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  • Infrastructure of Westport Industrial Center nearing completion

    The infrastructure for the new Westport Industrial Center at 5600 West and I-80 is nearing completion. Morgan Asphalt Inc. has been working on the $5.7 million project, which consists of more than two miles of road and underground water, sewer and storm drain utilities. (The Enterprise)

  • Renovation of Franklin Templeton Investments completed by Icon Design

    The renovation of the Franklin Templeton Investments in the America Plaza II building, 57 W. 200 South, Salt Lake City,  was completed by Icon Design. Common areas from lobbies to break rooms and staff areas, as well as upgrades to the building systems and elevators, were completed in the 90,000-square-foot-building. Icon collaborated with SL&A Architects. Big D Construction was the contractor. (The Enterprise)

  • Ground broken for Legacy Village in Layton

    Ground was broken in Layton for the Legacy Village of Layton, a continuing care senior living community. Western States Lodging will be building the 246-unit community on eight acres. The community will be available for independent living, assisted living, memory care and rehabilitative care. (The Enterprise)

  • Retirement community proposed in Hyrum

    The concept plan for Silver Willow Retirement Community was approved by Hyrum City Planning Commission. The retirement community will consist of 22 units and three single-family homes on 6.27 acres. Reed Elder of Hyde Park, who has built a number of retirement communities in Cache Valley, is the developer and builder. The project is awaiting preliminary approval from the Hyrum City Planning Commission.

  • Neighborhood Housing Services of Provo seeks extension for Franklin Heights Project

    Neighborhood Housing Services of Provo requested an extension for its Franklin Heights Project, a 20-unit residential development near 545 West and 500 South in Provo’s redevelopment area. The units in the first phase will be approximately 1,460 square feet with an attached garage. Slightly larger units will be built in the second phase, measuring approximately 1,696 acres. WPA Architecture will be working with Neighborhood Housing Services to design the project.

  • Construction begins on Magna-Kennecott Library

    Construction of the new Magna-Kennecott Library began on Sept. 15. The library will be built on the Historic Magna Main Street at 2700 S. 8950 West. The New library will be 20,000 square feet. It will open in the summer of 2010 with 120,000 books, DVDs, CDs and Spanish items. There will also be approximately 24 public Internet-connected computers. Cooper Roberts and Simonsen are the architects on the project.

  • Saratoga Springs considers 240-unit development

    Developer Mike Stewart with JMMS Enterprises plans to build a 240-unit multi-family residential development in Saratoga Springs. The development would be built on 12 acres at 130 S. Commerce Dr. Twenty-one units will be built on each acre. The apartments would have several amenities, including a swimming pool, a club house, a park, open space and trails. Site plan review will take place in November or December. Construction could begin as soon as March or April 2010.

  • Developers seek to annex nearly 350 acres into Provo

    The Provo City Council recently considered an ordinance to annex 346.72 acres for future development . Randy Young and Dave Gardner of Gardner and Associates intend to develop the property located from Geneva Road to Utah Lake, between 1300 North and 2000 North. Gardner and Young want to develop the property in two phases, with some single family and attached housing. They also hope to add some commercial development to the property.

  • Condos to be built in Uintah County

    Chris Jaussi of Timberhawk received permission to build 72 condominium units at 2412 W. 500 North in Uintah County. Two buildings will be constructed in the first phase, with eight units in each building. Jaussi received design approval from the Uintah Planning and County commissions and will be moving forward with construction on the infrastructure for the development. The planning commission will review the final plat for the development on Sept. 2.

  • Uintah Basin Medical Center planning to expand services to Vernal

    Owners of the Uintah Basin Medical Center of Roosevelt plan to build a second branch in Vernal to expand their services. The building will be two stories with 13,000 total square feet. Jerry Larsen is the contractor on the project. The center will be located at 475 N. 500 West and will be built on an 8.5 acre site next to an existing building.

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