North Bench Fire Station

250 W 2600 N
Lehi, Utah 84043

Station 82 accommodates Tower 82 and Ambulance 82.  It is manned by and houses a total of five firefighters which include a Captain, an Engineer, Paramedics and Firefighters. The neighborhood objected to a fire station until it was promised a facility that looked like all the houses in the neighborhood. At completion, neighbors were very complimentary of the facility and the respect the contractor demonstrated during the build process. 



Lehi City Recreation Center

123 N Center St
Lehi, UT 84043

Recreation Center: This 68,000 square foot project includes three full size gymnasiums, an elevated  jogging track, areas for fitness and weight training, aerobics/dance room, locker rooms, dividable multipurpose/conference rooms, Police Department offices and storage, recreation management offices and lobby area. A senior citizens center with a large meeting room, dividable activity rooms, lounge, kitchen, management of­fices, and restrooms are also part of the building.

Aquatics Center: This indoor/outdoor pool ties into the recreation center. Comprised of the Myrtha Technologies Ceramic 1 pool system, it includes a 25 meter, eight lane lap/competition pool, a 9,000 ft2 leisure pool, a splash pool and deck, and a spa (hot tub). The southern exposure has an operable trans­lucent panel system at the walls and roof to create indoor/outdoor space and provide for air flow in the summer months.



UDOT Region Three Headquarters

658 North 1500 West
Orem, Utah 84057

Region Three has jurisdiction over six counties in Central Utah: Juab, Utah, Wasatch, Duchesne, Uintah and Daggett. The region has approximately 200 full-time employees. The building had to accommodate administration, construction maintenance, a materials, signal, carpenter shops, a warehouse as well as a heavy equipment repair building.  The aim was not only functionality but also to achieve an aesthetically pleasing facility.



Ephraim City Hall

5 S Main St
Ephraim, UT 84627

Ephraim City Hall is an 18,138 square foot office building. It has three floors and is wood framed with a brick and E.I.F.S. exterior. It is early 1900 Classic American Style architecture including a bell tower, large porch columns and stone sills and lintels at the windows. The interior com­mon areas include large 4-panel doors, wood base, crown and trim and chandelier lighting. The city and police offices are of a more modern design with hollow metal jambs, single panel doors and lay-in acoustic ceilings. 

Ephraim City had already entertained a proposal from another design-build contractor. However, when their price came back it was way out of the city’s ability. This building not only met the City’s budget and included everything the other building proposed but also matched the historic downtown architecture of Ephraim City which the other offer did not. In addition, the building is capped with a bell tower which now houses the Old Ephraim Bell.



Heber City Public Works

749 West 300 South
Heber City, UT 84032

Located on 5.5 acre site is the concrete masonry office and shop combination building. The office includes offices for the managers, receptionist desk, employee break room, workroom cubicle area, and restroom/shower rooms. The shop has a CO2 exhaust system, lube pit with lube reels, overhead crane system, skylights, storage mezzanine, radiant heaters, 14’ overhead doors, compressor, heated power wash system, working bays and a welding bay. The site has covered vehicle storage, a salt storage shed, divided concrete bin material storage areas and sander racks storage. The site also contains a fenced yard, asphalt at the shop/office area and drainage ditches leading to a detention pond. The design-build team included Public Works employees. To get additional amenities, the city performed some of the work themselves. Ellsworth Paulsen willingly coordinated and assisted with the work.