Our Team

Our Team

Town of Vail – The Town of Vail is sponsoring and funding the development of Chamonix.  The Town acquired this site for locals’ housing in 2002 and the Community Development Department has advanced the design of the neighborhood throughout 2016.  In December 2016, the Vail Town Council approved the site and floor plans for 32 units.  The plans are currently under review by the Town’s PEC and DRB and construction will commence in the summer of 2017.
Triumph Development - Triumph specializes in mountain development.  We live and work in the mountains and understand both the challenges and opportunities that development presents in our unique environment.  From the nuances of entitling a project in a small town, to designing tasteful livable homes, to managing construction in harsh mountain conditions - mountain resort development requires a unique skill set.  Understanding these factors, we have a built a development company that brings all the critical development expertise in-house.  Our development team includes an in-house AIA architect as well as development executives that have developed multifamily, commercial, hospitality and single family homes.
RA Nelson - RA Nelson has been building Mountain Communities since 1976. For 40 years, we have been working with Governments, Organizations, Owners, Architects, Designers, and Subcontractors throughout the Vail Valley to build affordable housing projects, multi-family residential units, parks, and community facilities. RA Nelson is a unique general contractor that combines the horsepower, systems and technology of a commercial builder with the personal attention to quality and detail of a local mountain contractor. Our dedication to our clients and our community ensure that we will provide you with the best possible experience during preconstruction, construction and for the life of the building.
3:59 - They said it could not be done. For years, they said the human body was simply not capable of breaking a 4-minute mile. It wasn’t just dangerous, it was impossible. 1954, along came Sir Roger Bannister who broke the barrier by utilizing a varied background and training regimen. It was considered atypical, simply because it was not the norm. Most people will never visualize the 4-minute barrier in their lives as it is still considered impossible by most, but some people approach everything they do like they are trying to find ways to break elusive barriers. 359 (pronounced three five nine) Design is a collaboration of individuals focused on pushing boundaries of what is possible by creating community, building partnerships, and crafting meaningful and efficient design solutions. We produce successful projects that can be easily implemented. Our designs build on the unique character and positive qualities of each place. Working at many scales, we coordinate the design of individual buildings; the individual spaces they help create and the neighborhoods, of which they are a part to celebrate and accentuate regional culture and environments.