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  • Construction begins on Cedar City aquatic center

    Construction on an aquatic center in Cedar City began in early July. The center, located at 2090 West Royal Hunt Drive, will be owned by the city. The facility will be approximately 64,000 square feet. CMBG and Carter Enterprises are the developers on the project. The expected completion date for the aquatic center is May 2010.

  • 1,200-unit residential development considered for Cedar City

    Chuck Marshall is considering a master plan community on 206 acres in Cedar City. Marshall has proposed building 1,200 residential units near 2400 North Lund Highway. There would also be a possibility for commercial development. The project is in the preliminary planning process. Ron Larson is the engineer.

  • Demographic, economic analysis of the Downtown Alliance Business District is complete

    Bonneville Research just completed a demographic and economic analysis of the Downtown Alliance Business District for the purpose of providing materials to respond to economic development inquiries, posting on the Downtown Alliance Web site and to provide the basis for an Economic Development "Report Card."

  • Sidewalks, driveways main focus of Holladay construction this week

    Concrete sidewalks and driveway approaches will be put int his week on the north end of Holladay Boulevard. Curb and gutter will be  placed along the east side of the south end of Holladay Boulevard. Underground storm drains, capping of Quest utility lines and grading work will be done on the east end of Murray-Holladay Road. Hunt Electric will continue to place street light bases in a variety of locations throughout the project. The traffic signal at Laney Avenue and 2300 East is scheduled to be placed in approximately three weeks.

  • Daggett County joins with Bonneville Research to plan economic development

    Bonneville Research was just awarded the contract to assist Daggett County and the community of Dutch John with planning and economic development.

    Bonneville Research has teamed with the planning firm Cooper Roberts Simonsen and has brought onto its team two economic development professionals: Don Adams and David Baird.

  • Construction moves forward on Holladay Boulevard

    Questar is continuing to work on lowering their gas line along the east side of the south end of Holladay Boulevard. Their work should be complete early in the week, after which Harper will be working on subgrade preparation for curb and gutter. Underground storm drains, capping of quest utility lines and grading work will be done on the east end of Murray-Holladay Road. Asphalt paving is scheduled for the west end of Murray Holladay Road. Curb and gutter will be poured on the north end of Holladay Boulevard and sections of concrete pavement will be placed during the week.

  • Bid awarded to SIRQ Construction

    Schiff Nutrition International of Salt Lake City awarded SIRQ Construction of South Jordan the contract for a manufacturing and processing remodel. The three-month project will require relocation of office space, production space modifications and other internal improvements. The Enterprise, June 29 to July 5, 2009

  • Expansion planned for YESCO


  • Plans move forward for PUD in Farmington

    Nicholl’s Nook, a planned unit development at 48 S. 100 West in Farmington, will be a nine-unit development if the Farmington City Council approves the amendment to the master plan. The units will be 3,000 square feet each. Rodney Griffen, the owner, had originally planned for six units. The developer is unknown.

  • ONYX Construction to build Smithfield City office building

    Smithfield City accepted a bid from ONYX Construction to build a new city office building at 100 S. Main. ONYX bid the project at $1,774,640. The building will be three stories, totaling 5,000 square feet. The basement will be used for storage, the first floor will house the council court and the second floor will be occupied by the engineering department, the city manager and the mayor.

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