New arenas, barns, pastures and outbuildings expanded a successful equestrian therapy and sports programs.
Forward Stride expanded its facilities to meet a growing need and fulfill a transformational vision for its future. The new 20-acre center includes a large covered arena, a small indoor arena, ADA accessible facilities, parking, an 18,000-sqft barn, administration offices, a caretaker’s facility, and pastures with outdoor sheds for up to 40 horses. The $4.1 million project for the non-profit group is being completed through private donations. 3J provided land use planning, civil engineering, and water resources engineering on this unique project, melding the needs of equestrian design with ADA accessibility for the mission of Forward Stride.
Learn more about Forward Stride and its mission to enhance the quality of life through horse-centered activities and therapies by visiting their website.
Forward Stride expanded their facilities for the growth of their treatment program.
Stormwater retention pond manages water on the 20-acre site.