City Scoop: Salt Lake City
ABC Utah Chapter
“With Utah’s focus on ‘cluster’ economic development, the state could see growth in aerospace, IT and software development, the financial services market, outdoor products, life sciences, recreation, energy and natural resource industries,” DeHerrera says. “The clusters were identified as Utah’s competitive strengths for demographics like an educated workforce, outdoor environment, existing infrastructure, military installations and manufacturing. Playing off the strengths of these industries may prove to be an economic boom for Utah in terms of growth, construction and economic progress.”
Firm in Focus
700 E 1700 S, Salt Lake City
Principal Architect: Jill A. Jones
What's New: The firm is designing the 125,000-sq-ft Salt Lake Community College West Point Career and Technical Education Center. It will house classrooms and labs for different programs.