Steel Buildings in White Shield, North Dakota
Metal Building Outlet was the supplier of these (2) pre-engineered steel equestrian buildings in White Shield, North Dakota, in October of 2019.
Currently functioning as riding arenas, the (2) steel equestrian buildings offer unparalleled strength and durability, delivering reliable protection for animals and riders. The larger of the buildings is an expansive 100’x310’x16’ in size, while the second, smaller metal arena stands 33’x310’x16’. Both buildings have high overhead clearance, making them safe for their intended usage, and they both have rugged, corrosion-resistant Galvalume roofs with 1:12 pitch overhead, protecting the riding areas from the North Dakota elements.
As far as accessibility, the steel equestrian buildings have (6) framed openings between them, which include (3) 14’x14’ overhead door openings and (3) 3070 walk door openings enclosing (3) 3070 walk doors. They also feature 43-pound snow loads and 115-mph wind speed ratings; customizations made in consideration of North Dakota’s sometimes-harsh climate and the building code restrictions currently in place at the address.
Part of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, White Shield, North Dakota, is a part of McLean County. The area sits about 96 miles outside Bismarck and about 56 miles northwest of Washburn.
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