As part of Steamboat’s multi-year Full Steam Ahead project to enhance guest experience, the resort demolished the building that housed the bottom terminal of the Gondola. Steamboat Resort was able to divert 70% of the demolished buildings from the landfill by recycling steel and concrete and office guest furniture, lockers, equipment and even lightbulbs were removed for reuse and/or donated for employee and community use. Steamboat staff also received a piece of the buildings history with holiday gifts in the form of a Gondola cabin ornament, made from recycled glass from the building. The new buildings that will be built in Steamboat Square will also be LEED certified.
https://doinggood.steamboat.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Demo44-e1646170383910.jpg 374 800 Kelsie Bryant http://dgsbt.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/steamboat-doing-good-logo-204x300.jpg Kelsie Bryant2021-05-24 18:45:132022-06-22 21:35:42Recycling the Demolished Gondola Building