November 30th, 2010


Uncategorized, by Catherine Higgins.

UDOT’s Tie Fork Rest Area is the People’s Choice in the American Institute of Architects annual recognition of beautiful buildings.

Tie Fork

With over 400 votes, Tie Fork won in an online competition hosted by the Salt Lake Tribune that let readers vote for their favorite building.

Thanks all who voted for Tie Fork!

For more information about the building, see two previous blog posts, one about online voting and one about the community effort behind the project.

KSL coverd the story about the award too:

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  1. Any up close pictures available?

  2. The Tie Fork design looks pretty cool, seems to be in a good location and very spacious.

    generator reviews at February 21, 2011 11:54 am
  3. Tie Fork has a cool design, seems to be in a good location, and is spacious.

  4. Tie fork really deserves the award. This is really an eye catcher. Looking forward to visit this place again

    stop snoring mouth guard at February 22, 2011 1:53 pm
  5. Where is the location of this wonderful FORK? Such a lovely place.

  6. Spanish Fork Canyon, Utah.

    Catherine Higgins at April 14, 2011 1:39 pm
  7. Location of the TIE FORK is very convenient and easy to locate to the visitors like me..

  8. You should promote more for tie fork.It is amazing place.

  9. Surely does look like a winner.

  10. Tie fork place is really convenient and you can easily find it.

  11. yes that is true that Tie fork place is so convenient to anybody…

  12. Took a nap there last year early in the morning…took a good look around after I woke up. Surprised they could get it built considering budget constraints.

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