In 2009 ELD Sheds & Stables Pty Ltd was established. Over the next 10 years, a large number of Indoor Arenas were constructed, taking clients through from design & the approvals process to full completion.
(In 2019 ELD Sheds & Stables was closed and Indoor Arena Construction is now back under the Equestrian Land Developments banner managed by Todd Cunningham Projects Pty Ltd).
Below are Indoor Arena Construction Tips that we recommend when considering planning an Indoor Arena.
ELD recommend the construction of an Indoor Arena is done in a number of stages similar to the following:
Stage 1: Sub-Base Construction – slightly larger than the Shed size.
Stage 2: Shed Erection
Stage 3: Electrical, Plumbing, Water Reticulation, Fencing/Walls.
Stage 4: Riding Surface
When designing your Indoor Cover generally an extra 2 metres outside the Riding Surface sizing is preferred to assist with protection from the weather and elements. This also allows room for fencing/walls around the riding surface.
Always ensure your roof design is built to suit your location in the best possible way. Taking into consideration Summer and Winter Temperatures and conditions, Humidity, wind ratings and soil types.
Below is a small sample of some of the Indoor Arena constructions completed over the years.