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Projects that foster learning, improve care, revitalize communities—and built by Jacobsen—have been named as some of the best in the Intermountain West. Utah Construction & Design (UC&D) and Engineering News-Record (ENR) recently bestowed top honors to several Jacobsen projects totaling more than one million square feet in higher education, healthcare, recreation, office and religious construction.
In UC&D’s Most Outstanding Project competition, Jacobsen won Project of the Year for the LDS Provo City Center Temple, as well as four additional awards:
- The Provo City Center Temple was also named Most Outstanding Project in the Renovation/Restoration (large projects) category. The project scope featured several extraordinary phases—including placing the building’s seven million-pound shell on 40-foot-high stilts to excavate and create a basement level beneath the structure.
- The Budge Clinic at Logan Regional Hospital won in the Healthcare (large projects) division. The 100,000-square-foot expansion and remodel now provides high-quality services to Cache Valley patients in a central location.
- The Ski Jumps at Utah Olympic Park soared above the competition in the Sports/Recreation (small projects) category. Thanks to painstaking, meticulous engineering, the new steel ramps feature spot-on simulation of snow-packed conditions, resulting in optimal training for the United States Ski & Snowboard Association (USSA).
- The Central Instruction Building at Utah State University’s Eastern campus earned the highest honor in the Higher Education (small projects) division. The 58,000 square-foot structure pays tribute to the area’s mining heritage and creates a stunning focal point on the 75-year-old campus.
ENR honored Jacobsen with three 2015 Best Project awards in its Mountain States division:
- dōTERRA’s Worldwide Corporate Campus won top honors in the Office/Retail/Mixed-use category. Completed in two phases, the facilities feature a product center, spa, employee cafeteria, warehouse and testing lab.
- The main-level expansion of Primary Children’s Hospital (PCH) was recognized in the Renovation/Restoration category. The project included a 10,000-square-foot addition to the hospital’s main entrance and lobby.
- The Eccles Outpatient Services Building received an Award of Merit in the Healthcare category. The six-level, 230,000 square-foot facility is the first brand new building for PCH in more than two decades.
“It’s always a thrill to be recognized for our efforts,” said JCC President Doug Welling. “We feel so fortunate to partner with such fantastic clients and deliver work that truly makes a difference in our communities. We share these honors with the LDS Church, Intermountain Healthcare, Utah Olympic Park and USSA, dōTERRA and USU Eastern; we also celebrate their efforts to make Utah a safer, healthier and more prosperous place.”