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Colorado & Wyoming Resort Projects Roundup

Here is a sampling of resort projects recently completed or currently under construction in Colorado and Wyoming.

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Capella at Telluride

$110.1 million Owner: RAL Co.
General Contractors: Shaw Construction, McHugh Construction JV
Architect: Ivins Design Group
Engineers:CTL Thompson Inc., Martin/Martin Inc., Hadji and Associates, McGlamery Structural Group
Start: Sept. 2006 Finish: June 2009

This 148-unit, five-star luxury hotel and residential project includes a spa, pool, fitness center and retail facilities.

Capella at Telluride
Capella at Telluride
Edgemont – Building A
Edgemont Building A
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Crystal Peak Lodge

Owner: Vail Resorts Development Co.
General Contractors:Hyder Construction
Architect: O’Bryan Partnership
Engineers: Monroe & Newell Engineers, Tetra Tech ISG Inc., MKK Consulting Engineers, F.D. Electrical Construction Co.
Start: May 2007 Finish: Aug. 2008

This 115,000-sq-ft building sits on the side of the mountain at a 10,000-ft elevation and consists of 45 ski-in, ski-out luxury mountain retreats and 21,000 sq ft of underground parking.

Edgemont – Building A

Steamboat Springs
$41.3 million
Owner: DB Bearpaw LLC
General Contractors:GE Johnson Construction Co.
Architect: OZ Architecture
Start: Aug. 2008 Finish: Feb. 2010
This project is the first of two new ski-in, ski-out buildings planned for Steamboat Springs. The project consists of 39 luxury condominium units in eight stories.

Four Seasons Resort & Residences Vail

Owner: Vail Development 09 LLC
General Contractors:Hyder Construction
Hill Glazier Architects
Engineers: Nishkian Menninger, MMM Engineering
Finish: Summer 2010

Brief project description: The 2.7 acre development, located in the Vail Village, includes a 500,000-sq-ft hotel with 120 luxury guest rooms, 19 fractional residences, 16 private residences, a full service spa and salon, fitness club and a restaurant.

One Steamboat Place

Steamboat Springs
$136 million
Owner: Timbers Resorts
General Contractors:Haselden Construction
Architect: RNL
Engineers: KL&A Inc.
Start: June 2007 Finish: Feb. 2010

This project is among the first new developments of the Steamboat Ski and Resort. Located adjacent to the gondola, the resort includes 80 private, luxury residences with two levels of parking, along with retail and commercial space, restaurants, boutiques, members-only lounge, fitness facilities and a state-of-the-art spa.

The Rams-Horn Lodge

$15.2 million
Owner: Rams-Horn Lodge Condominiums
General Contractors:GE Johnson Construction Co.
Architect: Fritzlen Pierce
Engineers: Tim Boyle Engineering
Start: June 2009 Finish: July 2010

Originally constructed in the 1960s, the existing 17,000-sq-ft, three-story structure is being partially demolished to allow for the addition of a fourth floor and the expansion of existing floors. Once complete, the core-and-shell will consist of 45,000 sq ft.

Shooting Star Clubhouse

Jackson Hole, Wyo.
$25.5 million
Owner: Crystal Springs Ranch
General Contractors:GE Johnson Construction Co.
Architect: Hart Howerton Architects
Engineers: Monroe & Newell Engineers, Beaudin Ganze Consulting Engineers, Jorgensen Associates, Spectrum Engineers
Start: March 2008 Finish: June 2009

Located at the base of the Teton Mountains in Jackson Hole, Wyo., Shooting Star is the newest golf course created by Tom Fazio. The project consisted of three buildings, which house a pro shop, entertaining barn and the golf clubhouse and spa.

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