We’ve laid many a community cornerstone.
After all, that’s what city halls, libraries, parks, plazas and other public facilities really are: the cornerstones of a civil society.
We believe civic and institutional buildings can nurture a community’s identity by instilling a greater sense of pride. They can foster frequent and meaningful contact between citizens and provide comfort in our public spaces. At their best, they contribute to the vitality of our communities as anchors of commerce and communication.
We consider each of our community cornerstones—from the Utah State Capitol to the St. George Town Plaza—to be a crowning achievement.