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Water Conservancy District Breaks Ground on Maintenace & Office Building2 min read

From Jessica Staheli, Central Iron County Water Conservancy District

The Central Iron County Water Conservancy District broke ground on a new maintenance and office building on April 29 at 710 S Westview Drive in Cedar City.
The ceremony started with a welcome from District Board Chairman David Harris and remarks from Paul Monroe, District General Manager.
“Water, the essence of life, flows through every aspect of our existence. It sustains us, nourishes our crops, and powers our communities,” said Monroe. “Our new building will serve as a hub for innovation, collaboration, and education.”
Monroe’s remarks included a brief history of the District which was established in 1997 by vote of Cedar Valley residents. He recognized the committee members who worked for nearly a decade to formulate the District. Monroe also acknowledged the current and past Board of Directors for their service to our community.
“Service on this board is a true commitment and dedication to future generations”, said Monroe. Members of the board serve unpaid and devote time and expertise to the betterment of our community. “Many of the efforts and seeds we are planting today will be harvested by our kids and grandkids and we may not see the full fruit of our labors.”
Current Board Members, including David Harris, Spencer Jones, Tyler Melling, Terri Hartley, and Paul Nelson were then joined by Monroe and District Office Manager Mandi Williams, Iron County Commissioners Marilyn Wood and Paul Cozzens, Curtis Nielson of Ensign Engineering, and Dennis Gray and Tim Tasker of Precision Development for the ceremonial groundbreaking.
Precision Development will be the general contractor for the new building. The project team will consist of Ensign Engineering, Lee Design Group, CO Building Inc, Sunroc Corporation, Gem Engineering, KW Concrete, Tytan Security, Sunpro, Sierra Vista, Horsley Brothers Construction, M&M Mechanical, Imlay Plumbing, Marshall Evans Electric, Tapetex Drywall, Symmetrical Enterprises, Elite Door & Window, John Dockstader Construction, and Rollins & Company.
“As we break ground today, let us also break barriers and forge new paths towards a future where water is protected, and provided for all,” said Monroe. “Thank you for your support, as we continue this journey of getting to know our H2O.”
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