Precision Construction West Completes Chair 3 & 4 Corbel Structure Maze at Vail Resorts

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PCW - a local, full-service commercial and residential construction company – announces the completion of their most recent project at Vail Resorts.

I absolutely love working with Vail Resorts, Incorporated. They have been a valued client of PCW for many years and have always trusted us to get the job done on time and right the first time.

Precision Construction West (PCW), a local, full-service commercial and residential construction company, recently completed a ski signage project at Vail Resorts. The goal was to provide patrons at Vail Resorts, particularly out-of-town guests, with clearer signage on how to access Chairs 3 and 4 amidst the Mid Vail confluence.

Having worked with Vail Resorts ( on a variety of projects over the past 25 years, Todd Morrison, owner of Precision Construction West, was hired to construct two large corbels to provide a better overall experience for skiers and snowboarders at the mountain. Vail Resorts’ objective was to complete the signage project prior to the opening of the 2015-2016 season.

Both the timeline and the geographic logistics could have been a challenge for any construction company, but with so much experience working with ski resorts in Vail Valley, PCW executed the project flawlessly.

Morrison said, “I absolutely love working with Vail Resorts, Incorporated. They have been a valued client of PCW for many years and have always trusted us to get the job done on time and right the first time. Additionally, I have lived in the Vail Valley for more than 25 years and am an avid skier. It feels wonderful to be able to contribute to the betterment of the overall ski and snowboard experience for everyone at Vail Resorts.”

Adds Chad Cusworth, Director of Development at Vail Resorts, “Vail Resorts has had several projects where PCW provided their services, but the Chair 3 and 4 signage project was the first project where I had the opportunity to work with their team directly. Their willingness to assist so quickly and in any way possible was extremely helpful with this specific project. We had a very pressing timeline to ensure this project was constructed, and the PCW team executed and provided a great looking project in the short amount of time that they were given. It has been a pleasure working with them and I look forward to additional projects in the near future.”

In addition to PCW’s most recent signage contribution to Vail Resorts, the company has also been a part of numerous other projects with Vail Resorts.

In 2013, PCW was retained by Vail Resorts to build Talon’s Restaurant in Beaver Creek. The new 500-seat, 6,700 square foot restaurant paid homage to the Austrian roots with rustic design elements and a new European-inspired menu.

In November 2012, PCW was responsible for completing the framing, siding and trim on Vail’s new 18,000 SF Gondola. The project was a challenge, as there were tight timelines related to weather conditions, short turn around times for ordering materials and figuring out a way to efficiently get the materials to Mid-Vail, which is half way up the mountain. Even with these potential hindrances, PCW completed the project on time and with impeccable craftsmanship. “Working with Vail Resorts, Incorporated has been such a wonderful experience for myself and the PCW team. Words cannot express how great it feels to be trusted with such tight timelines,” explained Morrison.

Summer of 2011, PCW was responsible for the structural framing, siding and exterior trim of The 10th – Vail’s premier on-mountain, fine-dining restaurant located atop Gondola One (

PCW worked with Hyder Construction and Vail Resorts to successfully complete this $4,000,000.00 commercial project.

PCW looks forward to working with Vail Resorts on additional projects in the future and encourages skiers and snowboards – from novice to experts – to experience all that Vail Resorts has to offer this season. “Vail ( is one of those places that any skier or snowboarder must experience once in his or her lifetime. It’s truly is a magical place that offers every imaginable amenity,’ explained Morrison.

About Precision Construction West (PCW)

Precision Construction West is a full-service construction company with more than 60 years of experience in Vail Valley. They specialize in commercial and residential construction and are experts at project development, engineering consultation, material logistics, on-site supervision, structural framing, exterior finishes, and more. To learn more about Precision Construction West (PCW), visit

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