Central Heating Plant of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Centralized heating for lower operating cost and environmental impact

As part of the newly built Conference Center, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints constructed a new central heating plant for the center serving both the conference center and near-by church campus buildings.
One of Anderson’s main services was to conduct a topographic as-built survey of Block 86 in downtown Salt Lake City. The survey and subsequent mapping project included topographic and the location and mapping of surface and sub-surface features and utilities.


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Fire Classifications

Having a fire extinguisher is not enough. You need to have the proper fire extinguisher. This simple poster quickly communicates the proper fire extinguisher for

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