Utah Capitol architect resigning

Utah Capitol architect resigning

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- The executive director and architect of the Capitol Preservation Board is resigning.

David Hart, who oversaw the $250 million renovation of the Utah Capitol, announced his resignation Tuesday.

Hart's last day will be Dec. 31.

He is leaving his job to join MOCA Systems, a Boston-based project management company, as a vice president and regional manager.

The company is opening a Salt Lake office and is expected to help build the federal government's nearly $2 billion spy center planned for Camp Williams.

Capitol Preservation Board spokeswoman Allyson Gamble will serve as interim director.d

Information from: Deseret News

(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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