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In Response to COVID-19 and Recent Earthquakes

The proverbial ox may be in the mire; but, as structural engineers, we know how to define problems, analyze options, and provide solutions. In one day, we managed the impact of the earthquake (no phones or internet), helped clients evaluate the stability of their buildings, and implemented office-wide COVID-19 protocols for telecommuting. This test truly challenged our chops and demonstrated how skilled and resourceful people can be when faced with adversity.
 

Farmington HS Wins Award of Merit

Farmington High School has won an Award of Merit K-12 as part of ENR Mountain States 2019 Best Projects Competition. We're honored to be recognized along with the rest of the amazing team who made this project happen!

You can view the full article here: https://www.enr.com/articles/47853-award-of-merit-k-12-farmington-high-school?fbclid=IwAR0gR8yzKaUJY5-MwxyoyAYzjoHXWBNCtyGVuy-_ljqDA4V70vE5qRxIp5g

Shank Lloyd Right

In anticipation of our upcoming annual Shank Lloyd Right Architect's Shootout, we wanted to share some photos from 2018! This golf tournament has always been a highlight for us over the years, so we're very excited to be doing it for the 9th time!

Reaching New Heights

Working with an extraordinary team that included VCBO Architects and Hughes General Contractors on the new Alta High School Performing Arts Center, Calder Richards engineered a tilt-up concrete system with panels ranging in height from 55 to 75 feet. The panels, varying in weight from 100,000 to 130,000 lbs., saved Canyons School District over $500,000 while meeting a challenging construction schedule.

Escalating construction costs and a tight design window required engineering the auditorium's supporting walls with tilt panels taller than ever had been done before in Utah!

Engineer of the Year Nominee Article

Our own JR Richards has been presented with SEAU's nomination for Engineer of the Year! Utah Engineers Council Journal has written a wonderful article outlining the highlights of his 37-year and counting engineering career. For the full article (located on page 16) and more please visit the following link: