Builder: Meyer Building, LLC

Specs: The L-shaped building includes a 15,000 sq. ft. riding arena, a 4,600 sq. ft. stall saw barn with wash bay, tack room, feed room, and more, and a 2,000 sq. ft. awning/porch.

Foundation: Tri State Perma-Column. The stall barn uses 80 Perma-Columns, and the riding arena uses 63 Perma-Columns.

Trusses: Mitek and Meyer Building. The stall area uses Mitek single-ply trusses. The riding arena features impressive 86-foot wide clear span two-ply trusses, which are the largest that Meyer Building makes. All trusses are engineered, stamped, and use MSR 2400 grade lumber. 

Roof Pitch: The L-shaped building has a 7/12 roof pitch tying into a 3/12 roof pitch. Where these intersect, a cupola was added.

Roof Panels: McElroy Max-Rib II steel siding and roofing panels and complementary MoistureLok condensation barrier for the riding arena roof.

Windows: AJ Manufacturing. The facility features a combination of double-hung, fixed lite, and awning windows with low-E insulation and grids that use the EZ-V installation option.

Doors: Silvercraft and Plyco. Custom Silvercraft slide doors (glass with crossbucks beneath) and bale doors (MWI painted slide door rails for the standard slide doors). There are also two 24’ slide doors in the riding arena that have custom I beams for structural headers.

Additional Details: The facility features five louvered cupolas and a pleasing symmetry and alignment of windows and doors.

Additional Details / Misc.: There is a 2,000 sq. ft. loft above the stall aisleway for hay storage and for ease of feeding the horses. The hay can simply be pushed/dropped into each stall.

Tri State Perma-Column