Luxury Prefab Used Bamboo Wooden Horse Stable Stall Front Panel
In June 2010, the NPS conducted an internal value analysis process known as a ―Choosing By Advantages‖ (CBA) Workshop. The alternatives developed through project scoping and refined over time by the IDT were carried forward into the CBA session. This process identified project-specific evaluation factors based on project goals and the NPS mission, and ranked the relative advantages of each of the alternatives in meeting the evaluation factors. During the CBA Workshop, Alternative B was recommended by NPS staff as the preferred alternative. Alternative B, ―Option 2‖ or ―B2‖ was further developed and identified as having the best combination of a balanced financial investment, long-term benefits for achieving project objectives, and a high level of resource protection and enhancement. Option B2 differs from the original Alternative B (now Alternative B, ―Option 1‖ or ―B1‖) by its removal of stable facilities at Lower Tennessee Valley and the relocation of the Park Horse Patrol program to Tennessee Valley stables. The preferred alternative for the Plan implementation is Alternative B, Option 2. The action alternatives have many elements in common; however, Alternative B, Option 2 provides the most advantages with regard to the evaluation factors of public benefit, public access, and cultural and historic resource protection when compared to the other action alternatives. Three historic sites, Golden Gate Dairy, Tennessee Valley and Rodeo Valley, remain as stables, an appropriate use that will help preserve these resources for future generations. The goal of natural resource preservation will be achieved by site improvements and environmental Best Management Practices.
A No Action Alternative is required for consideration as part of the National Environmental Policy Act. This alternative encompasses the existing facilities, ongoing stable management, and operation practices that are relevant for a comparison with the proposed action alternatives. The No Action alternative establishes baseline conditions at the six project site locations. These conditions form the basis against which the action alternatives, the magnitude and extent of the proposed changes and the environmental effects of those changes, can be compared. No Action for this project would be the retention of existing GGNRA stable facilities, management and operations, and horse numbers. For the two sites with no existing equestrian stables, Marincello and Lower Redwood Creek, no changes would occur under the No Action Alternative and use or development would be determined by future NPS planning. Under the No Action Alternative, only those incremental improvements and adjustments that are required by law, regulation, and policy would be implemented. For example, implementation of site and program access for the disabled would be implemented in accordance with National Park Service regulations. Site and program accessibility, and universal design concepts would be incorporated in all new and renovated sites, facilities, services and programs to achieve the highest level of accessibility that is reasonable, while ensuring consistency with the other legal mandates of conservation and protection of the resources, per NPS policy. This includes rehabilitating existing facilities (including historic buildings and cultural landscapes) where public programming is introduced at sites currently lacking such programming. Changes could also occur at the sites as a result of other existing planning projects such as Park transportation projects and the Trails Forever planning projects.
The product details:
|Item||Luxury Prefab Used Bamboo Wooden Horse Stable Stall Front Panel|
|Other key words||horse stable /horse house/horse feeding house/indoor safety horse house|
|Each panel Size (w*h)||
4*2.2m,3.6m*2.2m,3m*2.2m ,other sizes on request
|Material||40*40mm, or 50*50mm|
|Surface||Hot dipped galvanized|
|Advantage||Easy connection, NO need of support post|
|Horse safe, no sharp edges|
|Any other requirements, please feel free to contact us .|
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