You are going to have to be more specific in your question. In my experience, break and enter orders relate to post-judgment executions. A break and enter order is requested in those instances where a judgment was obtained, the defendant refused to pay, and the plaintiff believes that the defendant has property that could be auctioned off at a sheriff's sale. The order allows the sheriff to "break and enter" into the defendant's property for purposes of indexing the personal property belonging to the defendant. This type of order is only significant where the defendant actually has property of value located at the premises being entered.
I'm confused because I don't see how that order could possibly relate to an award at arbitration, which would not be post-judgment. Please clarify your question.