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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Tintic School District Office and Gymnasium

Owner
Tintic School District

Architect
Kevin Madson & Associates

15,000 sq ft
$2,186,000

This new facility located in the mining town of Eureka, Utah was designed to have the appearance of a mine shaft. The finishes include large timbers and time period light fixtures in the entry way and a rough concrete finish on exterior facade. Eureka has a storied history of mining in the early days of the State of Utah and the owner wanted ...

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Price Utah National Guard Armory

National Guard Armory Upgrade
Price, Utah

Owner
State of Utah

Architect
EFT Architects

30,000 sq ft
$1,269,000

The renovation of the Utah National Guard Armory in Price, Utah included an extensive seismic fortification as well as an upgrade of all mechanical and electrical systems and added new doors and windows. The remodel consisted of new finishes in the restrooms, kitchen, gymnasium, workout room and sleeping quarters along with new landscaping to update the exterior.

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Granite Peaks Learning Center

Granite Peaks Learning Center
Salt Lake City, Utah

Owner
Granite School District

Architect
VCBO Architecture

$4,330,000
26,500 sq ft

An addition and remodel that was constructed around an operating school. Granite Peaks was completed in 2008 and includes new classrooms, administration office space, cafeteria and kitchen.

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Granger Elementary School

Owner
Granite School District

Architect
NJRA Architects

95,000 sq ft
$12,889,000

Granger Elementary accommodates 900 Students. With children’s development as a priority, details that enhance learning were necessary. Aesthetically, the main entrance welcomes students and visitors alike to this unique learning facility. With a high ceiling, comfortable seating, and an abundance of glass and windows the entry is a delightful place to be. A low sill height and windows free of mullions in the main office allow the office ...

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