Central Utah Water to set up home near Provo Canyon
The Central Utah Water Conservancy District has purchased the former Xactware buildings in Orem near the mouth of Provo Canyon.
According to information from Colliers International, representatives of Central Utah Water purchased the former Xactware campus. The two buildings total a little more than 92,000 square feet of Class A office space.
According the Central Utah Water Conservancy District website, Central Utah Water delivers clean, useable water to customers by managing lakes and reservoirs within the district’s network of water facilities. The organization manages three water treatment facilities in Utah Valley, Ashley Valley and Duchesne County.
“Central Utah Water plays a critical role in strengthening the overall stability of our community,” said Brandon Fugal, chairman of Colliers International Utah, in a press release. “This new facility creates the perfect environment for Central Utah Water to preserve and deliver our most indispensable resource (water) for generations to come.”
No information is available at this time concerning how much of the buildings Central Utah Water will occupy.