This is Fred Ball for Zions Bank, speaking on business.
Energy and power fuel this nation's economy. But a fine company in Davis County, called PowerQuip, feels that clean and cost effective energy is the backbone of our economy. PowerQuip represents some of the nation's leading manufacturers that provide equipment and service to major power generation and process customers.
Co-founders David Dallof and Ken Hall explain that PowerQuip employees consider themselves to be true environmentalists who choose to work from within the system to improve existing power generation and effect positive change. Over the years, the company has shown its ability to market innovative products that consistently improve generating practices while reducing emissions.
PowerQuip's success is due to high-level service and the efforts of a staff that works closely with customers to gain a thorough understanding of specific needs. They support and improve existing systems, while also proposing new techniques to help customers improve efficiency, reduce pollutants and receive a substantial return on investment.
Ken says PowerQuip represents industry leaders. Its lineup of companies represented includes Babcock and Wilcox, Vogt Power, United Conveyer Corporation, Applied Synergistic, Diamond Power, and other highly respected and honored companies.
I really enjoyed the ambiance of PowerQuip's facilities. Two buildings were purchased in Layton, originally occupied by Mountain Fuel. The idea of recycling an aging garage into a state-of-the-art office facility required vision and creativity. Kin Ng, a well-known adaptive restoration specialist, was enlisted to design the east building. I can attest that the building is vibrant and unique, due to his artful approach to design.
PowerQuip not only influences the environment in a positive way through its work, but also improves Davis County's environment with its new facilities.
For Zions Bank, I'm Fred Ball. I'm speaking on business.