Copper Hills Constructors has moved. Two office buildings that house the 16-firm joint venture that is building the Mountain View Corridor are now located on the corridor.
One of the two buildings Copper Hills Constructors will use was purchased by UDOT during the right-of-way aquisition process, and will be used for approximately a year before being removed to make way for the first phase of the Mountain View Corridor. The other building will be used for the duration of the project.
Being close to where road construction will take place is very helpful and will make communication with stakeholders “go a lot more smoothly,” Says Teri Newell, UDOT Project Manager.
Between now and 2013, 15 miles of the Mountain View Corridor will be built between 5400 South and 16000 South. Eventually, Mountain View Corridor will connect Interstate 80 to Interstate 15. To learn more about Mountain View Corridor construction visit the website.