Curved roof indoor arenas look excellent, their elegance and simplicity always helps to improve the interior space.
Below are some before, during and after photographs of curved roof indoor arenas that we’ve built in Yellingbo, Lockwood and Flinders:
Also available are regular gable roofed indoor arenas, as you can see in the video below:
READ MORE: How much it costs to build an indoor arena.
Central Steel Build at the Kyneton Airshow
Central Steel Build was proud to be a sponsor at the Kyneton Aero Club Airshow.
The show marked the 50th anniversary of the Kyneton Aero Club, an impressive milestone that we’re humbled to have helped commemorate.
Take a look at some photos from the day below”
See more of our aviation projects here.
5 Steps To Building A Horse Riding Arena
1. Plan & Design.
The first stage, as with any large project, is to think things through and plan.
Find out which mistakes you needs to avoid, and make sure you have a very clear idea of how you want your project to turn out.
You will also need to decide the scope of your project. Will you just be building an arena surface and small border, or do you plan on building a fully enclosed indoor?
2. Find your location.
Part of planning is finding a location for your arena. It should have easy access, should avoid water run-off during rain, and be protected from the weather if possible.
Also important will be making sure you arena fits, so measure your available space and decide on an appropriate arena size.
3. Build the Base.
For proper drainage, you’ll need to level your arena and lay crushed stone as a base. You can then look at laying the surface.
The most important thing at this stage is making sure your arena drains well, particularly if you aren’t planning on building a cover.
4. Design your indoor.
If you’re building a steel indoor, do some research & find out about local companies that can build for you. Look for a company that will handle your building permits, can adjust the project according to your desires, and has their own team of designers & engineers.
5. Build & enjoy.
When your arena is complete, enjoy it! If possible, share it or rent it out when you aren’t using it. Hold lessons. Make sure that your new arena is something that you and others get a lot of joy from.
SEE MORE: Our EquinaBuild brochure.