Jack Johnson Companyís relationship with Deer Valley Resort began before the first construction was initiated. Today, Deer Valley is a 4,500-acre world-class ski resort, offering superior recreational amenities, residential neighborhoods, and mountain villages. In 2001/2002 and 2005/2006, Deer Valley achieved the top ranking in Ski Magazineís Reader Resort Survey. Deer Valley Resort was also a venue for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
The Resortís continued success is a result of its initial design and planning strategies. In the early 1980s, Jack Johnson Company created a master plan that served as a guideline for future improvements and focused on maintaining dignity through time with the flexibility to change. The Deer Valley Master Plan was only one of the many projects Jack Johnson Company designed for the Resort. Other projects at Deer Valley ranged from new lift alignments and ski area expansion to site specific planning for numerous parcels, hotels and condominiums. Work has included civil improvements, construction administration, and architecture.