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Questar Corp. Project Creates Lively, Mixed-Use Urban Crossroads

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Courtesy of Layton Construction Co. Inc.
The new 170,000-sq-ft facility also includes 6,000 sq ft of street-level retail and restaurant space.
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2012 Award of Merit

Interior Design/Tenant Improvement Category

Questar Corp. Tenant Improvement

Salt Lake City

Questar Corp.'s new 170,000-sq-ft building includes offices, board rooms, break rooms, a fitness center, public lobbies and data and mechanical rooms.

The facility also features 6,000 sq ft of street-level retail and restaurant space, a public plaza and several pedestrian passageways intended to enhance the Salt Lake City street scene.

Trade and material coordination were crucial as Layton Construction Co. Inc., the general contractor, completed tenant improvement for the six-story building under an accelerated schedule on a tight urban site.

Key Players

Owner: Questar Corp., Salt Lake City

Design: EDA Architects, Salt Lake City

General Contractor: Layton Construction Co. Inc., Sandy, Utah

Structural Engineer: Dunn Associates Inc., Salt Lake City

MEP: Colvin Engineering Associates, Salt Lake City

Submitted by Layton Construction Co. Inc.

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