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Discover Sunrise Engineering’s Utah County Office

As one of the fastest-growing counties in Utah, Utah County plays a vital role in the state’s economy and development. The Utah County office first opened its doors in the fall of 2018. Since then, it has been in its current location, though the office has expanded its total space from where it was originally. The reason for opening an office in Utah County was to build a footprint in the county and expand its ability to serve clients in the area, especially as Utah County continues to grow quickly and is expected to eventually surpass Salt Lake County in population.

Currently, the Utah County office has 16 employees reporting to it, and it offers a range of services to clients, including civil engineering, transportation, GIS, and survey. Some of the office’s biggest clients include Heber City, Spanish Fork City, and Provo City. The Utah County office works closely with other offices, including the Salt Lake and Fillmore offices, to provide clients with the best possible service and expertise.

While the office is dedicated to providing high-quality services to clients, it also makes sure to have fun along the way. Regular BBQ lunches are held as an office tradition, giving everyone a chance to kick back, relax, and enjoy each other’s company.

Looking towards the future, the plans and goals for the office are to continue expanding its current services to local clients. The staff is excited about the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead and is always looking for ways to better serve the community.

The Utah County office is looking to hire a PE and EIT in civil engineering. If someone is passionate about their work, excited to join a dynamic team, and looking for a new challenge, they would love to hear from them.

Fun fact: Utah County is home to several natural hot springs, including Fifth Water Hot Springs and Diamond Fork Hot Springs, which are popular among locals and visitors alike. These hot springs offer a relaxing and unique way to enjoy Utah County’s beautiful natural scenery while soaking in warm, mineral-rich waters.