Sri Baktha Anjaneya Temple Barn | Ijamsville, MD

Architect: Allen E. Neyman Associates

After completing the Sri Bhakta Anjaneya Temple in the Spring of 2015, Brechbill & Helman has been selected to build the barn that will house the temple’s sacred cows.

The Sri Baktha Anjaneya Barn is an 8,000 sq. ft. facility that has one main floor with a hayloft. This unique barn is located on a beautiful 42-acre landscaped site. The Sacred Cow Barn has a minimum of 3 with a maximum of 6 sacred cows that can be viewed through a window inside of the barn. This was the third project that Brechbill & Helman has finished for the owners and was completed in under eight months.

The exterior and roof type of the building consists of a panel rib metal material. As you can see in the photos, the structure of the building is a pole barn style with interior wood framing. A unique feature about the sacred cow barn is that it contains gas unit heaters and radiant heat to keep the cows warm in the winter.