Development momentum is ramping up again in Big Sky. The Yellowstone Club is bouncing back from their bankruptcy filing and post-recession consumer confidence is spurring much activity on and around Lone Peak. On the front lines of this issue is Taylor Anderson who delved into not only the positive community impacts of resumed development, but also the progression towards energy efficiency in these large projects.
Read the Explore Big Sky article published in January 2012 which puts the Big Sky regional building landscape into perspective. Teton Heritage Builders was proud to have an employee offer his perspective on the increase in building activity in Big Sky. Our largest project in the Yellowstone Club is equipped with a geothermal heating system and we couldn’t be more excited to promote this alternative to propane use in Big Sky.