Steel Building in Pleasant Hill, Missouri
Metal Building Outlet sourced this pre-engineered steel building in Pleasant Hill, Missouri in mid-November of 2020.
Now used to as an arena with equestrian housing, the insulated metal building stands an expansive 110’x246’x17.5’/16.5’ once erect and has high overhead clearance that makes it well-equipped for equestrian use. Comprised of rugged, sustainable steel components, the building has protection overhead in the form of a hardwearing steel gable roof.
The steel equestrian building has (21) framed openings throughout, among them (2) 3070 walk door openings enclosing (2) 3070 commercial insulated walk doors with lever locks, (1) 12’x12’ overhead door opening and (1) 10’x10’ overhead door opening. Each horse stall also has its own access point, with (14) 4’x8’ framed door openings offering access into each stall. The equestrian building also has (4) 8’x4’ window openings and (10) 10’8”x3’ light transfer panels that allow natural sunlight inside.
4″ of vinyl-faced insulation is installed in the roof and walls of the metal equestrian building, which helps keep the animals warm while lowering the building’s energy bills. Additional customizations include gutters and downspouts that help prevent condensation and water damage and 4’ of wainscot that enhance the building’s aesthetics. The building also boasts a wind speed rating of 90 mph and a roof snow load of 14 pounds in accordance with local building codes.
Building Information and Special Features
|26 Gauge Galvalume PBR|
|26 Gauge PBR|
|(2) 3070 commercial insulated walk doors with lever locks, (1) 12’x12’ overhead door opening, (1) 10’x10’ overhead door opening, and (14) 4’x8’ framed door openings for horse stalls.|
|(4) 8’x4’ window openings|
|Roof & Walls: R-13|
|(10) 10’8”x3’ light transfer panels|
4’ of wainscot
gutters and downspouts
Part of the Kansas City metro area, the city of Pleasant Hill has land in Cass and Jackson counties. The community sits about 15 miles from Lee’s Summit and about 35 miles outside Overland Park, Kansas.