We are so pleased to be a part of such an amazing metal building project that will be beneficial to Colorado's youth and the Girls Scouts of Colorado.
Bailey, Colorado (PRWEB) May 07, 2017
Metal Building Outlet Corp., proudly celebrates with Bailey, Colorado Girl Scouts and High Country Riders 4-H troupes in the completion of their newly-constructed riding arena. On March 19, 2017, the two groups came together at Tomahawk Ranch in Bailey, Colorado, to celebrate the historic grand opening of their new riding arena. The youth-oriented organizations teamed up to construct a mutually-beneficial and energy-efficient arena, trimmed with aesthetically-pleasing trusses and striking, architectural outlines.
Metal Building Outlet Corp, based in Littleton, Colorado, provided the steel building materials for the clubs in May, 2016 and the construction project was completed in February, 2017. They generously donated the doors for the riding arena.
Metal Building Outlet Corp., a leading supplier for steel building materials for contractors throughout the US, provided the pre-fabricated, energy-efficient and low-maintenance steel materials for the splendid riding arena, which clearly exceeded the initial expectations.
Only the highest-quality steel components were used in the arena. The roof is composed of a rugged, corrosion-resistant Galvalume material; well-known for its aesthetic appeal, durability and longevity. The interior of the arena boasts a magnificent view of trusses that run across the ceiling; allowing riders to experience the awesome sensation of spaciousness, freedom and delight.
The pristine riding arena proudly features a high-wind rating with a snow-load of 80 pounds due to the typical weather that is experienced year-round in the high-altitude town of Bailey, which is situated in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Metal Building Outlet Corp. provided a high-rated insulation package for the arena; allowing for the interior to maintain consistent temperatures, regardless of seasonal climates.
When the girls are riding their horses inside the arena, they won’t be thinking about high-wind ratings, corrosion-resistant roofing, snow loads or insulation thicknesses. They don’t need to know all that. They’ll just know that they can ride free and easy on a functionally-sound equestrian footing surface, in a comfortable and ambient environment, inside a beautifully-appointed riding arena.