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Salt Lake Community College’s New Jordan Campus Student Center Features an Optimized High-Performing Framing System  The Enterprise – Utah’s Business Journal recently featured an article that highlighted ajc’s design for the new Jordan Campus Student Center, specifically the building’s structural framing fuse plates.  The building’s design, structural components and other  critical systems are

Heber Slabbert, AIA | Principal Partner Heber Slabbert, AIA was recently elevated to the position of Principal Partner at ajc architects. Since joining the firm, Heber has brought design expertise to award-winning projects in higher education, outdoor recreation, outdoor education, mixed-use commercial, multi-family, light industrial and high-tech sectors. Heber has provided design

Dijana Alickovic,  AIA Associate | Project Architect | Project Manager ajc architects is pleased to recognize Dijana Alickovic, AIA as an Associate. Dijana’s approach to design emanates from her deep commitment to community. She was an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer with the Salt Lake City International Rescue Committee and has volunteered with Habitat

Dijana Alickovic, AIA | Bachelor of Science – Architecture 2005 | Master of Architecture 2009 Dijana Alickovic is a Project Architect at ajc architects. She has worked on award-winning projects such as SLCC Westpointe Workforce Training & Education Center and Ogden Weber Applied Technology College Bay 2; and is overseeing construction of

In the Spring of 2019 Salt Lake County, in conjunction with local governments and community groups, sponsored a juried IDEAS competition to re-envision a mid-valley section of the Jordan River Parkway. Our team, led by Steven Gilbert (ArcSitio Design), Steve Simmons, Connor Stephens, Alan Taylor (ajc architects) and Bob Springmeyer

This vibrant new 124,638 SF facility supports the community’s training needs in a flexible, high quality space that benefits business, industry and the surrounding community. This building allows SLCC to fulfill its mission as Salt Lake County’s primary post-secondary provider of technical workforce education while offering collaborative spaces with industry