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Intermountain Bobcat Opens New Headquarters Facility

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Intermountain Bobcat has built a new 12,500-sq-ft Bobcat-dedicated headquarters in West Valley City, Utah. Opened for business June 1, the building sits on four acres, and was built by Salt Lake City-based Hughes General Contractors with tilt-up concrete construction and environmentally sustainable materials.

Photo courtesy of Intermountain Bobcat
Intermountain Bobcat celebrated the grand opening of its new headquarters facility in Salt Lake City in June.
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The facility houses the company’s sales, administration, parts and rental operations in an open architecture format with stained concrete floors and high ceilings. The service shop was built for efficiency and comfort, with glass roll-up doors and floor-to-ceiling windows bringing in natural light.

Situated in the epicenter of the Salt Lake Valley, it offers easy on-and-off  highway access to customers. The exterior surface lot is nearly twice the size of Bobcat’s former location on the south side of the metro area, allowing more equipment display space and rental capacity, and it has an extra four acres for future expansion, says Jeff Scott, president and general manager. The company was in its former location for more than 12 years before building the new facility.


The new headquarters is the flagship property of Intermountain Bobcat, a subsidiary of the Scott Intermountain Family of Cos. serving the compact equipment needs of customers in Utah and the Intermountain region.

For more information, go to www.imbobcat.com.

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