Snow Park Technologies (SPT™) provides services for the snowsports industry, including the design and execution of event and competition courses, resort terrain parks, and other special projects both on and off of the snow. SPT’s activities are organized around the following areas of service: special projects, resorts, jib fabricating, and event development and sport organizing.
Park Practices & Principles Program (P3)
The P3 Program is an industry solution that brings together years of knowledge, experience and expertise, to assist in the effective and consistent implementation of the NSAA Freestyle Terrain Program Contents at ski resorts across the United States. Read more about the P3 Program.
Our SPT™ Mountain Division program provides custom tailored services for specific resorts within each snow region of the U.S. The program provides year-round consulting and training to ensure on-mountain products, branding and marketing efforts are managed at the highest level, with an emphasis on quality, consistency and progression. View the SPT Mountain Division client list.
SPT™ has built over 250 event courses, resort parks, and projects on snow, including: every course for all 17 Winter X Games, Winter Dew Tour, Burton US Open, Winter X Games Europe, DC Mtn Lab and the Nike Just Do It commercial. SPT™ provides comprehensive project services, ranging from the design, layout, and 3D renderings of courses and features, through the actual on snow build and execution. View the SPT Special Ops client list.
The Jib Factory™ designs, builds and brands custom rail and box features in our fabrication shop located in Verdi, Nevada. SPT’s Jib Factory™ has built some of the most unique and innovative jib features used in some of the most prestigious events and terrain parks around the country.
SPT™ currently manages sport organizing and athlete services for the ESPN X Games. SPT™ serves as the liaison between athletes and event organizers by overseeing all athlete interactions, including: athlete selections and invites, competition format development, athlete communication, athlete meetings, judging and scoring criteria, as well as judges panel selection and management.