Idaho & Montana Resort Projects Roundup
Approx. $15 million
Owner: Alpine Village Co.
Contractor: Russell Corp.
Architect: Epicos Land Planning and Architecture, CTA Architects
Start: July 2009 Finish: Ongoing
The Club at Spanish Peaks
Big Sky, Mont.
Cost: $100 million
Owner: Spanish Peaks Holding LLC
Contractor: Dick Corp.
Design Firm: CTA Architects Engineers
The Club at Spanish Peaks is located on 5,500 acres on the slopes of Big Sky Resort 18 miles from Yellowstone National Park with easy access to Bozeman. The 290,000-sq-ft lodge building will house 49 condominium units, restaurants, a spa, private dining area and other common spaces where members can gather.
Diamond City Montana
Lewis and Clark County, Mont.
Projected budget: $220 million
Owner: Diamond Hills Partners LLC
Contractor: Blue River Log Homes
Design Firm: Cullen Architecture and Design
Start: 2010 Finish: 2022
Diamond City construction objectives include creating the greenest community of its kind in the United States and quite possibly in the world. Diamond City’s goals are to be the first full community to be LEED certified and 100% Carbon Neutral and 100% Smart City Technology.
Green Meadow Country Club
Clubhouse Expansion Helena, Mont.
Owner: Green Meadow CC Members
Contractor: Golden Eagle Construction
Architect: Dowling Sandholm Architects
Engineers: Morrison Maierle Inc., WTR Consulting
Engineers, Stahly Engineering and Associates
Start: Fall 2006 Finish: Spring 2010
This project consists of an 11,000-sq-ft addition and remodel to an existing 1970s clubhouse.
Interior Rehabilitation of North Half
Many Glacier Hotel
Glacier National Park,
Owner: National Park Service
Architect: Andrews & Anderson Architects PC
Engineers: JVA Inc., The RMH Group
Finish: 2013 (est.)
Built in the northeastern corner of Glacier National Park in 1917, the Many Glacier Hotel is surrounded by the majesty of Montana’s Swift current Valley. Andrews & Anderson Architects is currently working with the National Park Service to direct a comprehensive, phased interior rehabilitation. Interior finishes will be updated, yet reflect the character of the original design. The rehabilitation includes mechanical and life-safety improvements.
Roundhouse Gondola on Bald Mountain
Owner: Sun Valley Ski Resort
Contractors: Doppelmayr CTEC, Intermountain Construction
Architect: RLB Inc.
Start: April 2009
Finish: Nov. 2009