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Significant Opportunities for Architects, Engineering, and Construction Coming to Utah. Be Ready.

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"Utah will see significant changes in its population and economy over the next 50 years. Data trends show Utah will approach six million residents by 2065. Utah County alone will have 1.6 million people in 50 years, just trailing Salt Lake County that will have 1.7 million.

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What does all that growth mean to architects, engineering, and construction companies?

Anderson Engineering has 30-years of experiencing working in West Salt Lake County. So we took all that experience, combined it with research, and analysis to develop our Go West Report: Emerging Trends and Opportunities for Salt Lake and North Utah County.

This free report takes you through 12 critical resources providing in-depth research and recommendations to better position you for both short and long-term growth.

Plus, we dive into the GIS analysis of natural resource requirements, housing trends, and look at potential locations for massive master-planned developments.

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Starting today and for the next 12-weeks, we'll be sending you a new section with emerging trends, analysis, and recommendations.

Be ready for growth trends and population changes.

  • Utah’s population is projected to increase from approximately 3 million in 2015 to 5.8 million in 2065.
  • Salt Lake County is projected to add nearly 600,000 new residents by 2065 and capture 21 percent of the total state population growth.
  • The fastest-growing industries between 2015 and 2065 are projected to be construction, professional and scientific services, health care, education, and arts, entertainment, and recreation.

That much growth provides significant opportunities for architect, engineering, and construction companies positioned to take advantage. So to understand the opportunity, we relied on our 30-years of experience in South Salt Lake County to develop our Go West: Emerging Trends and Opportunities for for Utah.

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