As the city of Logan's largest-ever capital improvement project, this effort replaced an existing 460-acre open-air wastewater lagoon complex with an 18-million-gallon-per-day regional wastewater treatment facility.
As part of an extensive modification effort, this project’s scope of work included enclosing the Steinaker Service Canal within a pressurized pipeline and installing more than 15,000 linear ft of 78-in. solid wall high density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe.
As a year-round learning center, this 6,450-sq-ft facility will help visitors reconnect with nature, learn about the Salt Lake Valley’s agricultural heritage and provide opportunities to learn about historic farming practices through hands-on experiences.
A sophisticated surgery suite outfitted with multiple types of imaging technology will allow surgeons to use these additional resources while a procedure is underway to help guide decisions and strategies in real time.