Located at the University of Utah’s Research Park, the Myriad Genetics campus has undertaken a transformation to modernize their employee workplace experience. After an extensive Strategic Growth Analysis conducted by MHTN, a new office building and parking structure has been designed to allow for future growth and expansion. Building VI is a 5-story 135,000 SF office building with 800-stall adjacent parking structure. On-site amenities include a plaza and courtyard, outdoor seating, and new front entry to the campus. With a welcoming lobby, cafe/deli, gym and locker facility, bicycle storage, and multi-purpose training rooms, the new office building provides all necessities desired in a modern high-tech campus environment.

SERVICES: Strategic Growth Analysis, Program, Master Plan, Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture

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Design Challenge
CAMPUS CONTEXT AND BUILDING SITE
The new building incorporates two architectural styles while identifying with the Myriad Genetics campus. The building sits on a fairly steep site that required 30’ shoring walls and a significant grading package. The pedestrian experience is enhanced by providing a welcoming indoor/outdoor experience.

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BY THE NUMBERS
Salt Lake City, UT  |  135,000 sf  |  2021

Earth Centered
The mechanical system of the new office building was placed on grade and the parking structure roof will be covered in photo-voltaic panels, creating an array that will help power a portion of the new building’s needs.