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  • Carbon County Senior Center under construction
    10/21/09

    (The Enterprise) Construction on the new Carbon County Senior Center in Price has started. Ascent Construction is building the 35,000-square-foot facility that will house a large eating gallery, outdoor patio, kitchen, computer classroom, billiards and ceramics rooms and clinic facilities. It is scheduled to be complete early in 2011. Scott Evans designed the center.

  • R&O Construction to build expansion of SGL Carbon Fiber
    10/21/09

    (The Enterprise) Ogden-based R&O Construction has started construction on the expansion of SGL Carbon Fiber in Evanston, Wyo. Construction on the interior and exterior will be done to produce a new carbon fiber manufacturing line. New equipment will also be installed.

  • Ascent Construction to develop the UTA Meadowbrook TRAX Park and Ride
    10/21/09

    (The Enterprise) Ascent Construction was selected by the Utah Transit Authority to develop the eastern portion of the UTA Meadowbrook TRAX Park and Ride lot at the corner of West Temple and 3900 South. Community Studio and  Parsons Brinckerhoff will also be involved in the development.

  • Construction to begin on LDS seminary in Herriman
    10/21/09

    The general contractor for an LDS seminary in Herriman will be Arnell-West. CD Architects will also be working on the project. The building, at 12105 S. 6000 West, is scheduled to be complete by July 2010.

  • 12-acre multi-use develoment proposed for Saratoga Springs
    10/12/09

    At a meeting of the Saratoga Springs Planning Commission, Ryan Bybee with Cadence Capital proposed a site plan for a 12-acre, multi-use development. The project would include retail, office and storage buildings. Bybee plans to build the development in phases, with phase one consisting of a 5,500-square-foot retail strip, a car wash and an auto shop. The Saratoga Springs City Council will review the proposal.

  • Site plan approved for 72-unit condo project
    10/12/09

    Saratoga Springs Planning Commission approved the site plan for the 72-unit Jordan Ridge Condominiums. If the project is approved by the city council, Red Castle Enterprises, LLC, will construct six buildings on 8.25 acres at 1175 N. Riverside Drive. The project will include several amenities, such as a playground and a picnic area.

  • Construction ready to begin on Florentine Villas
    09/29/09

    Ground was broken at 7500 South and 800 West in Midvale for the Florentine Villas Apartments. A celebration was held on Tuesday, Sept. 29, with the Chamber East Ambassadors and Midvale City Mayor JoAnn Seghini and the Midvale Ambassadors helping officiate the ceremony. Utah Housing Corporation is teaming up with Wasatch Advantage Group to build the apartments, the largest affordable housing development in Utah, using the Tax Credit Assistance Program funds issued through the Federal Stimulus Program.

  • Convenience store planned for West Jordan
    09/29/09

    Holiday Oil LLC received preliminary approval to build a convenience store and gas station in West Jordan. The main building will be nearly 4,000 square feet and will sit on the 1.68-acre site. The project will go before the city council for final approval in October.

  • Herriman Towne Center approved
    09/28/09

    McArthur Homes and South Farm LLC recieved approval from the Herriman City Council on its final master plan for phase one of the Herriman Towne Center, 13000 S. 5400 West. The first phase will consist of 43 lots ranging in size from 4,000 to 5,000 square feet. The developer hopes to have a model home built before the end of the year.

  • Estate subdivision planned for Kaysville
    09/28/09

    Old Farm at Kays Creek subdivision received preliminary approval from the Kaysville Planning Commission. Now Chad Bessinger, the builder on the development, is waiting for approval from Kaysville City. The development will sit on nearly 37 acres near Phillips Street. The estate-style homes will be built on lots between 20,000 and 73,000 square feet. Financing for the project is not yet firm.

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