To protect one of Davis County’s oldest and most treasured structures, we carefully jacked up the building in certain areas and slid footings underneath it to reinforce the structure.
The team carefully demolished the 1950s and 70s additions, restored the interior to its 1932 appearance, and protected the World War I memorial stained-glass window.
I felt like Hogan had a vested interest in this and wanted a quality project for the community and us. At the end of this, this wasn't just another job for them. [They] had a lot of pride in it.