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“The new Life Sciences Building will serve as a gateway for the south end of the BYU campus,” says Brian Evans, chief financial officer and administrative vice president at BYU. “It will be a welcoming and inviting building and will include a center corridor that will lead students directly up the hill to campus.”
The Life Sciences Building will have a total of five levels, including a three-level, 250-stall parking structure that will be integrated into the building. The building will be built at the current location of the Benjamin Cluff Building, which will be razed prior to construction.
Construction will begin immediately and will be ongoing for approximately three years. The structure is estimated to be completed and occupied toward the end of 2014. When finished, the building will include 16 teaching labs, three auditoriums, four conference rooms and more than 70 academic offices. All faculty and labs currently located in the Cluff and Widtsoe buildings will be housed in the new facility. Following the completion of the new Life Sciences Building, the Widtsoe building will also be razed.
OKLAND CONSTRUCTION was selected as the general contractor for the project. In relation to the Life Sciences, the BYU board of trustees has also approved a 30,000-square-foot addition to the Monte L. Bean Life Sciences Museum.
Layton - DAVIS HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER now offers hip replacement surgeries using the minimally invasive “anterior supine intramuscular” (ASI) approach, in which the surgeon gains access to the hip joint through a much shorter incision at the front of the hip instead of on the side or back. This approach minimizes patient trauma and shortens recovery time.
Ogden - TECHMEDIANETWORK will have technology and science news, reviews and features from multiple publications featured in Livestand from Yahoo!, a new iPad app. Livestand provides publishers like TechMediaNetwork a platform to distribute content in an immersive, personalized experience optimized for iPad.
Richmond - PEPPERIDGE FARM plans to create 54 new jobs at its existing facility in Richmond. Expansion of the facility will commence in 2012, with production scheduled to begin in 2014. The company expects to invest up to $45 million in capital improvements over the course of the project.
Clinton - MAURICE’S opened at Park Place in Clinton. The national chain, which also has a store in Layton, gears itself to clothing and accessories for young women.
Clearfield - LIFETIME PRODUCTS plans to expand its manufacturing plant with 142 more jobs. The additional employees will earn an average wage that is 125 percent of the county average, including full benefits.
Riverdale - LARRY H. MILLER CHRYSLER JEEP DODGE RAM RIVERDALE dealership held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony. It will serve customers primarily from the Roy, Weber/Ogden, Riverdale and Clearfield areas.
Ogden - CERRO WIRE LLC achieved a rate of zero OSHA-recordable incidents over the last two years and has only had four over the last five years. The plant’s innovation and attention to safety is one of the reasons that the company’s True Sequential Footage product was named one of the nine Top Products of 2010 by Wire and Cable Technology International.
Ogden - THE HOME DEPOT INC. will establish a new national customer service operation in Utah, creating 691 new jobs for Utahns, with 181 of those jobs paying 125 percent of the average Weber County wage.
Layton - UPTURN SOLUTIONS launched its mobile CMMS software, Sprocket v3.5 Mobile, a fully unified asset management, maintenance management and preventative maintenance software solution.
Kaysville - The NORTHERN UTAH BUSINESS & ECONOMIC SUMMIT (NUBES) was held at the Weber State University Davis Campus. The theme of this year’s event was “Thriving in a Rebounding Economy.”
Promontory - NORTHROP GRUMMAN and ATK successfully ground-tested a Minuteman III Stage 1 solid rocket motor for the United States Air Force as part of the Minuteman Solid Rocket Motor Warm Line (SRMWL) program at ATK’s test facility in Utah. The SRMWL is designed to sustain critical propulsion-related skills to ensure the weapon system can be sustained.
Ogden - The national chain YANKEE CANDLE opened a store in the Newgate Mall, across from the entrance to Dillard’s. It sells scented candles and accessories and will be open year-round while employing up to 10 part-time and two full-time workers.
Davis County - According to the department of workforce services, DAVIS COUNTY led the Wasatch Front’s job growth, adding approximately 4,600 jobs from November 2010 to November 2011.