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EPIC ENGINEERING

Posted - May 29, 2014 at 3:24 p.m.



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This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.

Epic Engineering, with Korey Walker and business partners Dan Olsen, Joe Santos and Clint Dilley at the helm, helps set up infrastructure for municipalities, school districts and other clients around the state. They take a multi-disciplinary approach to planning, design, management and now architecture with a level of experience that sets them apart from the competition.

At Epic Engineering their clients span everything from commercial to residential and industrial. Right now they're moving into the refinery and pipeline business. Korey says they've expanded their firm so services now include architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and structural, geotechnical and environmental remediation/permitting services to be a one-stop for a client's needs.

In the last few years Epic Engineering has experienced tremendous growth. In just two years they've expanded from 58 to almost 90 employees. And service is critical to their business. The team is careful to monitor every step of the process so they can meet and exceed clients' expectations. Because of this high level of service, they've maintained 90 percent of their clients for over 15 years.

Epic Engineering is active in the energy state of North Dakota, and their coverage area in Utah is expanding, where the goal is to get oil and gas products from the Uintah Basin to refineries as efficiently as possible. The Heber City-based business works to provide various products for a dedicated energy clientele. With the U.S. energy expansion happening right now, the timing couldn't be better. Not to mention Utah energy has generated 31,000 plus direct jobs and $5.6 billion in economic value.

Eventually Korey would like to diversify Epic Engineering internationally, but for now his team is keeping busy in their current markets. You can check it out at epiceng.com.

For Zions Bank, I'm Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.

Epic Engineering With four locations in Utah and two offices in North Dakota 435-654-6600 www.epiceng.com

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