Companies specialising in equestrian architecture and structural drawings for arenas, stabling and grooms accommodation.
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Kenward Groundworks is based in the heart of the equestrian community. With over 20 years' experience we are well placed to serve the 'groundwork' needs for a simple one or two stable installations as well as large stable blocks and yards for equestrian centres across the South East.
Familiar with working in equestrian environments, both our teams and working practices are in tune with the needs of our equestrian clients and more specifically, the horses.
We apply our groundworks experience to equestrian applications offering the following services however the list is not exhaustive and we are happy to discuss any specific requirements not listed.
Harlow’s have been designing high quality stabling for over 80 years. We combine the manufacturing skills of experienced craftsmen with the latest technological innovations to produce buildings which are practical in every kind of situation but still retain the charm of traditional stabling. Continuous development throughout our long history has ensured that the quality of our buildings continues to be the foundation of our success. Because all Harlow products are produced in-house, we are able to ensure consistent quality control over all stages of manufacture from importing the timber to delivery of the finished product.
Graham Heath Equestrian are a UK Manufacturer of premium-quality, steel framed equestrian buildings and internal stables. This can be for your horses, livery yard or equestrian centre. The team at Graham Heath Equestrian design and build both traditional stables, but also modern stable and equestrian structures across the UK. Therefore, no matter the style, they can help.
The team discuss the customer’s requirements and design their equestrian structure based on exactly what they require. They ensure all buildings pass structural calculations before being built, so you can be rest assured you’re getting the best service all round. In addition to perfecting the design, the construction team ensure the entire structure is flush fitted once erected. This will reassure you that yourself as the owner, and your horses, have a safe environment, keeping you safe, comfortable and at ease.
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Equine Construction offers a complete end-to-end build solution, taking your equestrian dreams from concept to reality. We build a variety of equestrian buildings from American Barns, Indoor and Outdoor Riding Arenas and entire Equestrian Facilities, whilst also supplying and installing bespoke quality internal stables. All required groundwork services from excavation, drainage through to concreting along with all the brick and block work and roadways and pathways, is included.
In partnership with our sister company Equine Planning, our team of well-regarded and highly accomplished equestrian architects and planning consultants will help turn your equestrian dream into reality. From advice on planning permission for stables, to equestrian arenas and horse walkers, to planning and designing entire equine properties, the Equine Planning team displays an incredible depth of knowledge and expertise.
Lead by an equestrian passion, every detail matters, with the safety and comfort of your horse being paramount.
Levade are based in East Sussex and work mainly in SE England. Being both manufacturer and builder of quality wooden stables, permanent stable blocks, mobile stables, field shelters, american barns, tack rooms, hay barns, car ports, log stores, utility buildings and bespoke timber buildings, we are able to ensure a quality result from start to finish. Where performance, character, aesthetics and value for money are equally important,our bespoke stables provide the answer. 30 years of trading means a wealth of experience and flexibilty to accommodate most ideas. For many years the vast majority of our work has come by referral and repeat business. Check our reviews on www.reviewcentre.com, FB, Horse and Hound etc.