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  • Conductive Composites waits for construction of new facility

    (EDCUtah) Conductive Composites Company will begin manufacturing at a temporary facility near the airport in Green River, while its permanent manufacturing facility is constructed. When the expansion project began, Conductive Composites sought EDCUtah for help in finding a good location for its new facility. The company wanted to locate in rural Utah. EDCUtah contacted Mike McCandless, economic development director for Emery County, and worked closely with him and county leaders to help the company find a suitable manufacturing location, housing and financing.

  • Vineyard City Council to review Sunset Villa

    The Vineyard Planning Commission reviewed and recommended the approval of Sunset Villa. A new planned development overlay district would have to be approved in order for the residential project to move forward. If approved, 186 single-family, detached homes would be built on 23.5 acres located at the northwest corner of Vineyard Road and Center Street. Developers and land owners Ryan Anderson and Gerald Anderson hope to get building permits in time to start construction in March. The city council will review the proposal on Jan. 27.

  • SelectHealth to relocate in Murray

    (EDCUtah) This coming April, SelectHealth will move from its current location in West Valley City to a new facility in Murray, just west of Interstate 15 at 53rd South. Jacobsen Construction is the lead contractor on the new facility, which is expected to be LEED Silver Certified when complete. Of the move Pat Richards, SelectHealth's president and CEO, says: "We wanted to be more accessible to our customers and insurance brokers and the new location is a perfect fit for us. We will also be able to host some community events there, as well."

  • Weber County approves mixed-use development

    The Weber County Planning Commission approved the master plan for 46.14 acres at 3600 N. Highway 40. Mike Christensen with JT Wasatch Commons LLC proposed to build 224 apartments, 324,085 square feet of commercial, office and hotel space.

  • ABC Supply Co. have undergone redesigns

    (The Enterprise) The three ABC Supply Co. Inc. Solution Centers in Utah, major suppliers of roofing, siding, windows, and more, have recently been redesigned. They are now premier destinations for product information and selection for contractors and clients. The branches are located in Murray, Ogden, and Orem. The reconfigured Solution Centers feature a storage system that organizes product sample boards so contractors can quickly find and take with them the sample they need for customers. ABC Supply store nationwide are being updated with these new designs.

  • ICON Design completes Moon Lake Electric building

    (The Enterprise) ICON Design has completed a new administration building for Roosevelt-based Moon Lake Electric Association, a rural electric cooperative that serves customers in the Uintah Basin. The scope of the work encompassed 21,000 square feet. The design firm collaborated with SL&A Architects, and Big-D Construction was the contractor.

  • Envision Electrical Engineering designing Sego Lily School

    (The Enterprise) Salt Lake City-based Envision Electrical Engineering has begun design of the Sego Lily School, to be located in Murray. The new school has been designed to be green from the ground up. From native landscaping to low-water use fixtures, every aspect has been considered. Sego Lily intends to seek LEED Platinum certification.

  • 174-unit development approved in Herriman

    Herriman approved the site plan amendment for Herriman Downs, a project by Garbett Homes. The planned unit development will consist of 174 units on 24.81 acres at 5260 W. 12600 South. Construction for the first phase will begin this spring.

  • Saratoga Springs discusses possible annexation

    The Saratoga Springs Planning Commission discussed the proposal to annex 750 acres of property for future development. The property is located south of the city at 5200 South and Redwood Road. The proposed development, Teguayo, would be similar to Daybreak. Before the land can be annexed, the city needs to approve a new zone entitled "planned community." The planning commission will vote on the zoning in its Jan. 5 meeting.

  • ONYX to build Magna Library

    (The Enterprise) ONYX Library will build the 20,000-square-foot Magna Library at 8940 W. 2700 South. The new facility will double the size of the existing library. CRSA is the architect on the project. The building should be complete in July.

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