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  • Commission approves plan’s for Geraldine E. King women’s resource center in Salt Lake City

    Building Salt Lake’s Isaac Riddle reports on the status of Salt Lake City’s Homeless Resource Centers “The city has started the demolition and building permit applications for both centers, proposed for 131 E.  700 South and 275 W. High Avenue.  The 131 East  700 South Center will  house and serve women exclusively.  The 275 West Center will house both men and women.” “ajc

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  • ajc designed OWATC honored with 2018 IIDA BEST Awards

    ajc is proud to announce that Ogden Weber Applied Technology College was recently honored with two 2018 IIDA Awards by a curated jury of industry professionals. The design vision for the OWATC Bay 2 improvement called for the integration of the latest high-tech labs within a vintage WWII structure composed of wood trusses and columns which encloses a large, open volume.

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  • Blue Sky Rising: Steel and Structures Emerge from a Spring Landscape

    Steel I-beams and floor plates rise out of the concrete foundation at the ‘Sky House,’ Blue Sky’s main lodge site. The ‘Earth House’ and several guest cabins take shape on the resorts sprawling and picturesque 3,500 acre property in Summit County. Stay tuned for ongoing updates that track the construction progress of Utah’s upcoming world-class resort experience. Completion for the

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  • Construction starts on $40 million ‘City View’ downtown project

    David DeMille, The Spectrum. Developers gathered Wednesday, December 20, 2017 with representatives from the City of St. George to turn ceremonial shovels and signal the beginning of construction on a $40 million multi-use project pegged as a key step in building up the downtown area. The “City View” project is planned to include a planned four-story Boutique hotel, two four-story

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  • 2017 UC&D Best Tenant Improvement: Ogden Weber Applied Tech College’s Bay 2 Improvement

    In 2016 ajc architects completed the design of OWATC’s Bay 2 – an existing 43,605 SF warehouse facility that now houses classrooms and office space which OWATC is utilizing to create a progressive learning environment. This space serves the Composites Program, the NDI (Non-Destructive Inspections) Program, and provides additional Flex Space for the College. In order to meet the needs of

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