We split the project up in two phases. Below is the status of where we are with Phase I. As you donate, the horse will get closer to the Phase I finish line. So please donate and check back to watch him cross the finish line.
Phase I started November 4,2017
Demolition was complete on November 4, 2017
Excavation started on November 20, 2017
Delivery of 3 new horse sheds December 9, 2017
Excavation finished December 11, 2017
Construction of new pens began on December 13, 2017
New pens & sheds are in place & horses are home
Cleaned up grading April 14, 2018
Aerated & spread 500 lbs of fertilizer & 250lbs of pasture seed April 28, 2018
Laid over 6,000 square yards of corrosion control blanket April 28th and 29th
Thank you to the following who have partnered with us to help complete this project. We are truly Blessed. Please support these amazing partners.
Ehrhart Griffin and Associates: Donated a large part of engineering plans
City of Omaha: For assisting with project
Logan Contractors: Donated use of skid loader while ours is in the shop
Stan and Mary Kay Steyskal: Made an in kind donation of temporary housing for 6 horses of our horses during construction
Andrew and Jessica White: Made an in kind donation of temporary housing and feed for one of our horses during construction
Q3 construction: Donated fill dirt, over 25 volunteers for demo, demo equipment, trucks to take debris to the dump
Sun Valley Landscaping: Removes compost from property on a regular basis, brought grapple and skid loader, assisted with demo
Doll Construction: Donated over 2,000 yards of dirt and delivery
River city recycling: Donated dump fees brought equipment and dumpster to take final debris out, removed tree and final shed
TCB Trucking: Donated over 3,000 yards of dirt and delivery, removed concrete from property
Ruff Grading: Made in kind donation of the excavation of property to prepare for new pens and arena.
R.W. Engineering & Surveying, Inc.: Donated survey of property for excavation
Commercial Seeding Contractors: Installed silt fencing to reduce erosion during excavation
Boundaryline Surveys: Donated a large portion of their services.
United Seeds Inc: Donated a 50lb bag and discounted 6 bags of pasture seed