Doug Harmon, Morton Buildings, Inc. — First Place
Built for Cathy and Allie Taylor, this building features a custom kitchen and tack room with tile floor, custom
wash and grooming areas, custom porch with brick pavers, aluminum stall fronts, dividers and yoke guard. From planning to completion, each step was accomplished smoothly and on time.
Morton Buildings, Inc. — Second Place
The JWD Farms LLC building includes three specific uses: a horse barn; a harness apparatus and preparation room and a run-in shed for horses; and an area for manure and manure wagon. Overhangs have 12-inch stepped fascia (deeper than standard fascias). Post-frame construction was chosen for its strength and design capability and cost of construction. This building is part of a complex that houses over 200 antique horse drawn carriages on a mountaintop in Asbury, N.J.
Dale Junk/ Tri-State Building Corp. — Third Place
This horse facility has horse stalls, an arena, and living quarters for overnight guests. The building was designed after an earlier fire burned the original building. For safety, a hay barn was built exterior from the main building and arena. The owners chose post-frame construction for the ease of insulation and the more cost efficiency. The interior is finished out complete with drywall and knotty pine.