The back barn at the Centenary College equestrian facility in Long Valley, NJ was in desperate need of repairs. A team of volunteers was assembled by the college to coordinate and work on these repairs as well as some much needed upgrades. Fred Wawra of Fox Architectural Design worked with the committee to develop the plans necessary to design these upgrades, and to obtain the necessary construction permits from the municipality.
The majority of the renovations were carried out by a team from Habitat for Humanity led by a local contractor along with other specialized contractors for certain aspects of the work. Everyone involved worked together during the construction process to bring the project to fruition, resulting in a much improved facility for the school and its riders. We were happy to donate our time and expertise to assist in coordinating this extensive renovation.
Letter from the College during design
Letter from the College after decication
Article from The Centenarian - published by the college