Utah Olympic Park
In February of 1997, Edwards & Daniels Architects was retained by the Salt Lake Organizing Committee to develop a Master Plan for the Utah Olympic Park; the site of the 2002 Winter Olympic Venues for ski jumping, bobsled, luge and skeleton. This planning effort included support facilities for the existing bobsled track as well as two new ski jumps; a K-90 and a K-120. The new K-90 jump replaced an existing K-90 jump which no longer met FIS standards. While the Olympic events comprised just a 17-day period in 2002, the facilities were designed to provide a permanent state-of-the-art facility for on-going training and future international competitions. The facilities held World Cup events in 2003 and 2004.