models can be modified to suit the needs of an Amphitheater or Bandshell project.
  • This is typically done by increasing the Eave Height of the shelter and sometimes adding a stage (provided by others) or rear wall for acoustic purposes.
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Carousel Covers

Features
  • 5,000 hours salt spray resistant, powder coated tube steel frame
  • #1 2x8 T&G SYP roof deck, S/L
  • #1 2x6 treated SYP fascia
  • 4:12 roof pitch
  • All hidden fasteners
  • No place for birds animals to roost
  • No field welding required
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Custom Shelter Solutions

Features
  • 5,000 hours salt spray resistant, powder coated tube steel frame
  • #1 2x8 T&G SYP roof deck, S/L
  • #1 2x6 treated SYP fascia
  • 4:12 roof pitch
  • All hidden fasteners
  • No place for birds animals to roost
  • No field welding required
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Dugout Shelters

Features
  • Laminated wood or steel superstructures
  • Engineered to local code
  • All wood is pressure treated SYP
  • All steel is finished with a 5,000 hours salt spray resistant powder coating paint
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Trellis & Arbors

Features
  • Laminated wood or steel superstructures
  • Engineered to local code
  • All wood is pressure treated SYP
  • All steel is finished with a 5,000 hours salt spray resistant powder coating paint
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Enclosed & Multipurpose

Features
  • Available in most standard RCP shelter models
  • Superstructure -"LW" Glulam, "AS" All Steel, or "SLF Steel Frame
  • Engineered to Local Code
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Bleacher Covers

Features
  • 5,000 hours salt spray resistant, powder coated tube steel frame
  • Gable beams are shop welded as single members so that no field assembly is required
  • 24 gauge exposed fastener metal roofing
  • 2:12 roof pitch
  • All hidden fasteners
  • Engineered to local code
  • No place for birds or animals to roost
  • No field welding required
  • Adjustable height, width and lengths to fit all size bleachers
  • Permanent structure eliminates need for costly seasonal removal, storage and reinstallation of roof for winter or wind storms


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Last Update: 2017-10-20