World Equestrian Games

In 2010 the World Equestrian Games were held in the U.S. for the first time.  Hargrove was named the general services contractor for the Games’ impressive hospitality program with responsibility for the trade show, Equine Village, and media spaces.

The project required more than 12,000 hours of extensive design, engineering, construction, project and production management and extensive coordination with many onsite vendors. Hargrove’s equipment for the event filled 22 tractor trailers and included custom flooring, extensive décor, a massive steel and power-coated sculpture, high-end cabinetry, and a large volume of custom graphics. Highlights included:

Makers Mark Bourbon Village VIP Hospitality – 60 x 40 temporary structure with an interior designed, fabricated, and installed by Hargrove that featured custom bars, dining, shopping, business and concierge services. 
Trade Show and Equine Village – 800,000 square foot area held 300 international exhibitors, demonstrations, and special events.
Country Pavilions – Hargrove designed, fabricated and installed pavilions for Qatar, Bahrain and France with lounges, dining and reception areas.