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 Salt Lake City Terminal Redevelopment Program Landside, Airside, and Facilities Electrical Design (2013-2024)

Salt Lake City Terminal Redevelopment Program Landside, Airside, and Facilities Electrical Design (2013-2024)

SALT LAKE CITY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Working under master architect HOK, Envision is working on every electrical design package awarded - landside civil, airside civil, concourses, terminal, and supporting facilities such as the Quick Turn-Around (QTA) facility, Rental Service Site (RSS) facility, Airport Operations Center, Central Utility Plant, and the new parking garage.

Envision has also remained the trusted electrical engineering firm for the last 5 on-call contracts, working on most renovations, upgrades, and on-call projects since the first electrical on-call contract was issued in 1998. Think of us when you think of SLCIA.

 

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 City Creek Underground Parking Structure + Electrical Infrastructure (2012)

City Creek Underground Parking Structure + Electrical Infrastructure (2012)

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah

The downtown City Creek Project was a landmark mixed-use redevelopment project of approximately 2.5 billion dollars that included residential towers, apartments, and large scale retail and office space on two city blocks. The project required the addition of 12 new electrical vaults providing almost 20 Megawatts of power to both blocks inclusive of retail, office and residential units and towers.


 University of Utah Medium Voltage Distribution Upgrade - Lower Campus (2016)

University of Utah Medium Voltage Distribution Upgrade - Lower Campus (2016)

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

Priced at $86M, this was the state's largest electrical infrastructure project since 2016. The overall project goals can be narrowed down into three major categories. 1.) Eliminate the existing 4,160V and 7,200V distribution systems and upgrade all distribution to the new standard of 12,470V. 2.) Increase the safety, capacity, reliability, redundancy, efficiency, and maintainability of the distribution system. 3.) Design a system that would easily accommodate future growth and expansion on campus. This gave Envision deep knowledge of the U's electrical infrastructure, and key insight into medium voltage design.