Groundbreaking In Tremonton, Utah.

It has been over a year and a half in the making, but construction has now officially started on the Bear River Valley Care Center - Physical Therapy Addition in Tremonton, Utah.  The groundbreaking ceremony was held on site with dignitaries including the mayor of Tremonton, several city council people, the local representative to the state legislature, and Box Elder County government officials.  

Turning shovels of dirt, from left to right: Brandon Sturdevant, Administrator of Bear River Valley Care Center, Gary Kelso, President and CEO of Mission Health Services, Mayor Roger Fridal, the director of nursing for Bear River Valley Care Center, and Cole Knighton, Project Manager for Spindler Construction

Turning shovels of dirt, from left to right: Brandon Sturdevant, Administrator of Bear River Valley Care Center, Gary Kelso, President and CEO of Mission Health Services, Mayor Roger Fridal, the director of nursing for Bear River Valley Care Center, and Cole Knighton, Project Manager for Spindler Construction

The addition is a much needed space for a nursing home that provides much needed services to the community.  The new physical therapy gym will allow the facility to provide rehabilitation services to those Tremonton citizens who now have to stay in a care facility in Ogden while being rehabilitated after orthopedic surgery.

DEIV Architecture's President, David Clayton, AIA, standing in front of the rendering of how the facility will look upon completion.  

DEIV Architecture's President, David Clayton, AIA, standing in front of the rendering of how the facility will look upon completion.  

The ceremony was short and enjoyable.  At the completion, the biggest fans of DEIV Architecture joined in the action and turned shovel fulls of dirt along with firm President, David Clayton, AIA.

The Clayton children join in the action to turn shovels to start the construction. From left to right: Sarah, Ana, Lexie, David, Zachary, and Tommy.

The Clayton children join in the action to turn shovels to start the construction. From left to right: Sarah, Ana, Lexie, David, Zachary, and Tommy.

Ioana and David Clayton take a selfie after the ceremony.

Ioana and David Clayton take a selfie after the ceremony.