Chicago Illinois – Westland Construction has wrapped up their second-phase of a five-phase project to renovate portions of the Chicago Illinois Temple for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Phase 3 pre-construction services are well underway with construction shutdown dates tentatively scheduled for July 2015 and December 2015.
on February 14, 2014 , No comments
Central Utah Clinic – Salem Campus
Salem, Utah – Westland Construction is preparing to break ground on a new campus for Central Utah Clinic. This 90,000 SF Medical Office Building will offer primary, and specialty care services, including: dialysis, imaging, gastroenterology, neurosurgery, urologic surgery, pediatrics, outpatient lab, orthopedics, internal psych. This new building has a full-service pharmacy, physical therapy, large conference rooms with amenities suitable for banquets, seminars and educational trainings. It features self-check-in kiosks to cut down on wait time and increase patient privacy.
on January 2, 2014 , No comments
UCCU breaks ground on new building 1
Westland Construction has been awarded the contract to construct the new headquarters for UCCU.
Ninety-eight feet high, the Utah Community Credit Union building headquarters will have reflective glass on the exterior so passersby can see the expansive view that is seen of the valley below. Completion is scheduled for 2016 and the design allows for 68,000 square feet of office space as well as underground parking.
Construction has started. To see updated photos click here .
Through a competitive bid process, Westland Construction was recently selected to complete a renovation to The Church History Museum in Salt Lake City, Utah. The museum will be closed for renovations starting October 5, 2014. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints anticipates that the museum will reopen next year, October 2015. A new first floor exhibit, “The Heavens are Open,” is expected to be ready when the museum reopens.
For more information and to follow updates during the closure period, visit history.lds.org/museum