and DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTS
construction concepts of MDA-Development are structured around a Design-Build approach to
total site development. As such, all land and design responsibilities are
solely those of
MDA-Development. The construction process is joint-ventured with
highly-reputable, pre-qualified General Contractors of
MDA-Development's choosing. MDA-Development uses a phased-design construct
format, in which the entire project is master-planned and the
construction is broken down into logical phases, based upon the needs
of our clients.
purchased this particular piece of undeveloped property in late 1994 and
has been actively working to improve the existing natural conditions and
developing different marketing strategies for this
development. MDA-Development decided to design this entire
project based upon a different philosophy that most Montana residential
upscale clients are seeking.
the typical upscale investor was only interested in "log type "
construction in Montana due to the prevailing mood of the general
contractors of the areas. This has now changed with
MDA-Development's "master planned" concept.
Many "Baby Boomer Generation" clients now feel the need to
re-connect with nature and seek a higher quality of lifestyle in their
life's focus. MDA-Development MASTER PLAN
and Projected Schedule are delineated as follows:
SITE DESIGN, (completed)
ENTRANCE: This is the exact site where the electronically
activated slide gate and external fencing will be located.
Please note above
the green grassy area ahead you should see a bright red Chevrolet
fullsize 4x4 extended cab pickup truck in the very exact same
location as in the photograph below of the retention basin or pond
The trail leading
to the right extends for about 40 feet and serves as the earthen
dam for the lower retention basin or pond or overflow pond.
roadway system has been completed from the site entrance all the way to
the Eagles nest site (top site). As the needs dictate,
enhancement work continues to be ongoing. Please note that
VOLT PRIMARY ELECTRICAL POWER
(High Speed Internet) BROADBAND CAPABILITIES
BASINS/PONDS/ARTESIAN SPRINGS, CISTERN, (completed)
thirty-foot-deep retention-basin was developed in
1999 to handle all the runoff from the 5 major artesian springs
contained on the land. This retention-basin serves as a primary watering source for the many native species of
wildlife that inhabit the property -- including white-tail deer, elk,
moose, grouse and wild turkeys. Note the location of this
fullsize Chevrolet 4x4 pickup truck when compared to the photo
above in the site entrance.
LOT, the nice large level parking lot area for the dojo structure
overlooks the artesian springs and retention basin/pond area.
basin/pond is approximately 200 feet in elevation below the
location of the pickup.
The road leading
upward leads to the actual dojo structure building pad area as
shown the below photograph.
DEVELOPMENT, the dojo structure will be constructed on this nice level
building pad that also looks down upon the nice artesian springs,
retention basin/pond for natural viewing of the many species of
wildlife that utilize this water source.
The entire pad is
totally surrounded by larch and fir trees on all sides to protect
from the wind and elements and to also function as an visual
barrier and natural screening element. The upper roadway at the
bottom of this photo leads to the retreat site in the photo below.
DEVELOPMENT, this building pad was created to construct a 4-sectionable
retreat structure. It is adjacent to a very nice artesian spring,
and has a limited view of the retention basin/pond below.
It is located
slightly uphill from the dojo site, and is totally surrounded by
landscaping features to ensure total protection from the elements
and visual screening from all sides for total privacy.
The view created
by this site is the north end of the beautiful Mission Mountains.
SITE building pad development, (completed)
The view from the Eagle's Nest site is
southeastern and overlooks both the "Bear Wilderness" (south of Glacier National Park) and the start of the beautiful
(lower bench overlooking Smith Lake)
Nest site Roping Arena location (upper bench)
(overlooking the City of Kalispell)
elevation sketch of Eagle's Nest structure with lowest native rock
organic concrete level resting on the lower bench with a view
towards Smith Lake and the "Spotted Bear Wilderness",
just south of Glacier National Park and north of the "Bob
entrance of the structure is located on the second level facing
the roping arena on the upper bench.
depicted in this sketch on the second level are close to the front
door and primary entrance where guests are received.
DESIGN/BUILD RE-SALE PARCELS
Three, Eagles Nest site, First level
NEST SITE, FIRST LEVEL, exterior organic concrete C.I.P. w/Native Rocks,
interior ribbed "fractured-fin" form liner.
Lightweight concrete in metal pan ceiling, and 3-station C.I.P.
concrete elevator shaft. The view from the Eagle's Nest site is
southeastern; it looks into the "Bear Wilderness"
south of Glacier National Park and the start of the Mission Mountains.
NEST SITE, (Second and Third Floors)
THREE, DESIGN-BUILD DEVELOPMENT
the start of Phase Three, Eagles Nest First Level, MDA-Development
shall select (3) previously pre-qualified local General Contractors, their
subsequent Sub Contractors and work forces and initiate the DESIGN-BUILD
concept for the remainder of the project.