This development sits in the up-and-coming area surrounding 900 South and 900 East in Salt Lake City. Nestled among popular eateries and quaint boutiques, the three-story project has commercial space on the ground floor with two floors of residential above, a residential lobby, and a parking podium.
Utah State University Eastern draws some 65 percent of its student body from the nearby Navajo Reservation and for several years the campus experienced a shortage of housing. The 74-bed structure more than doubles the housing capacity on campus.
Centrally located on the Idaho State University campus, the Rendezvous Complex is a gathering place for the school community. The facility includes a three-story, multi-use building with a 120-seat computer center and 50 classrooms ranging from a 15-seat seminar room to a 250-seat lecture hall.
A design/build project for Southern Utah University, the innovative floor plan of Cedar Hall features a unique style of suites. Each three-story building consists of 70 two-bedroom suites along with two-bedroom manager suites, six group study areas, six laundry rooms and restrooms.
This facility provides temporary housing and amenities for Utah National Guard service men and women. The quarters provide 144 billets, six laundry/vending rooms, and a commercial laundry room. Six common areas offer TVs and small kitchen/prep area, as well as technology infrastructure for training and presentations.
With rapid student growth and an on-campus housing shortage, new student housing was an urgent need for Dixie State University. The design/build project features suites that can accommodate six students each. Each suite includes living room space, a large kitchenette and eating space, and bathrooms with sink areas separate from shower and toilet rooms.
Designed to take education beyond of the traditional classroom setting, the Scholars Community at the University of Utah integrates academic and residential life. Student apartments, classrooms, faculty offices, and a library are all in one place.
Built in the 1960s and 70s, Heritage Halls and Deseret Towers were home to thousands of Brigham Young University students. But, with a growing student population, aging buildings, and new living requirements, BYU student housing enters a new chapter with this multi-phase project.
To accommodate the changing needs of the city’s population, three new homeless shelters will be built in the Salt Lake valley. Each resource center will house no more than 200 individuals and will be designed to serve a particular homeless group.