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ENTELEN

CONTACT INFO

8707 Sandy Parkway, Sandy, UT 84070

Telephone:   801.542.8090

Fax:              801.559.0111 / 801.542.8093

E-mail:          agent@entelen.com

Utah Contractors License #4548882-5501

Nevada Contractor's License #0076913

Design-Build, LLC

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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT US

UTAH ARCHITECT'S LICENSE          122235-0301

UTAH CONTRACTOR'S LICENSE     4548882-5501                   NEVADA CONTRACTOR'S LICENSE    0076913

ENTELEN founder Steven R. Burt, AIA (pictured here with Utah Governor Gary Herbert) is both a licensed architect and a general contractor. In early 2000 he formed ENTELEN Design-Build, LLC as an integrated architectural design and general contracting company based on the idea that design and construction are simply two phases of the same larger process. ENTELEN, pronounced en-tel'-uhn, comes from an Greek root word entelos, meaning harmonius and complete.

OUR CORE DESIGN TEAM

 

STEVEN R. BURT, AIA

 

 

 

DOUGLAS HOLLADAY, RA

President

Licensed architect in Utah since 1983

American Institute of Architects

Licensed General Contractor

Cleanroom expertise

 

 

Project Architect

Licensed in Utah, Hawaii

American Institute of Architects

WHAT ENTELEN OFFERS

Focus on Client Needs & Expectations

We promise to listen to your needs, understand your requirements and provide solutions you'll appreciate. Check out our Testamonials page for comments on how we've done this for others!

Attention to Project Details

Whether the need is for historically correct renovation work or technically superior cleanroom solutions!

Experience and Expertise

Cleanroom Design and Construction

Tenant Improvement

General Building Construction

Renovation & Remodeling

Architectural Design Services

REMODELING AND RENOVATION EXPERIENCE

ENTELEN does a significant amount of remodel, renovation and adaptive re-use projects. Our people understand your needs, including working in and around facilities that must remain in operation whether they be cleanrooms, museums, car dealerships, office buildings or manufacturing facilities. Working with existing buildings can be a rewarding experience, but also requires an experienced-based sensitivity to the building code, the building management and the ability to make good decisions on the fly.

Click the pie chart at the right to view some of our recent renovation project completed for others...

 

DAVID PROCTER, AIA

Architect

Licensed in Utah

American Institute of Architects

 

 

 
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