Key project milestones at Yellowstone Club Core Village constructionApr 10 2018 · 0 comments · Mixed-Use, NISHKIAN MONKS ·0
The entire team is looking forward to building on the substantial progress we have achieved over the past months in advancing the Yellowstone Club Core Village construction project in Big Sky, MT. Battling the Montana winter this year countless manhours and consumables have been spent towards keeping areas warm enough to install products on the exterior and interior of this 475,000 square feet (44,129 square meters) Core Village project. It takes a lot of manpower, propane and mental toughness to work in these damp, freezing conditions daily. As spring begins, frequent thawing and freezing cycles continue. Nevertheless, structural steel and structural concrete has been completed, metal roof decking on Area 4 (Spa Building) has been installed, and the roofers have battled the conditions and managed to continue to dry-in the roofs on Area 1, 2, and 5. The site concrete retaining walls are underway along with plenty of other exterior work. The exterior punchlist process began in March on Areas 1 and 5. Exterior sheathing is wrapping up on Areas 3 and 4 and windows installation is following right behind. Tower Crane #2 has been removed to allow construction crew to finish the plaza work.
The interiors have undergone major transformation as well. Tile installers, millworkers, hardwood floor installers, many plasterers and other trades have begun completing the finishes on amenity spaces and condominiums. Additionally, heating and electrical transfer throughout the project is nearing completion. The punchlist process on the interior amenity spaces started in February is wrapping up soon. On a typical weekday, there are 520 craftsmen on site working an average of 9-10 hours per day. That’s around 5,000 man-hours per day of work that gets put in place. Beginning in March millwork is delivered every day for 150 straight days from Toronto, Canada. Today the project hits another milestone, there are 250 days remaining before the construction crew turns over areas for occupancy to the Yellowstone Club.
Nishkian Monks is excited and proud to be involved in a project of this scale. When completed, the $312 million, mixed-use base village project will add 48 ultra-luxurious residences, amenities, and full-skier facilities for Yellowstone Club’s growing list of members. To capture the most recent progress made to the Core Village project, GE Johnson/Jackson Montana shot a video with a GoPro camera from a hook of a tower crane that spins around. Click here to watch the 2/17/18 video.