With the increased popularity of snow tubing, Blue Mountain needed an immediate day lodge to accommodate tubers.
HOW SPRUNG DELIVERED
A 50’ x 185’ Sprung structure was the solution of choice for Blue Mountain’s day lodge application. The speed of delivery and construction, along with the structure’s high-tech look, were determining factors in Sprung being selected for the facility. The structure includes a full-service kitchen, a bar and a coffee shop, as well as a staff lounge, administrative offices and a storage area.
About five years after the addition of the day lodge, Blue Mountain wanted to expand and move several of its service areas to the base of the mountain. The resort team was so happy with the performance of its first Sprung structure that it decided to go with two more: a 70’ x 95 structure connected to a 60’ x 225’ structure, the latter of which features two additional connecting corridors to adjoin to an existing building. The 70’ x 95’ structure serves as a full-service childcare center, while the 60’ x 225’ structure houses ticket sales, locker space, ski/snowboard rentals and concession services.