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Gallivan Center Adds New Amenities for Concerts and Ice Skating

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Courtesy of Big-D Construciton
The project included construction of a larger ice skating rink and sweeping shade structure.
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2012 Award of Merit

Sports/Entertainment Category

John W. Gallivan Center Ice Rink, Amphitheater & Support Facilities Remodel

Salt Lake City

The John W. Gallivan Plaza is a premier open concert and multi-use public space in downtown Salt Lake City. The Gallivan Center is located between the One Utah Center and the Marriott hotel on top of a three-level underground parking structure. The newly renovated facility, with double the concert viewing area, boasts a new building that can be rented for weddings, receptions and private parties.

The two-story structure offers new public restrooms and a south-facing terrace that can seat up to 250 people. The project also included construction of a larger ice skating rink and a sweeping shade structure.

Key Players

Owner: Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City

Architect: Edwards & Daniels Architects Inc.

General Contractor: Big-D Construction

Structural Engineer: Reaveley Engineers & Associates Inc., Salt Lake City

Civil Engineer: Thomas Engineering, Bountiful, Utah

Entry submitted by Big-D Construction

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