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Cache County Road Shed Relocation

Zan Murray recently spoke at the ribbon-cutting for the new Cache County Road Shed Relocation project. J-U-B has been involved throughout the entirety of the project lifecycle. We are excited to for Cache County to begin using this beautiful new facility.

Project Description

The Cache County Road Department and Vegetation Management departments were operating in an outdated and too-small facility in Logan, UT. Land was purchased in Hyrum, Utah (next to the Cache County Gravel Pit) for a new campus of buildings to house both departments (the fire department joined later in the process as well). A small satellite site was also constructed in Richmond, UT to facilitate the needs of the county there.

J-U-B was hired in late 2018, with Zan Murray and Paul Willardson as joint project managers, to facilitate the relocation of the Cache County Road and Vegetation Management facilities from Logan, UT to Hyrum, UT. We assisted in the due diligence of the purchasing of the property where the site would be located and securing the needed utilities. J-U-B also lead the charge in selecting an Architectural/Engineering team to design the project and a CMGC contractor to assist in the design and to be the General Contractor. Throughout design and construction, J-U-B acted as the Owners representative to assure that the original project goals were being met and the job was staying within budget.