Projects

Granary Row

Salt Lake City, Utah

 

Granary Row sought to activate an entire city district by inhabiting an otherwise abandoned piece of public real estate: the center of the street. Located in Salt Lake City’s neglected Granary District, the project was the culmination of a year’s worth of study and exploration, resulting in a 5-month installation occupying the street right-of-way. Granary Row hosted concerts, food trucks, urban demonstration gardens, artists and start-up retailers looking to test the market. To create iconic signage pieces, retail shops, onsite storage and dramatic stage backdrops, shipping containers were repurposed due to their self-supporting structure and affordable nature. Anchoring Granary Row, local craft brewer, Uinta Brewery, operated a Beer Garden as the primary social gathering hub.

The architect assisted the developer in controlling cost by donating their own time in planning and design; furnishing and installing the components of the Beer Garden; and, repurposing affordable and donated materials like shipping containers, wooden pallets, and off-the-shelf acrylic.

 

Awards:

2013 AIA Utah Urban Design Award

2013 AIA Utah Honor Award

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Salt Lake County Administration Building [Public Works]

Midvale, Utah

 

The Salt Lake County Public Works Building houses offices for administrators of the Sanitation, Highway, Fleet, and Flood Control divisions.  The building acts as the public face for the County’s Public Works operations as well as to serve public works administrators and field staff in their daily, and sometimes dirty, routine. For this reason, utilitarian materials were used that represent the users, but were handled in a more civic tone, allowing for an appropriate public experience.  Primary building materials include board-formed cast-in-place concrete, steel panel cladding, and reclaimed heavy timber columns.  The building can be seen as a “material timeline” expressing building materials at different phases of their respective life cycles.  The building was completed in 2010, and is certified LEED Platinum.

 

Awards:

2010 AIA Utah Merit Award-Architectural Design

2010 AIA Utah Merit Award-Excellence in Sustainable Design

2010 Mountain States Construction Gold Medal for Outstanding Architectural Design

2010 Mountain States Construction Gold Medal for Best Public Works Project

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Davis County Administration Building

Farmington, UT

 

The Davis County Administration Building is part of the new complex completing the Davis County civic campus in Farmington, Utah. The three story, 73,000 total square foot building houses all departments previously located in the Farmington Courthouse, including the Clerk/Auditor, Treasurer, Information Systems, and Planning & Economic Development departments.  A definitive relationship and connection between the existing courthouse and the new administration building is created through an elongated rectilinear building form and matched setback from Main Street, allowing for a continuation of pedestrian circulation and overall street character. The new Davis County Headquarters Library is physically connected at the south end of the building; an exterior “stone link” creates a seamless transition between the two occupancies.  The textured rubble stone link is paired with smooth white limestone cladding, wood-veneered panels and extensive use of glass, all which work collectively to establish a strong sense of civic presence.



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Southern Utah Museum of Art

Cedar City, Utah

 

The new Southern Utah Museum of Art (SUMA) is part of the new multi-facility art and theatre campus at Southern Utah University (SUU). Blalock and Partners teamed with Brooks + Scarpa, out of Los Angeles, CA, to create a new program document and master plan for the Southern Utah University Center for the Arts, which includes a new museum building for the SUMA, as well as a new Theatre and Artistic Production building for the Utah Shakespeare Festival. The project includes a sculpture garden, galleries to exhibit the work of students and faculty, art education and teaching, galleries for exhibiting SUU’s art collections, art storage, and other required spaces, that will allow the faculty to receive national accreditation as a university art museum. This world-class museum space will serve as an icon for SUU, and will be a destination for art-lovers throughout the State of Utah and beyond.

 

Construction is scheduled for completion in the spring of 2016.

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Davis County Children’s Justice Center

Farmington, Utah

 

The Davis County Children’s Justice Center is part of the new complex completing the Davis County civic campus in Farmington, Utah.  The concept of a nautilus shell (representative of protection, strength, and transformation) formed the basis for curling the building around a healing courtyard and informed the selection of the building’s materials.  Textured stone veneer in tan and brown tones is contrasted with pure white limestone with exposed saw marks that leave the impression of windswept shells. The facility features interview and observation spaces, along with a 60 seat conference room. 

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Riverton Senior Center

Riverton, Utah

 

The Riverton Senior Center is the final project of a three-building campus incorporating the Library, City Hall and Senior Center.  The architectural expression is meant to acknowledge the existing campus context, while still conveying its own identity for the community and the patrons.


