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WestWorld, Scottsdale, Ariz.

Nucor Buildings supplied the steel for two construction phases of the WestWorld equestrian facility, constructed by Arizona Corp. Builders LLC.

Nucor Buildings supplied the steel for two construction phases of the WestWorld equestrian facility, constructed by Arizona Corp. Builders LLC. More than 300,000 square feet of standing seam roof panels were used for phase I the Equidome portion and phase II of North Hall. The structures have an R-30 roof and R-19 wall insulation and are climate controlled for year-round use.

The North Hall is phase II of the expansion and remodeling of the existing WestWorld facility. It is a 285-foot, 6-inch clear span by 416-foot long by 39-foot, 6-inch eave height structure. This project required 67 semi truckloads of steel; the heaviest steel lift was 192,000 pounds.

The International Arabian Horse Show and Barrett Jackson Auto Auction were held at West- World, and the equestrian center received two recognitions: Arizona Commercial Real Estate Magazine gave WestWorld the Real Estate Development (RED) award for economic development and the Arizona Chapter of the American Public Works Association presented the center with the Public Works Project of the Year in the structures $25 to $75 million category.

Owner: City of Scottsdale

General contractor: Howard S. Wright, a Balfour Beatty company, Scottsdale

Architect: Populous Inc., Kansas City, Mo.

Erector: Castle Steel Inc., Phoenix

Metal building contractor: Arizona Corporate Builders LLC, Tempe, Ariz.

Structural engineer: Rudow + Berry, Scottsdale

Metal building system: Nucor Building Systems, Waterloo, Ind., www.nucorbuildingsystems.com