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Ken Garff Building

Identification

Ken Garff Building
First Security Bank Building, Wells Fargo Building
187542

Map

Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
rigid frame
steel
pile foundation
steel
curtain wall
white light gray dark red
early modernism

Usages

commercial office

Facts

  • The building is supported on 236 cast-in-place concrete piles extending 72 feet below the boiler room floor.
  • This building utilized metal facade panels with machine-applied vermiculite concrete on the back side, necessary as a weight-saving measure due a lack of bedrock under the foundation.
  • The building reopened in late 2004 after a multi-million dollar renovation which preserved this most important International-Style building in Salt Lake City.
  • The design architect was W.A. Sarmiento of the Bank Building & Equipment Corporation of America.

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Location

401-405 South Main Street
84111
Central City
Salt Lake City
Utah
U.S.A.

Technical Data

58.22 m
47.55 m
3.81 m
25.91 m
38.10 m
12
2
1967
4
570
$3,000,000

Involved Companies


Slack W. Winburn
facade supplier, general contractor, owner, property management
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