A 31'-8" x 43'-10" arched-top porte cochere located in Romulus, MI. The roof glazing consists of 25mm 1" thick mult-wall opal polycarbonate. The glazing system consists of an aluminum screw base and cap clamping system that anchors down to the structural steel subframe. The prow front shape is typically used on Holiday Inn full service hotels.
porte-co·chère or porte-co·chere porte-co·chère (pôrtk-shâr) noun.1. A carriage entrance leading through a building or wall into an inner courtyard.2. A roofed structure covering a driveway at the entrance of a building to provide shelter while entering or leaving a vehicle.[French porte cochère : porte, door + cochère, for coaches.]