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Fun Facts About Our Communities

As we continue to expand and open new offices across the western United States, we thought it would be fun to highlight some interesting facts about the cities where we currently have offices. From unique landmarks to quirky traditions, these cities have a lot to offer beyond just being home to our dedicated employees. Here are some fun facts about each of our office locations:

Afton, WY: Afton is located in the Star Valley and is known for its stunning natural beauty. It’s also home to the world’s largest elk antler arch, which spans four lanes of traffic.

Cheyenne, WY: Cheyenne is the capital of Wyoming and is known for its rich Western heritage. It’s also home to the world’s largest outdoor rodeo, the Cheyenne Frontier Days.

Laramie, WY: Laramie is located in the Medicine Bow Mountains and is home to the University of Wyoming. It’s also known for its historic downtown district and outdoor recreation opportunities, including skiing and snowmobiling.

Kingman, AZ: Kingman is located along historic Route 66 and is known for its colorful murals and street art. It’s also home to the Kingman Air and Space Museum, which features displays of aircraft and space artifacts.

Phoenix, AZ: Phoenix is the fifth-largest city in the United States and is known for its warm weather and desert landscapes. It’s also home to several professional sports teams, including the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Phoenix Suns.

Prescott, AZ: Prescott is known as “Everybody’s Hometown” and is famous for its picturesque courthouse square and Whiskey Row, a street lined with historic saloons and shops.

Ft. Collins, CO: Ft. Collins is located at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and is known for its craft breweries and bike-friendly culture. It’s also home to Colorado State University.

Steamboat Springs, CO: Steamboat Springs is a popular ski resort town located in the Yampa Valley. It’s known for its natural hot springs and Champagne Powder snow.

Las Vegas, NV: Las Vegas is known as the entertainment capital of the world, with its famous casinos, shows, and nightlife. It’s also home to several stunning natural attractions, including Red Rock Canyon and the Hoover Dam.

Cedar City, UT: Cedar City is known as the “Festival City” and hosts several annual events, including the Utah Shakespeare Festival and the Neil Simon Festival.

Fillmore, UT: Fillmore is located in Millard County and was Utah’s first territorial capital. It is known for its historic terraced hot springs and pioneer-era architecture. It is also where Sunrise’s corporate office is located.

North Logan, UT: North Logan is located in Cache Valley and is home to Utah State University’s main campus. It’s also known for its stunning mountain views and outdoor recreation opportunities.

Ogden, UT: Ogden is located at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains and is known for its historic 25th Street, which is lined with shops, restaurants, and galleries. It’s also home to Weber State University.

Providence, UT: Providence is a small city located just north of Logan and is known for its beautiful mountain views and small-town charm. It’s home to several parks and hiking trails, including the popular Providence Canyon Trail.

Richfield, UT: Richfield is located near Fish Lake National Forest, which is known for its beautiful alpine lakes and abundant wildlife.

Roosevelt, UT: Roosevelt is located in the Uintah Basin and is known for its outdoor recreation opportunities, including fishing, hunting, and ATV riding.

Salt Lake City, UT: Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah and is home to several world-class ski resorts, including Park City and Alta. It’s also known for its vibrant arts and culture scene.

South Ogden, UT: South Ogden is a small city located just north of Salt Lake City. It’s known for its beautiful parks and outdoor recreation opportunities.

St. George, UT: St. George is located in Utah’s Dixie region, which is known for its mild winters and abundant sunshine. It’s also home to several stunning national parks, including Zion and Bryce Canyon.

Springville, UT: Springville is known as the “Art City” and hosts the annual Art City Days celebration, which includes a parade, carnival, and arts and crafts fair.

Vernal, UT: Vernal is the gateway to the Dinosaur National Monument, which features some of the best-preserved dinosaur fossils in the world. It’s also home to a unique local tradition called “greasing the pig,” which involves slathering a greased pig with vegetable shortening and then trying to catch it.

West Valley City, UT: West Valley City is the second-largest city in Utah and is known for its diverse population and cultural events. It’s also home to the Maverik Center, a multi-purpose arena that hosts concerts and sporting events.

We hope you enjoyed learning more about the cities where we have Sunrise and Utah Testing offices. Whether you’re a lifelong resident or just passing through, each of these locations has its own unique charm and personality. We’re proud to be a part of these vibrant communities and look forward to continuing to serve them with our engineering expertise.