BINGHAM ENGINEERING, INC.

Shaping Visions into Reality

 

COMMERCIAL PROJECTS

 

 

Featured Projects:

 

Newspaper Agency Corporation:

The Newspaper Agency Corporation (NAC) production center sits on a 37-acre parcel of land and is 319,000 square feet, including 70,000 square feet of office space.  NAC prints the Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune, Utah’s two largest daily newspapers.  Bingham Engineering developed the overall site plan which included a grading strategy, pavement design, geotechnical investigation and material testing and inspection throughout construction. The site represents the largest installation in North America of the three state-of-the-art, 4-by-1 Color Top 5000 presses from TKS (USA).  The presses sit on a concrete platform 40 feet wide and 420 feet long. The three-foot-thick steel-reinforced concrete pad is further supported by auger-cast pilings set 18 to 30 feet deep and tied into the pad.  Bingham Engineering was responsible for the geotechnical design and inspection of the auger-cast piling foundation.  A full landscape plan was developed by Bingham Engineering with an integrated automatic irrigation system.

 

Cephalon Greenfield Facility:

The Cephalon Greenfield site is a 20-acre, 164,000 square-foot facility responsible for the manufacturing and distribution of bio-pharmaceuticals throughout the United States and the world.  Bingham Engineering was responsible for the site development, engineering, geotechnical investigations, construction staking, wetland mitigation, landscape and irrigation design, and materials inspections and testing for the project.  Aside from the typical engineering services, Bingham Engineering also represented the client throughout the approval process with Salt Lake City in order to secure special easements and facilitate prompt design implementation.  Of special note is the overall site design, which allows for the incorporation of future building and parking expansions with a minimal preparation or cost to Cephalon.

 

Business Depot Ogden:

Bingham Engineering is the planning and engineering consultant for Business Depot Ogden (BDO), formerly known as the Defense Depot Ogden.  Formerly a federal government installation, this 1,100 acre project has been turned over Ogden City and is being developed into a first-class business and industrial park.  Bingham was an original member of the design team that prepared the re-use and overall master plan for this project.  Services currently include all road, utility, and landscape design.

 

Bingham Engineering’s participation in this project is ongoing, and includes the implementation of the general master plan for expansion of the existing utility and road systems to accommodate future growth and development.  We subsequently have provided construction documents and construction management services to install the infrastructure and landscaping improvements. 

 

This development incorporates state-of-the-art traffic management tools such as traffic roundabouts, major Union Pacific rail crossings, and water conserving street and building landscaping.  Open space corridors and walking paths enhance existing waterways and create links with the neighboring Ogden Nature Center.  Construction is well under way, with four new buildings completed and some 27,100 lineal feet of street improvements (road, utilities, and landscaping) installed. 

 

 

Other Commercial Projects:

 

Hotels:

Airport Hilton

Doubletree / Windham Hotel

Courtyard by Marriott

Residence Inn by Marriott

Microtel Inn & Suites

Fairfield Inn

Super 8 Motel

La Quinta Inn

Hampton Inn

Comfort Inn

Quality Inn

Holiday Inn

Country Inn & Suites

Homestead Village

 

Retail Centers:

Super Target

Wal-Mart

Mervyns

Home Depot

Kicks 66

Michaels Crafts

CompUSA

Staples

Gart Brothers

Old Navy

Barnes & Noble

Dillards

J.C. Penney

Cineplex Odeon

 

Manufacturing/Distribution:

Office Max Distribution Center

Gateway Computer Distribution Center

American Distribution Center

Boyer AMPAD Distribution Center

Majestic Distribution Center, Phases 1 & 2

Weider Building, IDI