Renovation Pumps Millions into SLC’s Historic Warehouse District

by PR or News Wire, 09 February 2012—

Renovation of the Keyser Building at 320 West, 200 South has pumped millions into the downtown Warehouse District with expectations for that number to grow in coming months. Funded by U.S. Translation Company President and Honorary Consul to Peru in Utah David Utrilla, designed by local firm Lloyd Architects and carried out by Evergreene Construction, the Keyser Building is a shining example of modern industrial architecture that helped return the structure to its original roots as a 1920 industrial warehouse. The project also utilized numerous local skilled employees in the technology, information systems, security, and office supply industries. With renovations taking place from June to December 2011, the project employed over 50 area workers not including the 15 employees Utrilla currently has in his office. “We are so excited to be in this new space in the heart of Salt Lake City,” Utrilla said. “We are also pleased that we could help provide jobs – especially in the construction field – for our community in this economic climate.” Previously located in South Ogden, the renovation not only gives U.S. Translation Company a new space, but completes the language firm’s launching of new logo branding, and a redesigned website created by South Jordan firm, Red Olive. Focused on helping companies, government entities and non-profits communicate with a global audience; U.S. Translation has experienced explosive growth over the past three years being named to Inc. Magazine’s list of fastest-growing, privately-held companies over the last two years. Proximity to Energy Solutions Arena and the Salt Palace made the Keyser Building a good fit as the company often provides interpreters and equipment for many of the area’s international conventions and conferences.

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