Sandy City Amphitheater Expansion

Owner
Sandy City
Sandy City Amphitheater

Architect
MHTN Architects

1,100 new seats
$1,150,000

This facility originally opened in the summer of 1999 with 500 permanent seats and seating capacity for 1,500 more on the grass area of the amphitheater. This addition will bring permanent seating to around 2,000 and will leave capacity for 750 more on the grass. The project includes addition of the new seating as well as sidewalks, railings and landscaping. ...

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Dixie High School

Dixie High School
St. George, Utah

Owner
Washington County School District

Architect
Naylor Wentworth Lund

250,000 sq ft
$16,900,000

The new Dixie High School, located in St. George, Utah, replaces most of the old high school campus. The project was developed in three major construction phases that allowed for the continuation of school activity on site. A new performing arts center, new three story classroom wing and renovation of the existing main gymnasium completed the campus. Tilt-up concrete ...

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Salt Lake Community College Institute Building

Taylorsville Institute of Religion
Taylorsville, Utah

Owner
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Architect
Naylor Wentworth Lund

60,000 sq ft
$3,500,000

On the Redwood Campus of Salt Lake Community College, this 60,000 square foot LDS Institute nicely the students needs. The two story facility includes classrooms, lecture hall, gymnasium, recreation space, family history center, office spaces, kitchen, restrooms and landscaped parking areas.

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Desert Hills High School

Desert Hills High School
St. George, Utah

Owner
Washington County School District

Architect
Naylor Wentworth Lund

285,000 sq ft
$45,000,000

The 285,000 square feet of educational space at Desert Hills High School is laid out in a campus style arrangement. The main building houses the administration suite as well as classrooms for math, science, social studies, general studies, music and the 972 seat performing arts auditorium. The Classroom Building forms the hub of the campus with radiating arms ...

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Fort Herriman Middle School

Fort Herriman Middle School
Herriman, Utah

Owner
Jordan School District

Architect
MHTN Architects

195,000 sq ft
$20 million

This 195,000 square foot, $20 million middle school was started and completed in a period of less than 15 months. Footings were poured in June of 2004 and the students moved into the school for class on the scheduled opening day in August 2005. Fort Herriman Middle is a modern two-story design featuring self-contained classrooms located around a central meeting ...

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Hurricane High School Replacement

Hurricane High School
Replacement
Hurricane, Utah

Owner
Washington County School District

Architect
Naylor Wentworth Lund

250,000 sq.ft.
$33,594,000

This multi-phase project began with the complete rebuild of the school’s synthetic turf sports field, rubberized track and tennis courts. A new two-story classroom wing was constructed during this phase as well as new parking areas, new baseball/softball fields with concessions building and new weight room. The next phase of this project consisted of demolition and remodel of portions of ...

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Westlake High School

Westlake High School
Saratoga Springs, Utah

Owner
Alpine School District

Architect
Sandstrom & Associates

340,000 sq ft
$60,000,000

Westlake is a 340,000 square foot, $60 million flagship high school that was under a construction management contract. It includes three gymnasiums, a full size auditorium with capacity to seat 1,200, a football field and grandstands, track and field facilities, cafeteria, media center, classrooms, administrative offices and a beautiful commons area in the entry.

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Glendale Middle School

Glendale Middle School
Salt Lake City, Utah

Owner
Salt Lake City School District

Architect
GSBS Architects

160,000 sq ft
$15,961,000

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The school was designed to welcome students, families and visitors. Curving bands of colored paving (woven through the site and building) along with landscape elements and gardens were designed to reflect the community’s diversity and interconnectedness. The school is laid out in a series of four academic houses, incorporating traditional classrooms and non-traditional teaming areas. ...

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