News: May 2021

An Informal Crane Count

Correy Selden of Layton ICS posed us a question. How many active construction cranes are on the horizon in Salt Lake County right now? EDCUtah’s Alan Rindlisbacher gave him an incomplete, non-scientific answer...

Project Manila: Armscor Opts for Iron County

Armscor Precision International will open an office in Iron County, Utah, adding up to 88 new high-paying jobs in the next six years.

Project Rocket: Hexcel Lifts Off in West Valley City

Hexcel Corporation will build a flagship Center of Excellence for Research & Technology (R&T) to support next-generation developments in advanced composites technologies in Utah, adding up to 150 new high-paying jobs in the next 12 years. Read more

Ze Min Xiao to Lead EDCUtah’s Center for Economic Opportunity and Belonging

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiative Part of Newly Formed EDCUtah Foundation

Utah Excels Over the Long Haul

EDCUtah Research looks at historical metrics to get a sense of how Utah has performed in recent decades.

The Return of Site Visits: Five Questions for Mike Flynn

In nearly two decades in economic development, EDCUtah chief operating officer Mike Flynn had seen nothing like the recent pandemic-driven hiatus in site visits. But times are changing.

EDCUtah Staff Changes

The Economic Development Corporation of Utah (EDCUtah) is excited to announce the following staffing changes.  
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