Trump’s proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum could slow Utah’s growth, critics say

2018-03-08T02:09:46+00:00March 6, 2018|News Articles|

Trump's proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum could slow Utah's growth, critics say Salt Lake Tribune, March 6, 2018 "Despite Trump’s insistence on going forward, Utah Sens. Orrin Hatch and Mike Lee and Rep. Mia Love have joined a growing chorus of Republican lawmakers calling on the president to back off." Read Full Article [...]

Creative ARTS

2019-10-20T13:52:34+00:00October 2, 2017|News Articles|

Creative ARTS MSC Magazine, October 2017 "Structural engineer MKA worked with the BRB supplier, CoreBrace, to more accurately define the yielding and overstrength characteristics of each brace, and brace connections were developed with both pinned and welded types for aesthetics." Read Full Article

Masters of Geometry

2017-04-19T02:07:44+00:00April 11, 2017|News Articles|

Masters of Geometry Building Design and Construction, April 11, 2017 "Prominent examples of their work include…the rippled exterior panels on the addition to the Sn0hetta-designed San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)." Read Full Article

Okland Wins Excellence in Concrete Award for 111 Main

2018-07-03T01:36:22+00:00March 30, 2017|News Articles|

Okland Wins Excellence in Concrete Award for 111 Main Okland Construction, March 30, 2017 "The 24-story office tower’s most visible feature is its balanced hat truss system that supports the building with no load-bearing columns on the perimeter. This enables 111 Main to overhang the adjacent theater by 45 feet." Read Full Article

Google moves forward with new campus

2019-09-22T02:13:23+00:00March 8, 2017|News Articles|

Google moves forward with new campus SFGATE, March 8, 2017 "The project, dubbed the Charleston East campus, is the first major real estate project that Google will build from the ground up. At its heart is a planned 595,000-square-foot, two-story office building shaped to resemble a puffy white cloud, with solar panels on the [...]

Excellence in Safety, Sports/Entertainment Best Project – T-Mobile Arena

2016-12-04T22:36:25+00:00October 24, 2016|News Articles|

Excellence in Safety, Sports/Entertainment Best Project – T-Mobile Arena ENR Southwest, October 24, 2016 "Teams utilized more than 7,000 pieces of steel, weighing more than 7,100 tons in total. Meanwhile, the 350-ft-long main trusses support a 200,000-lb, capacity-rigging grid, which is used for hanging equipment for concerts and events." Read Full Article

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