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Intermountain Architect of the Year: MHTN

Defining a mission to create environments of the future

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The arrangement translates into better quality for clients, too. “I think our clients see the passion come through in the people working on their projects,” Clinger says. “When you work on something you are interested in, there is a passion and energy that translates into creativity and innovation.”

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A Sampling of MHTN Projects

222 S. Main Office Building
Salt Lake City
Owner: Hamilton Partners
Contractor: Okland Construction
Completion: Dec. 2009
In association with SOM

Student Union Renovation
Owner: Boise State University
Contractor: Kreizenbeck Constructors
Completion Date: Aug. 2009

Utah County Convention Center
Provo, Utah
Owner: Utah County
Contractor: Okland Construction
Completion: April 2012
in association with Populous

David Eccles School of Business
Salt Lake City
Owner: University of Utah
Contractor: Okland Construction
Completion: Phase I - 2011; Phase II - 2014

Ben Lomond High School Reinvention
Ogden, Utah
Owner: Ogden City School District
Contractor: Hughes General Contractors
Completion: Aug. 2010

Herriman High School
Herriman, Utah
Owner: Jordan School District
Contractor: Hughes General Contractors
Completion: Aug. 2010

North Ogden Elementary School
Odgen, Utah
Owner: Weber School District
Contractor: Arnell West Construction
Completion: Aug. 2009

Zions Bank Tower Renovation
Salt Lake City
Owner: Zions Securities Corp.
Contractor: Jacobsen Construction
Completion: Oct. 2006


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