VVBS Completes Davis County Admin and Library

We are super excited to announce that Valley View has recently completed the new Davis County Administration Building and attached Library. These two buildings along with the newly completed Children’s Justice Center (also completed by Valley View) bring to completion a much needed facelift to the old facilities and brings Davis County into the new century. It was great honor to work with the fine team at Wadman Construction. They were organized, professional and together we turned over a wonderful project to the demanding and appreciative owners and tax payers.

Click here for a bit more about the project: http://www.standard.net/stories/2012/06/15/davis-county-administration-building-closer-completion

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VVBS Completes Historic Project at Intel

It’s with a large dose of humility that Valley View announces it has completed the clean up of the largest deconstruction project in Intel’s history. Valley View and its crews assisted in the cleanup and clean out of the outdated manufacturing facility at the Santa Clara California corporate offices. This project was difficult and the planning and execution took a few unexpected turns, but in the end, this 500,000 square foot monster was turned over to the owner in tip top shape and to Intel’s exacting demands.

It was a huge privilege to work with such a talented and dedicated team at Layton Construction. Intel could not have asked for a better team leading this difficult project.

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VVBS Helps at Adobe

After our initial loss of the Adobe campus in Utah, I have to admit we were pretty bummed. We strive hard to meet budgets but this one was not to be. We hoped the project would go well. Well we are excited to announce that Valley View has been asked to come in and help complete the cleaning at this unique campus. We are honored to be called back in to help finish out this wonderful project. Stay tuned for some news stories about Adobe’s new campus opening later this week!

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Holland Centennial Commons at Dixie St College

Valley View is excited to announce that we have been chosen to perform the final cleaning and window cleaning at the newest building at Dixie State College in St George Utah. It is the Holland Centennial Commons building. A beautiful 5 story building will be used as a meeting area, library, offices and so on. This 165,000 square foot building can be seen through out the valley and will be a major landmark on campus for decades to come. We are proud to be partners with Jacobsen Construction on this great project.

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VVBS Wins Provo Rec Center

Valley View Building Services has been chosen to preform the final cleaning and window cleaning at the new Provo Recreation Center! This landmark project is part of the booming downtown Provo area and will be a great addition to the already vibrant area. Layton Construction is the general contractor on this project and we are excited to work again with some great friends down there.

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West Park Hospital Expansion

Valley View has been chosen to preform the final cleaning and window cleaning at the new West Park Hospital Expansion in Cody Wyoming. We want to thank our friends and partners at Layton Construction for this great opportunity.

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VVBS Wins Cleaning of New Temple

Valley View is proud to announce that we have been chosen as the final cleaning contractor for the new Brigham City Temple for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. We are humbled by this wonderful opportunity and understand the responsibility that goes along with being able to work on this sacred buildings. Thanks to our friends at Big-D Construction and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

To learn more about Temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints, please click this link: http://www.ldschurchtemples.com/

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Utah Valley Convention Center

What a great day today! Valley View has been awarded the final cleaning and window cleaning at new Utah Valley Convention Center in Provo, UT. This landmark project for Utah County, built by Okland Construction, will attract hundreds of thousands of new people to the downtown Provo area.

We are so excited for the opportunity we will have to work on this wonderful project. Thank you to all our wonderful friends at Okland Construction for this opportunity.

Check out some photos on Utah Valley’s photo page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/utahvalley/

Building Facts:

  • Eco-Friendly LEED Silver Certified Building with green design, construction, operation and maintenance.
  • 83,578 square feet of combined meeting, pre-function and garden space
  • 19,620 square foot Exhibit Hall
  • 16,894 square foot Ballroom
  • 10,226 square feet of break out meeting space
  • 5,553 square foot open roof top garden space
  • Full service kitchen
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City Creek About To Open

We are so pleased that we were able to work on this one of a kind project with our friends at Okland, Jacobsen and Big-D. It has been a great couple of years and we are excited that the public will finally be able to see the “awesomeness” of this project.

Check out this great article here from the Wall Street Journal. A truly unique project and one that we will remember for ever. Link to WSJ Article

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Macy’s at City Creek Center

We are so happy to see that Macy’s at City Creek Center is about to open and that it is a major anchor at City Creek. We had the wonderful opportunity to clean this great store for Jacobsen Construction and we consider it a great privilege to have done so. They are a great group over there and we hope to continue on with our long partnership we have had with them over the years.

You can read more about the store and view more photos by clicking here: http://www.ksl.com/?nid=960&sid=19498717&s_cid=rss-960

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