Missoula Federal Credit Union
Missoula Federal Credit Union
Jupiter Bowl
Jupiter Bowl

1. Workers Compensation Fund Corporate Office at Towne Ridge Parkway
Sandy, Utah
$50 million
Workers Compensation Fund
General Contractor: Jacobsen Construction Co.
Architects: ASWN Architects, EDA Architects
Engineers: Dunn Associates Inc., Van Boerum & Frank Associates Inc.
Start: Oct. 2008 Finish: July 2010

This project builds a new six-story, high-rise offi ce building and three-level parking structure. The building is a sideplate job, designed to withstand a maximum plausible earthquake. The parking garage is post-tensioned and can accommodate 450 vehicles.

2. Montana State Fund Office Building
Helena, Mont.
$26 million
Montana Board of Investments
General Contractor: Dick Anderson Construction
Architects: Mosaic Architecture, CTA Architects Engineers
Engineers: RPA, CTA Architects Engineers
Start: Oct. 2008 Finish: June 2010

This project builds a new 115,000-sq-ft office building on a tight site in downtown Helena. The project team coordinated construction with an adjacent 350-car parking structure. The new building includes a large data center, rooftop gardens and a rainwater collection system.

3. Valley Fair Mall Renovation
West Valley City, Utah
$20 million
Satterfi eld Helm Management Inc.
General Contractor: R&O Construction
Architect: Law Kingdon Architect
Start: Jan. 2010 Finish: Fall 2010

Valley Fair Mall is being transformed from an aging 600,000-sq-ft regional shopping center to a 1 million-sq-ft, super-regional shopping and entertainment power center.

4. Missoula Federal Credit Union
Missoula, Mont.
$7.3 million
Missoula Federal Credit Union
General Contractor: Gordon Construction
Architect: CTA Architects Engineers
Engineers: CTA Architects Engineers, Eclipse Engineering
Among the Subcontractors: Garden City Plumbing Heating, Liberty Electric, Tetratech
Start: April 2009 Finish: Dec. 2010

The Missoula Federal Credit Union is an addition and remodel totaling 49,549 sq ft. The addition will include two floors and a basement totaling 30,860 sq ft, onto the existing 18,689 sq ft. The project will be conducted in phases starting with a remodel of the existing training center, which will be transformed into a drive-through teller component. The second phase will be the two-story addition and the last phase will remodel the current teller/ drive-through main branch building.

5. Jupiter Bowl
Park City, Utah
$3.3 million
Territory Inc.
General Contractor: R&O Construction
Architect: CLC Associates Inc.
Start: April 2009 Finish: Jan. 2010

This project builds a 22,337-sq-ft, full-sized bowling alley that offers customers high-end finishes with original artwork and a four-star restaurant.