A new four-story building with 38,500 square feet of usable space for ski lodge activities such as ticket sales, cafeterias, classrooms, locker rooms and a day care center. The building will be constructed into the side of a mountain with two stories below the backside grade. The foundation is cast-in-place concrete walls. The floor levels are framed with steel beams and girders with a concrete-filled metal deck. The roof has a 6:12 slope with some dormers. The roof framing is steel purlins with wood rafters and wood sheathing. The exterior walls are wood in-fill studs of the steel frame. The interior walls are light gage steel in-fill studs. The lateral force resisting elements are a combination of steel moment frames, steel-braced frames, concrete shear walls, wood shear walls and heavy timber bracing.
Architect: Gary Zimmer & Mark Headley; Overland Partners
Eclipse Team: Troy Leistiko
Keys to Success
Four story building on a hillside where two of the stories are below the backside grade
Steel floor framing with concrete filled steel deck
Steel roof purlins and wood rafters for the roof framing