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2016-12-01-Utah Construction and Design Magazine

“The design of the core required we have a mass footing with a heel and toe. We drove in 373 individual 105 ft.-long H-piles and poured 2,600 cubic yards of concrete to get a seismically stable footing in the alluvial sand we have on the site,” said Petzinger.