Project Ogden Temple Parking Structure
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Project Details

Project Size

245,000 sq ft | 454 stalls

Project Dates

9 months concrete placement; overall schedule was 14 months

Project Location

350 E 22nd Street, Ogden, UT

The above-ground parking structure was replaced with surface and underground parking consisting of two levels and accommodating 454 parking stalls.

  • SELF PERFORMED PARKING STRUCTURE CONCRETE

Project Description

Originally dedicated in 1972 as the 14th operating temple for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the fifth in Utah, the Ogden Utah Temple recently received a complete overhaul, including the parking structure.

The above-ground parking structure was replaced with surface and underground parking consisting of two levels and accommodating 454 parking stalls.

The parking structure, which was designed as a conventional reinforced concrete cast-in-place, is located on the north and west side of the Tabernacle. To accommodate pedestrian traffic to and from the lower level, three sets of stairs were put in place for convenience – one at each end, and one in the middle of the L-shaped structure. Elevator access is also available at the south stair tower. Vehicular traffic access to the lower level is managed by a 2-way traffic ramp, which includes a snow melt system in place for winter conditions.

One of the unique features of this parking lot resides in the lower level parking. The team incorporated an open-air design with light wells, utilizing plant materials and trees to provide a natural environment; rather than the dark, mechanically controlled environment of many traditional lower-level parking structures.