Bremik Construction provided Mt. Hood Meadows with Sahale Lodge, which was built to withstand extreme snow, wind, and earthquakes. Sahale Lodge is now home to the Meadows Learning Center, Ski and Snowboard Rental Center, and multiple restaurants. The design honored the history of Mt. Hood Meadows by incorporating decommissioned elements, such as a bull wheel from a retired chairlift, and accent walls constructed from reclaimed structural beams. Outdoor dining and entry areas were equipped with a heated roof and hydronic snow melt systems. The state-of-the-art kitchen featured a precast concrete façade and a skybridge was built to connect Sahale Lodge to the existing building. Our team protected native vegetation and addressed other challenges like proximity to forest fires, elevation, and delivery delays due to the remote location.