Equine Facility Design / Barn Construction Contractor in Portland, Oregon

Equine Facility Design is a professional equestrian architecture firm specializing in planning, design, and project management for sites and structures used by the horse community. Our goal is to translate your vision of a creative, beautiful and exciting environment for horses and people into reality. We do this by carefully listening to your dreams and finding ways to achieve them in harmony with the natural features of your location and within the guidelines of responsible planning.


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