Author Archives: Sue Marquette Poremba

Using horse sense to build a barn

Wayne Laramee is a horse barn builder who knows a lot about horses
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Posted in Horse Barn Builder, Horse Barn Products, Horse Barns, Low Rise Construction, Products, RB March 2011, Rural Builder Magazine | Tagged horse stables, sentinel building systems, wayne laramee | Leave a comment

A barn for all seasons

Fabric roof barn lets in the sun, keeps out the elements
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Posted in Horse Barn Builder, RB February 2011, Rural Builder Magazine | Leave a comment

How Terra Verde got green

One thing lead to another when The Weather Channel’s Dr. Anna Marie first set foot on a rundown farm in Florida. Next thing she knew, she was immersed in the "greenovation" of the place. See how it’s going so far…
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‘First-class all the way’

West Georgia Riding Academy, a huge post-frame horse barn clad with metal from Fabral,  is a gem of a project
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Posted in RB March 2010, Rural Builder Magazine | Leave a comment

Breathtaking, without a doubt

Arena, 31-stall barn and country club in Maryland
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Posted in RB February 2010, Rural Builder Magazine | Leave a comment

Life plays its own tune

An ‘Under40′ spotlight: For MWI’s Ben Nystrom, the beat goes on
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Posted in RB September 2009, Rural Builder Magazine | Leave a comment

Old farm, new future

Running Horse Ranch takes shape in the Wisconsin hills Read more »

Posted in RB March 2009, Rural Builder Magazine | Leave a comment

Rowe knows marketing

Thermal Design’s ‘marketing guy’ enjoys  learning about construction Read more »

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Post-frame is a lifetime profession

When a builder gets started at age 14, by 40 he’s got a lot of experience Read more »

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Need a ‘shield of dreams”?

Like the famous line from the film "Field of Dreams," — "If you built it, they will come," — this company dreamed up a shelter for a company that needed something unique. Read more »

Posted in RB February 2009, Rural Builder Magazine | Leave a comment