RockResorts and its parent company, Vail Resorts, are committed to integrating sustainable building practices, wherever possible, in all construction and development activities. The $1.5 billion Ever Vail development, which will include a RockResorts hotel when completed, will be the largest LEED-certified resort project in North America.

One Ski Hill Place in Breckenridge, CO, will be designed using sustainable building practices and will be certified with the Green Globes standards and the recently-constructed golf clubhouse in Jackson Hole was LEED-certified as were the newly constructed corporate offices in Broomfield, CO.

As our success rests on providing extraordinary resorts, we look to find the best of both worlds in constructing more sustainable  buildings: providing our guests with upscale facilities while respecting our obligation to protect the environment.  To support this commitment, the company is developing minimum green building standards to ensure that whether a lift shack or luxury hotel is constructed or undergoes a major renovation, we are keeping our eye on the performance and efficiency of these structures.