The Squaw Valley Ski Resort has a crucial expansion move. On being successful, the redevelopment plan will include more tourist housing and workforce. The Placer County Planning Commission has recently approved the development plan.
With the approval, the expansion will then move to the final approval steps by the County Board of Supervisors. Mr. Andrew Wirth, the CEO of Squaw Ski, acknowledged the approval and is optimistic the plan will do greater good to the greater Placer County region.
Intrinsically, there is an impediment of the current situation of transit and traffic in the area. Though these barriers and Squaw’s expansion are not dependent, the Squaw Valley Resort is committed to solving the problem for the overall good of the community. Read more: Andy Wirth – KCRW
Since the city and the community are concerned with the welfare of the region, new developments that think about the community welfare are required.
According to Powder, Andy Wirth has committed to lead and work with the administration to find measures for the traffic issue. Mr. Andy is a reputable expertise who holds all his positions with the professionalism that they deserve.
The Squaw Valley Resort has developed substantial initiatives to counteract the traffic issue. The resort has pledged commitments to fund a reliable and convenient mass transit system that will serve not only the Placer County but also the whole region of North Lake Tahoe.
Andy Wirth serves at the Alpine Meadows of Tahoe, Inc. as the current President and CEO. Since August 2, 2010, Andy Wirth has been serving as the Chief Executive Officer of Squaw Valley Ski Corporation, and currently, he serves as the President.
He holds direct responsibilities in all the aspects of sales and marketing at the resort. From June 1, 2006, Mr. Andy has been serving as the Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Steamboat of Intrawest ULC.
Since July 2007, Andy has served at Intrawest ULC (formerly Intrawest Corp.) as the CEO and Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing. He joined the Intrawest Corp. due to the Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation’s acquisition completed in March 2007.
Andy has 24 years of extensive experience in the marketing and sales sectors. He also serves at the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club as the President of the Board of Directors. Since July 2013, Mr. Andrew Wirth has been a Trustee of Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority.
He additionally attended the Edinburgh University in Scotland.