Steel Horse Barn in Springfield, Tennessee
Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc., manufactured and supplied this pre-engineered metal building for a buyer in Springfield, Tennessee, in 2004.
Now used as a horse stable on the grounds of an expansive, 40+-acre equestrian estate, the building offers unparalleled strength and durability, resulting in reliable protection for horses. Equal parts attractive and functional, the steel horse barn features a number of Western-inspired stylistic elements, making it an ideal and aesthetically pleasing addition to the surrounding equine property.
Steel Horse Barn Specifications
Constructed from rugged, premium-grade steel components, the barn stands 40’x40’x12’ in size, offering ample room for storing and grooming horses. Containing (4) separate stalls, the steel horse barn boasts an eye-catching Grey exterior, while a nicely complementing galvalume roof with White trim and a 2:12 pitch sits overhead, protecting the animals from the elements.
Key features and customizations include (1) 10’x40’x4’ (2:12) monitor, which gives the building a traditional barn design, thanks to a raised center section and a cupola, and (1) 6’x40’x11/12’ (2:12) lean-to porch. The horse barn also contains (1) 3070 walk door system and several enhancements made in consideration of local climate characteristics and building codes, among them a 90-mph wind speed rating and a 20-pound snow load. Functional, durable and designed to blend well with the surrounding equine property, the steel horse barn features Western doors and finishes throughout, providing a safe, secure and attractive place to house horses.
Safe, Secure Construction Solutions for Horses & Riders
Pre-engineered steel equestrian buildings are a popular choice among those seeking structures to use as horse stalls, riding arenas, barns, stables or something similar. Available with wide clear-spans, high ceilings, tack or feed storage areas, insulation packages and numerous other customizations, steel equestrian buildings can serve any number of different purposes while protecting horses and riders from harsh weather, extreme temperatures, predators and other possible hazards.
Situated within Middle Tennessee, near the state’s northern border, the city of Springfield falls within Robertson County. The community lies about 30 miles north of Nashville and about 30 miles east of Clarksville.
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