EAB is erecting a riding arena and stable for Lynga Gård outside Falkenberg
EAB’s steel frames are usually built for warehouses, factories and retail premises, but here again, we show that it is also possible to erect other types of buildings. Having previously built different kinds of venues, this time we are establishing premises in the form of a riding arena and stable for Lynga Gård outside Falkenberg. The facility will be used for both training and various dressage competitions and is expected to be in use in October 2011.
The plans also include the establishment of a residential building close to the facility.
Two new houses will be built during the year in addition to an existing barn which will be renovated. In one of these, there will be two riding arenas, which are separated by a centre section that is 3 floors high, consisting of a restaurant, lounge and sun terrace. Panorama windows offer a view of the two riding arenas from each floor. The second house will include a stable with around thirty boxes, space for the farrier and a second floor for hay and a gym. The two buildings will be linked by a bridge.
EAB supplies and assembles steel frames, floor beams and steel roofing for both houses. We also supply and erect wall panels, glass partitions and doors for the centre section of the riding arena. The same is the case for the stable where we supply and erect the interior walls and doors from our door department.
Characteristics for EAB is the steep roof angle that goes from a 4.5 m clearance in the front to 10.3 m at the ridge. The roof beams span over 27 metres and are constructed with HEB and HEA beams. Some frame columns begin at ground level while others are connected from the concrete walls.
We are building a total frame for approximately 5,000 square feet of floor space and we also supply other ironwork for use for example in the riding arena walls.
The installation is currently in progress and the project is carried out in collaboration with Lundby Entreprenad AB.
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