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  • Kendrick Brothers Construction teams up
    12/18/09

    (The Enterprise) Kendrick Brothers Construction of Murray has teamed up with Central Group Companies, a developer and manager of hotel, resort and water park properties, Nisonger Associates, a food service company, and Domokur Architects, a design, architectural and planning firm, to expand its construction business in the United States.

  • Construction begins on Ogden technology building
    12/18/09

    Construction has started on the 88,000-square-foot Samuel H. and Marian K. Barker Family Health Technology building on the Ogden-Weber Tech College campus. The LEED Gold facility will double the college’s capacity for training and job placement. Okland Construction and GSBS Architects worked together on the project. The building, which is scheduled to be complete in 2011, received $21.9 million from the Utah Legislature in 2009.

  • Day care to be built in West Jordan
    11/25/09

    ABC Great Beginnings, a day care, received approval from the West Jordan City Council to build a 14,000-square-foot building at 7172 S. Center Park Drive in West Jordan. The day care will be built on 3 acres. Johnny Anderson, the builder, will develop half of the building with possible plans to subdivide the structure in the future.

  • Condo project approved in Garden City
    11/25/09

    Garden City granted final approval for phase three of the Season's, a condominium project at 100 N. 100 West in Garden City. Phase three will include the construction of the clubhouse, pool and other amenities. When complete, the project will have 10 buildings, totalling 58 units. Rod Thompson of Logan is the developer.

  • West Valley approves Harkers Landing PUD
    11/25/09

    The West Valley Planning Commision approved the final plat for phase one of Harkers Landing planned unit development located at 2560 S. Anna Caroline Drive. The development will be built  in approximately six phases. The project will consist of 11 units on 1.13 acres. The project site is zoned RM. It will now go before City Council.  Bart Sharp, representing Holmes Homes, will represent the project when it goes before the West Valley City Council at a later time.

  • R&O Construction breaks ground on cargo center
    11/17/09

    R&O Construction of Ogden broke ground on a new cargo center at the McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. The two-building project will measure 200,028 square feet. Marnell Properties, the developer, has preleased 75 percent of the project. The project is due for completion in one year.

  • Orem approves Holiday Inn Express
    11/17/09

    Orem City approved the site plan for a Holiday Inn Express to be located at 1250 W. University Parkway. The hotel will be a 120 rooms with four stories. The hotel will provide standard private rooms and bathrooms. There will be no restaurant inside, but typical continental breakfast will be provided. The owner of the property is Merril Gappmayer. The developer is Ryan Rivet with Utah Hospitality.

  • Alliant Techsystems Inc. sells 47 acres of land to Salt Lake County
    11/13/09

    (The Enterprise) Alliant Techsystems Inc. sold 47 acres of land to Salt Lake County for the construction of a regional park, according Richard Ellis. The land, located at 6200 South and 6200 West, was purchased for $4.5 million. Lodestone Park will be combined with 17 acres of property. Doug Scheel, vice president of CB Richard Ellis, represented ATK, the seller, in the transaction. The land was purchased with funds from the Park Land Acquisition Bond.

  • GSBS Architects to design UVU science building
    11/13/09

    (The Enterprise) GSBS Architects was chosen to design a 160,000-square-foot science building for Utah Valley University in Orem. The building will be adjacent to the current 80,000-square-foot Pope Science Building, pending state approval of construction. The single science complex will provide space for laboratories, classrooms, and faculty offices for biotechnology, biology, botany, biochemistry, physics, zoology, microbiology, forensics, anatomy/physiology and earth science.

  • Jacobsen Construction selected as general contractor for USU building
    11/13/09

    (The Enterprise) Utah State University selected Jacobsen Construction of Salt Lake City as manager/general contractor for the College of Agricultural building. The Logan facility will be a $35 million project. Funding is pending on the Utah Legislature, with a decision expected in the 2010 session.

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