By Anna Lockhart.
On an expansive piece of land in Parker, Colorado stands a visually stunning 24,000+ sq.ft. building complete with metal slate roofs. Spring Acres Farm was founded as an equestrian center where American Saddlebred Show Horses could be bred and raised, and the business broke ground on the project in 2016.
The project, featuring areas from office spaces to horse stables, was designed using American Building Components’ Imperial Rib® panel on the roof and wall applications. The project contractor wanted to use a reliable, durable material that would be easy to install but also trusted to last for decades enduring harsh weather. They went with the Imperial Rib® panels in the colors Burnished Slate and Clay, giving the building a modern yet classic look. American Building Components’ interior wall liner panels, in the shade Polar White were used throughout the internal structure for ceilings, walls and stall areas as well.
Spring Acres Farm owner, Stacey Kipper-Perrelli told American Building Components, “These panels were definitely the best choice for my arena. They were installed with no issues and are so easy to clean. Also, the insulation we got on them mutes outside noises from wind and rain–which keeps our horses from getting anxious."
Location: Parker, Colorado
Size: 24,000+ sq. Ft.
Products: 29-gague Imperial Rib panels and interior wall (liner) panels
Colors: Burnished Slate, Clay, Polar White
ABC product distributor: All Specialty – Calhan, Colorado
Date completed: July 2017
For more than 100 years, American Building Components (ABC) has been committed to delivering quality and service our customers can count on. Our comprehensive range of metal building products is backed by industry-leading warranties, while our decades of industry experience enable us to help our customers confidently grow their businesses.
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Anna Lockhart is a content administrator/writer for the Coffee Shops and AskARoofer™. When she’s not working, she’s most likely to be found with her nose in a book or attempting to master a new cookie recipe.
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