Gillett was previously the homebuilding manager for Hamlet Homes. In his new position, he will oversee all construction activities, including purchasing, architectural, and warranty operations at the company's Bear Hollow Village community in Park City.
Pendleton will be responsible for all homebuilding activities in Hamlet's communities along the Wasatch Front and will coordinate the efforts of company personnel and trade contractors during the construction process. He was previously a homebuilding supervisor in Hamlet's Devon Glen community in Springville.
Hamlet Homes crafts quality, value-priced homes for homebuyers in northern Utah. Since the company's founding in 1995, Hamlet Homes has become Utah's fourth largest homebuilder, constructing more than 2,000 homes.
Owen earns LEED certification
BOUNTIFUL -- Jeffrey R. Owen, President of Owen & Associates, recently achieved both the LEED Certification from the US Green Building Council and the "LC" (Lighting Certified) accreditation from the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions.
Owen & Associates is a Salt Lake City-based firm with a vast project history in Davis County, including projects such as: Bountiful/Woods Cross Regional Center, Willey Ford, Red Robin (Layton), Layton City Fire Station Headquarters, Carpet Max (Layton), Rubio's Addition & Remodel (Layton), Harris Pointe Shopping Center, Centerville Library (new project), Mountain West Apothecary Center, Eagle Gate College Tenant Improvement, MED+CON MRI Facility (Renaissance Towne Center, new project), Cafe Rio (Layton, new project), Goldenwest Credit Union (Layton, new project), the Farmington Community Center, and several remodel projects for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The "Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design" or LEED 2.0 Certification requires voluntary testing and is an integral element of the US Green Building Council's national standardization for developing high performance buildings. (The USGBC is a coalition of leaders within the national building industry, working to promote environmentally responsible, healthy, and profitable places to live and work.)
The NCQLP's "Lighting Certified" designation demonstrates Owen's knowledge of successful lighting principles and techniques -- as well as his commitment to professional practice and a broad-base knowledge of the increasingly specialized lighting industry.