Kauri Sue Hamilton School

Kauri Sue Hamilton School

The Kauri Sue Hamilton School was built for children with special needs. It serves students in the Jordan School District. It is a steel, masonry, and curtain wall structure, which features state of the art equipment and facilities specifically designed to accommodate its students, who have a broad range of needs. The school includes a pool.

Eastlake Elementary School

Eastlake Elementary School

Eastlake Elementary School features a unique two-story design that includes large windows in each of the school's thirty-four classrooms. The school serves more than eight hundred students who are on a four-track, year-round schedule. The first floor includes a large gymnasium and dining area, and three kindergarten classrooms. The second floor of the building is equipped with a beautiful media center, and a state of the art computer lab.

Wasatch Junior High School

Wasatch Junior High School

Wasatch Junior High School is a replacement of the existing junior high, built in 1959, which was totally destroyed by fire in 2005. This structure has a complicated radius design, using architectural concrete, a curtain wall, and a metal deck and joist roof system. The junior high includes an auditorium that seats approximately one-thousand students.

Plain City Elementary School

Plain City Elementary School

Plain City Elementary School is a single story concrete and masonry structure, designed with individual pods for each separate grade. Each pod includes a common area for different types of activities. The building was designed with large classrooms and separate coat rooms, which allow the students to exit to the playground areas from each classroom. The school also includes a wing designed for the use of children with special needs.

Parkside Elementary School

Parkside Elementary School

Parkside Elementary is a prototype school designed to boost the appeal of elementary education. It features many interactive elements for its students to enjoy and this makes the school more enjoyable to attend. Both playgrounds at the school feature state of the art Kompan interactive playground equipment, which is designed to encourage physical activity among the children, and the building features several Lego based elements.

Horizon Elementary School

Horizon Elementary School

This school has two classroom wings which are offset from the central area. In addition to this, the building also features a spacious gymnasium and cafeteria area. This school was located on an extremely difficult site that required extensive amounts of blasting and rock removal. Even though this was a difficult site, the school was completed on time and within budget.

Jordan Applied Technology Center

Jordan Applied Technology Center

This project is located at the South Salt Lake Community College campus. It is a three story building that is used to teach several trades, including wood working, nursing and pre-med.

Columbia Elementary School Replacement

Columbia Elementary School Replacement

This was a two stage project that involved the demolition and removal of the existing school and the surrounding area, as well as the construction of the new school. The soccer field remained and was maintained throughout the project.

Ethel Wattis Kimball Visual Arts Center

Ethel Wattis Kimball Visual Arts Center

This project is located next to the Browning Center at Weber State University. The interior features specialized classrooms, as well as a foundry and two lecture halls. The site work was complimentary to the building and included architectural retaining walls.

Scott M. Matheson Junior High School

Scott M. Matheson Jr. High School

The Scott M. Matheson Jr. High features two full size gymnasiums, an auditorium that seats 1,155 students, and a two story classroom wing. The site also includes a ball field with a full size rubberized track.

Sorensen Student Center Expansion

Sorensen Student Center Expansion

The Sorensen Student Center expansion is located at Utah Valley State College in Orem. Construction required the cafeteria area and the bookstore to be remodeled, as well as an expansion to the overall building in order to accommodate new offices, a student services area, and a ballroom.

Richard E. Kendell Building

Richard E. Kendell Building

This project involved four distinct contract phases, including the government services building, print shop, site work, and administrative facility. The building was designed for the general use of the Davis County School District.

Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind

Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind

This project was located at the USDB's Ogden campus. The building was constructed with face brick and architectural roof panel entrances. The site is nestled in and around well established residential neighborhoods. The interior floor plan features specialized classrooms and is equipped with state of the art items for students with special needs. Specialized hardware, including visual and non-visual systems, were installed to assist the students.