222 Main Office Building Submitted by MHTN Architects Inc. and Okland Construction Co. Inc.
This project features more than 350,000 sq ft of Class A office space on 22 stories. It is a state-of-the-art building—seismically engineered, energy conserving, equipped with fiber-optic voice/data capability, redundant power and fully automated building systems. The building is clad in a high-transparency, low-reflective exterior glazing.

The tower’s double-height entry lobby, nine-ft ceilings and continuous window lines are highlighted by high-end interior materials.

The building’s design and adjoining retail space will add to the historic and revitalized Main Street corridor of downtown Salt Lake City.

The building officially became Salt Lake City’s first LEED-certified high-rise constructed from the ground up and Utah’s fourth LEED-Gold-certified building in July.

Salt Lake City

$90.9 million
Owner: Hamilton Partners
Contractor: Okland Construction Co. Inc.
Architects: MHTN Architects Inc., Skidmore Owings & Merrill
Engineers: Great Basin Engineering, Skidmore Owings & Merrill, Environmental Systems Design Inc.
Among the Subcontractors: Cache Valley Electric, SME, A&B Mechanical, SEI, Eagle Hansen Precast
Start: Dec. 2007 Finish: Oct. 2009