Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts and Education Complex

About This Project:

Beverly Tanner Sorenson Project Site Sorenson Arts and Education Building Rendering

As the new home of the College of Education and the Tanner Dance Program, the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts and Education Complex is the nation's premier academic hub of multidisciplinary collaboration for education, the arts, and science. The 115,000 sq ft building completed in February of 2014.

The facility was made possible by a lead donation of $12 million from the Sorenson Legacy Foundation as well as many other generous donors. The interdisciplinary arts and education complex is named for Beverley Taylor Sorenson, a life-long advocate for arts education.

Design Features:

  • Open office space
  • Project rooms
  • Offices
  • State-of-the-art classrooms
  • Multi-purpose facility
  • Dance studios
  • Art studios
  • Costume shop

ARCHITECTS: EDA Architects

CONTRACTOR: Okland Construction

LOCATION: 1720 Campus Center Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84112

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 115,000

START DATE: March 2009

COMPLETION DATE: February 2014

Construction Impacts

Contact Info

Liz Blackner

Mark Grabl

Shannon Failner

  • Administrative Assistant
  • office: 801-581-3135
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John McNary

  • Director, Campus Planning
  • office: 801-581-6573
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Cory Higgins

  • Executive Director
  • Facility and Construction Operations
  • office: 801-581-5082
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