The building was designed to respect the rich traditions associated with Riverton City and the character of the Center’s patrons, while also conveying the idea that the building and its inhabitants are an incredible source of energy contributing back to the community.  The center is large enough to address all the program spaces needed, through efficient and flexible space planning, but still maintains the feel of a small “neighborhood” center.


A highlight of the project is the large channel glass box that breaks away from the traditional form of the building, in a dynamic expression of the vibrancy of the Center’s patrons.  By day, this expansive channel glass clerestory floods the center with natural light, and by night, it glows from within as a beacon to the community it serves.

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Fleet Maintenance Building

Midvale, Utah

 

The new Salt Lake County Fleet Maintenance Building replaces the existing heavy duty shop and administration facilities that have been deemed inadequate due to their inability to serve current function of the County Fleet department, in addition to mechanical and structural issues. The new facility features a 34,000 square foot 20 bay service shop and vehicle parts storage area, and a 6,500 square foot administrative area. Conceptually, the design takes inspiration from “muscle” cars of the 1970’s, which are a beautiful example of a marriage between heavy internal machinery and a sleek external skin.

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GRAND COUNTY COMMUNITY CENTER

Moab, Utah

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Additional Civic Projects

Grand County Community Center

South Jordan Community Center

 

*While with a previous firm, Kevin Blalock, AIA, was the project Team Leader for several civic projects, including those listed above.


Park City Fire Station

Holladay DABC

LDS Church History Library


*While with a previous firm, Chad Parker, AIA, was the Lead Designer for several civic projects, including those listed above.

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Cedar City Library

Cedar City, Utah

 

Sited to anchor an existing park, the 26,000 square foot facility was designed to allow for maximum flexibility and future growth with the capacity to house more than 80,000 volumes. The project location was part of a larger city plan to dedicate the area as a pedestrian-friendly civic corridor with the library acting as a catalyst for future development. The library offers a special collections room, a technology center, a large public meeting room and classroom space for promoting the English as a Second Language (ESL) program. Most notably, a dedicated children’s library has been incorporated which includes an adjacent craft area. The front entry court provides a public gathering space, while the general collection’s south terrace promotes interaction with the city park.


awards:

aia merit award 2004

utah masonry council’s “project of the year” - 2004

intermountain contractor’s “best small project award” - 2004

 

Kevin Blalock, AIA, led the design efforts from programming through construction while employed with a previous firm.

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Davis County Library

Farmington, Utah

 

Davis County Library’s new headquarters is part of the new complex completing the Davis County civic campus in Farmington, Utah. The 22,000 square foot library houses an intensive technical services and processing wing that serves all branches in the Davis County Library system. In addition to the Collection, spaces include public meeting rooms, conference and study rooms, dedicated Young Adult area, Children’s Library and a Special Collections room. An inviting entry plaza is sized for public events and activities, while a private Children’s Courtyard is scaled for a more intimate setting.


White limestone cladding, wood-veneered panels and extensive use of glass work collectively to establish a sense of civic presence, inviting warmth and a seamless connection from interior to exterior.



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Grantsville Library

Grantsville, Utah

 

30 miles west of Salt Lake City, the new Grantsville City Library is set in a rugged, colorful agricultural community. The city’s rich history, surrounding desert foothills of the Oquirrh Mountains and nearby Great Salt Lake influenced the conceptual design approach. Utilitarian ribbed metal panels in conjunction with wood-veneered cladding and extensive use of glass create a rich aesthetic, representing the natural beauty found even in harsh territory.


The 10,800 square foot facility is the first of its kind for the city and, in addition to the general collection, offers a dedicated Young Adult area as well as an extensive Children’s Library. Community meeting and conferencing spaces have been incorporated for use after hours. A Children’s Courtyard unfolds to a larger amphitheater space for small performances.



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Lyman Library

Lyman, Wyoming

 

The exterior development and material selection were inspired by the agrarian buildings found in the community. The use of exposed wood framing supporting the sloped metal roof forms acknowledge the neighboring barns, while the canted stone walls pay homage to the fieldstone fences dotting the surrounding landscape. Extensive use of high-performance, floor-to-ceiling glazing promotes a strong interior / exterior connection.


The community now enjoys a large auditorium space for public meetings, a dedicated computer and console gaming area for the young adults, and a fireplace in the adult reading area.


