222 South Main
This Class-A 22-story, state-of-the-art office tower with seismic engineering, energy conservation, redundant power, and fully-automated building systems is clad in high-transparency, low-reflective exterior glazing. The building is divided into three massing elements that consist of the podium, east facade, and west facade. Each element is differentiated by assorted cladding in curtain wall systems, architectural precast, and stone. The top of the tower includes a glass structure that acts as a lantern, indirect by day and lighted at night.
The project site design includes a pocket park/pedestrian corridor which connects to the mid-block alley, the American Towers Plaza and the proposed parking structure. Granite sets, granite pavers and concrete paving were combined to create a pleasant paving pattern in the ground plane.
The tower's double-height entry lobby, nine foot ceilings and continuous window lines are highlighted by high-end interior materials. The building's design and adjoining retail space add to the historic and revitalized Main Street corridor of downtown Salt Lake City. This project has achieved LEED Gold rating. In association with SOM.
- 2010, Mountain States Construction Best Of, "Outstanding Office Project, Gold"