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Meet the Two Sunrise Engineering Richfield, Utah Offices

In the heart of Utah’s scenic landscapes lie two bustling hubs of engineering and professional consulting excellence: the Richfield North and South offices of Sunrise Engineering. Nestled amidst the rugged beauty of the region, these offices serve as pivotal players in the local community, shaping its infrastructure and leaving an indelible mark on the landscape.

At the South office, the survey team spearheads a diverse range of projects under the adept leadership of senior survey managers Troy, Ryan, and Jacob Savage. Supported by a dedicated cohort including project manager Brandon Jensen and administrative assistant Edvina Fowler, they navigate the intricacies of topographic surveys, boundary delineations, and construction staking with finesse and precision.

Meanwhile, the North office boasts a civil team led by service center manager Trenton Brown, alongside seasoned project engineers Jason Brimhall and Mario Gonzalez. Their expertise extends to municipal civil projects, water and wastewater design, and site development endeavors, bolstered by the talents of design technician Jared Mote and engineering technician Brad Deskins, among others.

While the South office specializes in boundary surveys, the North office showcases its prowess in areas such as fish hatcheries and Plant 3D design. Despite their distinct areas of expertise, both offices collaborate seamlessly on a myriad of projects, showcasing the breadth of their capabilities.

From the Salina Wastewater project to the Loa Fish Hatchery, the synergy between the North and South offices is palpable. Through regular communication via video conferencing, phone calls, and occasional in-person meetings, they tackle challenges head-on, ensuring the success of each endeavor.

Beyond project collaborations, both offices actively engage with the local community, with team members volunteering their time in various capacities, from serving on school boards to coaching youth programs. This spirit of community involvement underscores their commitment to making a meaningful difference beyond the realm of engineering.

Despite the geographical divide, a shared sense of purpose unites the teams. Weekly WIG (Wildly Important Goals) meetings serve as a platform for collaboration and goal-setting, fostering camaraderie and teamwork. Challenges, though inevitable, are met with resilience and creativity, whether through virtual collaboration or strategic in-person gatherings.

As the offices continue to evolve and expand their capabilities, the future holds boundless opportunities for growth. From venturing into Lidar mapping to leveraging Plant 3D technology, innovation remains at the forefront of their endeavors. Yet, amidst these advancements, the core values of mentorship, collaboration, and continuous learning remain steadfast.

In the words of Trenton Brown, “It has been so fun to watch the Sunrise team in Richfield grow over the last eight years. Watching people develop and be successful is very satisfying.” Indeed, the journey of the North and South offices is not merely one of engineering triumphs but also of personal and professional growth.

In conclusion, the tale of the Richfield North and South offices is a testament to the power of collaboration, innovation, and community engagement. As they continue to shape the landscape of Central Utah, their legacy of excellence serves as an inspiration to aspiring engineers and community leaders alike.

“Thanks to everyone, and I appreciate our team and our relationships,” said Trent Brown.