Awards:
Engineering News Record – Mountain States, 2010 Gold Award, Best Cultural Project

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West Jordan Library

West Jordan, Utah


The new West Jordan library serves as the central headquarters for the Salt Lake County library system.  It is located on the south side of Veterans Memorial Park, providing another step in completing the city’s civic campus. The 72,000 SF project combines the headquarters for the county administrative offices with a library and community event center. Full height glazing along the north side of the building provides patrons with views to the park from the library, lobby and pre-function areas. Similarly, the glazing on the south side of the building at the entry plaza provides visitors with views through the building creating a visual connection to the park. The community event center offers multiple configurations and opens onto an outdoor amphitheater to host larger events and concerts.  The project is seeking LEED Gold certification and offers a smart building kiosk for patrons to view how energy is being provided and used in the building.


Chad Parker, AIA, was co-lead designer on this project while employed with a previous firm. He worked on the project extensively from Programming through general contractor bidding.

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Marmalade Library

Salt Lake City, Utah

 

Blalock & Partners has recently been commissioned by The City Library of Salt Lake to program and design a new branch library in the Marmalade District of Salt Lake City. Located in an urban redevelopment location, the 20,000 GSF facility will be two-stories and seek to transform and activate a vacant four acre site.


The Marmalade Branch Library is currently in design. The design team is pursuing the concept of “transformation” to drive the project’s architectural development.

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GRAND COUNTY LIBRARY

Moab, Utah

 

The conceptual approach for this project was inspired by the natural land forms for which the area is known.

Sited to anchor an existing park, the 26,000 square foot facility was des

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WEBER COUNTY LIBRARY FEASIBILITY STUDY

Ogden, Utah

 

Blalock and Partners conducted a detailed analysis of the existing Weber County Main Library in order to determine the feasibility and estimated costs and benefits of reno

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Additional Library Projects:

 

 

Weber County Feasibility:

In September 2012, Blalock & Partners completed a comprehensive Feasibility Study for the Weber County Library Systems. The project consisted of an evaluation of the existing 1960’s era Main Library, assessing operational and functional needs and analyzing the complete structural, mechanical and electrical systems.


While with previous firms, the professionals at Blalock & Partners were directly responsible for leading the planning, design and construction efforts of several library projects throughout the intermountain west:

 

Grand County

Monroe

Mountain View

Murray

Park City 

South Jordan (Competition)

West Jordan

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Snow College Performing Arts Center

Ephraim, Utah

 

The project literally and figuratively links the College’s two performance programs; the Eccles Center for the Performing Arts and the Horne School of Music. A continuous “sound ribbon” weaves together the two primary venues, providing acoustic support at each location, and gracefully joining the facility together at the dynamic shared lobby. As the only live performance venue in the small, but vibrant community of Ephraim, Utah, the Center has a special role in further strengthening the cultural relationship between college and community.

 

Awards: 

2003 AIA Utah Honor Award

2003 Intermountain Contractor awards: Best Architecture Project and Best Utah Public Project Silver Award

 

Kevin Blalock, AIA, was the project Team Leader for the duration of this project while associated with another firm.

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Dixie State College Performing Arts Center

St. George, Utah


The Dolores Dore Eccles Center for the Performing & Fine Arts at Dixie State College facility is a cross-disciplinary environment for music, theatre, fine arts and dance, as well as providing a cultural bridge to the community. The project was developed to encourage interaction and dialogue between the different disciplines, promoting a learning environment outside the traditional classroom.  As the community’s primary performing arts venue, the facility also establishes a sophisticated cultural experience with student productions as well as accommodating traveling performing arts companies.

 

Awards:

2004 Intermountain Contractor's Association, Best Architectural Design

2004 Intermountain Contractor's Association, Best Higher Education Design 

2004 Intermountain Contractor's Association, Best Public Project Design Silver Award

 

While with a previous firm, Kevin Blalock, AIA, was asked to take over the project in mid-Schematic Design and led the entire team through construction completion.

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USU Performance Hall

Logan, Utah

 

The Manon Caine Russell / Kathryn Caine Wanless Performance Hall at Utah State University represents the school’s commitment to developing a competitive, signature arts program as part of their core curriculum. As the first building in the campus Arts District, the project profoundly addresses an educational need as well as becoming a cultural icon for the community. The acoustics, lighting and infrastructure are all designed to world-class standards achieving the highest levels of performance support attainable.

 

Awards: 

2007 AIA Utah Honor Award

 

Sasaki Associates was the Architect of Record.  While associated with another firm, Kevin Blalock, AIA, was the Team Leader for the project from programming through the initial stages of construction.

