As an experienced general contracting team, we’ve managed all kinds of job sites along the West Coast and know exactly how to prepare any site for construction, including this site in San Jose, California. While this shed row horse barn might seem like an easy build, our team worked tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure the site met strict regional building codes, including the Wildland-Urban Interface Code designed to mitigate the risk of wildfire on the property. Our work entailed significant excavation and site preparation, the demolition of an existing barn, and installing a fire sprinkler system in the brand-new barn, in addition to overseeing the entirety of the build from start to finish. By the end, our clients were able to come away with a highly efficient horse barn equipped with everything they need to care for their horses, including Nelson automatic waterers in each of the three stalls, ComfortStall mats, and rubber interlocking pavers in the breezeway.
San Jose Shed Row Barn