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Puyallup Fairgrounds Livestock Arena


  • Building type: Commercial
  • Building size: 48’ x 80’ x 12’
  • Location: Puyallup, WA
  • Accessories: (2) cupolas with weathervanes


Puyallup Washington State fairgrounds needed an livestock arena for their livestock exhibits for their fair. We have built 3 buildings on the Puyallup fairgrounds. We are a trusted vendor to them. To erect the building, PermaBilt® had to dig the holes for the posts through th e fairground asphalt. And later on, Washington State Fairgrounds (formerly know as Puyallup) fairgrounds added a fence around the arena as well as a grandstands to one side. After its completion, they named the building “Town & Country® Arena 2.”

And just like the Washington State fairgrounds, more and more commercial and specialty building purchasers are choosing post frame construction as the method of choice for their light industrial building needs. The wide range of building models and flexible design features, coupled with low costs and safety benefits, make post frame buildings a great option for a myriad of business types. Some uses include maintenance buildings for utility companies, cities, and school districts, yoga studios, manufacturing storage, administrative buildings and of course, fairground arenas.

We not only are a participant in the Washington State Spring and Summer Fairs but also appreciate our long working relationship with them. Next time you are the Fair, check out one of our buildings on the Fairgrounds!

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"I wanted to add a very hearty thank you to your crew on the construction of my pole barn. They were very professional and timely in their efforts." 
Enzler – Kelso
“Thank you – will highly recommend your company to others and most likely will use you again in the future." 
Gilliam – Bellevue
"I thank you for the good looking job done for us. I consider this project a true asset for this community." 
City of Brier – Brier
“Very good experience. The work crew was awesome.” 
Davidson – Woodinville