All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning The North American ski industry has grown over the past century from a small, family-owned and -operated industry, to a multi-billion dollar industry dominated by corporate management organizations. The rise of corporate resort ownership has led to the trend of the construction base village developments at ski resorts around the country to attract guests, and therefore revenue, to their resorts.
Students This research area incorporates several different initiatives underway in the College: As many of our students will go into municipal and regional planning jobs outside of the Salt Lake City area, students were calling for a specialization in small town planning that would focus on the issues of agricultural, resource extraction, ski resort, national park, and other recreation-based municipalities throughout the inter-mountain west.
This specialization will focus on the planning capacities, resource issues, and planning practices of these towns. The specialization is under development during and The first of these studios resulted after discussions with Park City leaders and Deer Valley Resort management over the topic of a possible town center that would be located at the site of the surface parking lots fronting Snow Park Lodge in Deer Valley.
Entitlement agreements for the development had been agreed previously between the City and Deer Valley with respect to housing, retail, and parking. In addition, Deer Valley had gone through several professional design proposals for the town center, none of which had materialized into a built project.
With a go-ahead from the Deer Valley team, Park City Planning Director Thomas Eddington and Associate Professor Michael Larice developed a set of studio expectations through a course syllabus that would guide a client-funded urban design studio during Fall Semester Park City funding for the studio would pay for student travel to ski resorts around North America for case study research, and preparation of a volume of the recently established Utah Urban Design Monograph Series.
Each of them will be client-funded, involve student travel, and result in subsequent monograph volumes. As part of the Deer Valley Studio in FallPark City funding enabled 17 students to travel to ski resorts across North America to undertake case study research and collect planning and design documents.
A previous archive of planning documents for Salt Lake City is already available. The following ski resorts will be included in this initial archive effort: Case studies from this travel will be included in the appendix of the Utah Urban Design Monograph on the Deer Valley Studio coming out in late Spring The Utah ski resorts will be added to the archive in a subsequent effort.Ski Resort Planification Thesis Essay Big RESORT PROPERTY Ownership Big sky resort is currently owned and operated by Boyne Resorts Company, but its background is a bit more interesting than that.
In , after his . Ski Resort Planification Thesis Essay Big RESORT PROPERTY Ownership Big sky resort is currently owned and operated by Boyne Resorts Company, but its background is a bit more interesting than that.
In , after his retirement and return to his home state on Montana. Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation This 8 page paper analyzes the title company in terms of its current performance and strategic posture. A SWOT analysis is included as are recommendations for improving the company's performance.
The Future of Ski Resorts on Public Lands. Your National Forests Magazine. and helped slow the decline in new resort development (Congress generally supported ski area expansion and new resort development to promote public health and increase revenues from public lands).
Ultimately market forces and other factors like increasing. Abstract In this study, 28 participants with little geographical knowledge of the destination were asked to plan a week-long trip to China online. The participants were asked to create a detailed seven-day itinerary outline with activities or attractions they would like to participate in or visit, as well as restaurants in which they would like to dine.
RESORT DEVELOPMENT The guidelines in this section apply only to commercial recreation or resort develop- To allow development of a ski area/four-season destination resort in a uniquely Alaskan setting, while maintaining a high quality natural environment and protecting.