Ryan McMullen, Architectural Designer Associate | Project Manager Ryan was raised in the heart of Wasatch country, with an adventurous spirit for themountains, deserts, and rivers that make-up the Mountain West. Though he values nature as the definitive designer, Ryan’s interest in the responsible growth of Salt Lake City keeps him close
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
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
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
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
In August R&O construction completed the interior construction 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
Heber Slabbert, Associate | Project Architect We are pleased to announce the promotion of Heber Slabbert to Associate at ajc architects. Heber is one of ajc’s most valued Project Architects, with a passion and natural gift for design. A solid background in contemporary design, 13 years of experience, and a commitment to
Steve Simmons, Associate | Project Architect We are pleased to announce the promotion of Steve Simmons to Associate at ajc architects. Steve comes to ajc with over 24 years of professional experience as an architect and project manager. Steve’s talent for sophisticated design and highly efficient project management has enabled him to
Life in Your Space – Aloha House! CityhomeCOLLECTIVE, Salt Lake City’s premiere real estate and design collaborative routinely features spaces that make a mark on the communities and neighborhoods of Salt Lake City and the surrounding area. The ‘Locals + Culture’ blog category regularly highlights people, places and spaces that are unique or
ajc architects design concept for The Morton envisions a clean, elegant expression of forms, materials, colors and textures. The contemporary use of materials creates a visual balance between modern forms and more traditional colors and textures. Using a varied materials palette helps to reduce the visual scale of the structure and establish a more residential
The annual IIDA Awards are presented to regional projects which exhibit “Brilliantly Executed Spaces and Thinking.” The goal of the Scalar space was to achieve a black/white modern, minimalist space accented with natural wood finishes. Exposed steel trusses add visual interest and make the open office area a feature unto itself.
Sid B. Pawar | Marketing and Client Development ajc is proud to announce the promotion of Sid Pawar, to Associate at ajc architects. With a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Idaho State University and over 24 years of marketing and business development experience, Sid brings depth to ajc architects’ client development efforts. Sid came to ajc architects
Nestled mid-block between The Eccles Performing Arts Center on Main Street and State Street to the east, you’ll find a revitalized Regent Street. In 2015, the Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City initiated a transformative process to bring energy and interest to this underutilized area of downtown. The goal of the $12.8 M project was
The prestigious award was presented on Feb. 21 at the organizations Annual Conference and Campus Recreation and Wellness Exposition in National Harbor, Maryland. ajc+HOK are proud to have been a part of the design team that realized the recreation vision of USU Students, USU Planning, Design and Construction and Utah DFCM.
Kent Rigby, AIA | Quality Assurance Architect ajc is proud to announce the promotion of Kent Rigby, AIA to Senior Associate at ajc architects. With a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Utah and over 35 years practicing architecture, Kent brings depth of experience, technical knowledge and high level
Utah State University’s Aggie Recreation Center: A Hub for Student Activity Since opening last November, USU’s newest building, the Aggie Recreation Center has met with overwhelming approval and high praise. After a nearly 17 years in planning, development and design, USU students have a new, state-of-the-art student recreation and wellness center to call their
Justin K. Heppler, AIA, LEED AP, Principal Architect Justin graduated in 2002 with a Master’s degree in Architecture from the University of Utah. Over the course of his career, Justin has had the opportunity to oversee a number of landmark projects. He has especially enjoyed working on projects associated with higher education and
ajc would like to thank the good folks at City Home Collective for their kind words and acknowledgement! City Home Property Consultant Paul Svendsen recently sat down with ajc’s Principal Architect Jill A. Jones for a tête–à–tête on who we are and what we do. Check out the the conversation here.
ajc won design accolades from Utah Construction & Design Magazine for High West Distillery and Reception Center. The High West Project won in the category of “Most Outstanding Private Project Under $10 Million” . ajc and our consultant team thank Brad Fullmer, Publisher/Managing Editor, at Utah Construction & Design Magazine for the acknowledgment.
Park City Film Studios was honored with “Most Outstanding Commercial+Mixed-Use Project Award” from Utah Construction & Design Magazine. ajc and our consultant team extend a hearty thanks to Brad Fullmer, Publisher/Managing Editor, at Utah Construction & Design Magazine for the accolade.