Pre-Engineered Metal Equestrian Arena in Idaho
Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc. fabricated and provided this pre-engineered steel building on behalf of a client in Kuna, Idaho, in June of 2016.
Currently, the rugged, highly versatile metal building serves as an equestrian arena, providing building owners with a safe, secure and covered space to ride and recreate, regardless of outside temperatures or climate considerations. Attractive, sustainable and inherently low maintenance, the building offers low lifelong costs of ownership and maintain its exterior beauty through the years with only nominal exterior maintenance.
By the Numbers
Boasting an unobstructed, clear-span design ideal for horseback riding, this equestrian arena features top-quality steel construction, ensuring unmatched durability. White in color, the horse arena features a robust, corrosion-resistant Galvalume metal roof with Roman Blue trim and a 1:12 pitch overhead, which protects the interior of the building as well as horses and riders from the sometimes-harsh Idaho elements.
The prefabricated metal equestrian building also boasts several accommodations added in consideration of local building codes and the climate and weather patterns typical throughout the region, among them a 90-mph wind speed rating and a 21-psf snow load. Cost-effective and built to last, pre-engineered steel equestrian buildings such as this one offer easy customizability for owners who can modify everything from the number of stalls and aisles within them to the locations and sizes of tack or feed storage areas.
Affordable Construction Solutions for Equestrian Enthusiasts
In addition to standing strong in the face of heavy rain, snowfall, strong winds and pests, among other common Idah construction concerns, prefabricated metal horse arenas can accommodate a broad range of business needs. From high ceilings that accommodate dressage-style riding to stables that house horses safely while serving double-duty as training facilities, the features available in pre-engineered steel buildings are near-limitless.
This particular steel equestrian building serves as an indoor riding facility for its owners who can utilize it year-round, including during times when Idaho’s seasonal weather patterns might prevent riding outdoors. The owners were quite pleased with their steel building purchase, and they have plans to add another Sunward Steel building to their property in the future.
Part of the Boise City – Nampa, Idaho Metropolitan Statistical Area, Kuna falls within Ada County and is one of the state’s fastest-growing communities. Kuna sits about 18 miles southwest of Downtown Boise and roughly 11 miles southeast of Nampa.
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