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Western Wyoming Community College

Rock Springs, Wyoming

 

When Blalock and Partners was offered the opportunity to work with Western Wyoming Community College on an update to the Master Plan, they suggested that the update take a unique approach tailored specifically to the needs of WWCC.  The College expressed a need to identify specific projects which could be achievable over the next five years.  The team then began crafting a plan of evaluating the building as a whole, and working with College staff and administration to identify priorities and address shortcomings, with the ultimate goal of increasing student engagement.


The five-year phased approach outlined resulted in approximately 36,000 GSF of renovated space and 50,000 GSF of new construction.  These additions, collocating departments and related uses, and utilizing some existing spaces more efficiently, will contribute significantly to the successful growth of the College.


The plan is intended to be a catalyst for updating the school’s identity and reinforcing its mission, with a focus on serving students and community first.

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BYU Idaho Eliza Snow Performing Arts Building

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Additional Higher Ed Projects:

BYU Idaho Eliza Snow Performing Arts Building Expansion

Snow College Activities Center

 

*While with a previous firm, Kevin Blalock, AIA, was the project Team Leader on several Higher Education projects, including those listed above.

 

University of Utah – Various Projects:

Blalock & Partners enjoys an ongoing relationship with the University of Utah. Over the past 12 years, the firm’s professionals have completed over 40 projects on campus in excess of 100,000 square feet.

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Gregory and Swapp Office Building

Sandy, Utah

 

Charcoal toned bricks paired with zinc metal panels adorn the facades of the building’s individually expressed masses, creating a distinct and elegant corporate image for the Gregory & Swapp Office Building.  The four floors of the building offer 75,000 total square feet of leasable space, each floor being divided into north and south wings.  Blalock and Partners has also designed several tenant improvement spaces within the building, which include:


Capita Financial 

Craig Swapp Office

Health Behavioral Innovations 

Kim Brown Media 

Net Worth 

Rockworth Companies 

UBI 

 

For leasing information, visit www.gsoffices.com

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Architectural Design Studio

Salt Lake City, UT

 

Blalock and Partners Architectural Design studio previously resided in one of five commercial/retail suites of an early 20th century building in downtown Salt Lake City. The desire to maintain the character of the narrow and deep proportions of the existing space is achieved through the use of open workstations, combined with a conference room that is defined only by two panelized partitions. The undivided space promotes a collaborative workflow; in essence, a true design studio. The building’s character is further celebrated through the use of suspended pendant light fixtures that expose the texture and age of the brick walls, creating a beautiful contrast between the building’s original shell and the contemporary office furnishings inhabited within.

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Building 345

Salt Lake City, Utah

 

Building 345 is an adaptive re-use conversion of an old diner, Ed’s Place, into commercial/retail space. A two story addition connected to the back of the building will offer 3760 square feet of additional commercial space. The diner’s ceilings were demolished in order to expose unique steel trusses spanning the exterior CMU walls. The existing exterior walls and window frames of the diner will remain, while the addition is skinned with a cement fiberboard panel rainscreen, creating a distinct threshold between existing and new construction.


Building 345 shares its site with another adaptive-reuse project, the Custom Fit Nutrition and Fitness Facility. Both projects are currently under construction; both will be contributors to realizing the goals set forth by recent Granary District Planning efforts, the ultimate goal being to promote interest in re-developing and revitalizing the area.

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Custom Fit Nutrition & Fitness

Salt Lake City, Utah

 

The Custom Fit Nutrition and Fitness Facility is an adaptive re-use conversion of an old steel warehouse structure into a nutrition and physical wellness facility. The overall shape and structure has lent itself well to the proposed new use, and has only been modified where restroom and shower spaces protrude from the existing walls, where openings have been made for a storefront entrance, and where a mezzanine for office space has been added. Two existing roll-up doors on the north façade will be replaced with 12’ wide x 16’ high aircraft style bi-folding doors. The building’s existing corrugated metal skin, now compromised through years of weathering, will be paid homage when replaced with new corrugated metal of different lengths, corrugation spacing, and in galvanized and rusted metal finishes.


Custom Fit shares its site with another adaptive-reuse project, the Building 345 commercial/retail building. Both projects are currently under construction; both will be contributors to realizing the goals set forth by recent Granary District Planning efforts, the ultimate goal being to promote interest in re-developing and revitalizing the area.

