Pole Barns

This is a custom pole barn with an office, tack room, garage/shop area, and hay storage. The main section is a clear span building that was attached to an existing three-bay horse run-in shed. The overall footprint is 54′ long x 52′ wide. Metal siding and roofing was used.

The kick-out on the left side is separated into an office and a tack room. The two oversized garage doors on the front elevation are spacious enough to accommodate two semis. The rear of the building has two more large doors for equipment storage and hay storage.

Skylights were added over the shop area and the office/tack room. Side lights were added along the rear and left side of the pole barn. During the day electric lights are not usually needed.

This image shows how the new building was aligned to incorporate the existing shed row of horse run-ins. The use of clear span trusses allows for an open floor plan that can be partitioned or left open as desired.

Here is a view from the other side. Additions can be joined to existing structures seamlessly when careful designing is employed. This project required a few job site visits to verify the exact measurements of the existing shed and match it to the new plans.