In FOCUS: Bryan Wilson, Land Planning & Landscape Architecture

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As a Junior Project Manager and Landscape Designer, Bryan Wilson leads projects through all stages of design—from conception and schematic design through permitting and construction—with clients’ overall project vision and budget at the forefront. He actively collaborates with architects, internal engineers, and subconsultants while ensuring quality assurance and quality control for plans and documents on […]

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Traffic Impact Studies: Improving Utah Growth

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Engineering Safe and Efficient Traffic Flow for Utah Communities When a new development or an expansion to existing real estate is proposed, it is generally assumed that the project will generate additional vehicle trips using public roads. Traffic impact studies (TIS) are becoming more important in determining the extent of these impacts. A credible and […]

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Congratulations Justin Lundberg | Survey Department Manager

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Land Survey: The Critical First Step of a Successful Project FOCUS is pleased to announce Justin Lundberg’s promotion to Survey Department Manager. By always aligning their work with company principles and providing excellent customer service based on the passion to serve clients, Justin’s team successfully delivers quality services, project after project. “We are the first […]

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In FOCUS: MJ Tineo, Construction Staking

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Construction Staking Field Manager MJ Tineo remembers having an interest in the engineering and construction field at a very young age. In pursuit of his Bachelor of Science in Geology degree, which he obtained several years ago, he was in classes that allowed him to perform field mapping in several areas of Utah. It was […]

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Joel Whitmer Earns P.E. License

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Drive and determination have paid off for Joel Whitmer, who has earned his Professional Engineering license. Studying for and passing the requisite exams requires self-motivation, and Joel finds a certain satisfaction in being able to rely on himself. “Engineering is about finding answers, which mostly involves your peers,” he reflects. “But at the end of […]

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New ALTA Land Survey Requirements

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Updated standards help Utah surveyors provide accurate project insights Whether an existing building or new commercial site, FOCUS surveyors know an accurate survey is critical to project success. We utilize state-of-the-art equipment to provide precise information for clients who may be acquiring, selling, or lending in a commercial real estate transaction. Our experience also extends […]

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Partner Profile: Jackson & Leroy

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Jackson & Leroy is a residential general contractor who builds, renovates, and provides estate management services for custom homes. But Jackson & Leroy is not your typical residential contractor; they “orchestrate the movement of every design detail, craftsperson, and material” for a clientele accustomed to exceptional service. Their projects can be found in influential design […]

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Design Matters: The Impacts and Challenges of Utah’s Housing Boom

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Civil Engineering for Today’s Residential Development Nationwide, home sales have skyrocketed, particularly because of the pandemic. As more people seek less urban living environments—away from masses of people (particularly those relocating from California to Utah)—our beautiful state has certainly experienced the ripple effects of the housing boom. Throughout the state, developments are changing to meet […]

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In FOCUS: Scott Dawes, CAD Services

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CAD Manager Scott Dawes spent the early days of his adulthood exploring a variety of work types to find the one he knew he would enjoy long-term—in a sense, creating his niche. “I stumbled through many different types of jobs that could have turned into amazing careers, but I was not enjoying the work as […]

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