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Additional Commercial Projects:

Legacy Village of Taylorsville

Dry Creek Development

Riverton Office Building

Draper Professional Building

South Valley Professional Building

Custom Fit Nutrition

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House 726

Salt Lake City, Utah

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Laird House

Salt Lake City, Utah

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Kelsey Residence

Salt Lake City, Utah

 

The Kelsey Residence project is a proposed renovation for a family of four who are looking to expand their living quarters and create a more fluid connection between the individual spaces within the home. Two strategies were presented that would achieve the project goals. The first strategy consists of a new master bedroom/bathroom design on the main level, combined with removal of the existing low ceilings in order to add volume to the primary living spaces. The second strategy includes a cantilevered second story addition where a new master bedroom and bathroom would be located, combined with a reconfigured stairwell that is designed conceptually as a vertical glass box. Both options propose a rearrangement of the living room and kitchen spaces in order to break free from the compartmentalized configuration of the existing home, and to provide an inviting open space for family gathering and entertaining guests.

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South Weber Residence

Ogden, Utah

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Additional Residential Projects:

18th Avenue

Daybreak Abode

Lanchbury / Hall Residence

2000 East

Halladay Residence

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Gregory & Swapp Law Offices

Salt Lake City, UT

 

The law offices of Gregory & Swapp are located on the fourth floor of the Gregory & Swapp building.  Materials selected for the offices - including mahogany wood paneling, frosted glazing, and black granite tile - promote the professional image of the well renowned Utah law firm.

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Additional Tenant Improvement Projects:

Capita Financial

Gregory & Swapp Office

Health Behavioral Innovations

Kim Brown Media

Net Worth Offices

Rockworth Companies

UBI

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Western Wyoming Community College

Rock Springs, Wyoming


When Blalock and Partners was offered the opportunity to work with Western Wyoming Community College on an update to the Master Plan, they suggested that the update take a unique approach tailored specifically to the needs of WWCC. The College expressed a need to identify specific projects which could be achievable over the next five years. The team then began crafting a plan of evaluating the building as a whole, and working with College staff and administration to identify priorities and address shortcomings, with the ultimate goal of increasing student engagement.


The five-year phased approach outlined resulted in approximately 36,000 GSF of renovated space and 50,000 GSF of new construction. These additions, collocating departments and related uses, and utilizing some existing spaces more efficiently, will contribute significantly to the successful growth of the College.

The plan is intended to be a catalyst for updating the school’s identity and reinforcing its mission, with a focus on serving students and community first.

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Granary District Planning

Salt Lake City, Utah

 

For several months, Blalock and Partners has been actively engaged in the Granary District re-zoning efforts. These efforts, started by the Kentland Initiative, are geared toward revitalizing the Granary District of Salt Lake City, with hopes of “creating walkable, urban, human-centered neighborhoods.” As part of the re-zoning efforts, the Kentland Initiative is currently seeking approval from Salt Lake City to construct a temporary market, dubbed “Granary Row,” proposed for 700 South between 300 West and 400 West.


Interested persons are encouraged to visit granarydistrict.org

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North Ogden City Public Works

Ogden, Utah

 

The scope of work for the North Ogden Public Works Facility Assessment can be categorized into the following individual exercises: Assessing each individual structure on site, projecting future needs, master planning for a new public work complex, programming studies for each structure within the campus, providing construction cost estimates for the campus and corresponding structures, and evaluation of potential future sites. The result was a thorough document outlining the future development of their public works site.

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UVSC Campus Master Plan

Orem, Utah

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Additional Master Planning Projects:

Casper College

Salt Lake County Public Works

Snow College

UVSC Wasatch Campus (now UVU)

Weber State University Quad

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Kimball Art Center

Park City, Utah

 

In the fall of 2011, the Kimball Art Museum launched an international architectural design competition, inviting architects from around the world to submit designs for transforming the museum.  Blalock and Partners teamed with Brooks + Scarpa Architects out of Los Angeles, CA, and the team was amongst the five shortlisted architects for the project.  The concept for the design was inspired by Park City’s seemingly endless blue sky.  The design team’s desire was to perpetually bring the uniqueness of the sky directly into the space of the city, allowing the user to forge a deeper and more meaningful understanding of the fundamental, yet delicate relationships that exist between themselves, the natural world, its vital resources, and our collective cultures.   

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Architect Magazine article: “Local Market: Salt Lake City, Utah”                Grand County Library*: 2007 Library Journal Best Small Library in America

 

*Project led by Blalock & Partners professionals while employed with another firm.

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Blalock and Partners has received numerous awards that acknowledge the firm’s ability to create innovative design solutions and its commitment to sustainability.   Awards have been received from several entities including the Utah AIA Chapter, Engineering News Record Mountain States Construction, Library Journal, and the Utah Masonry Council.