AN OPPORTUNITY COMMUNITY
The University of Utah Research Park is located on the campus of the University of Utah. Established in 1968, Research Park was intended to stimulate economic development within the State of Utah and encourage graduates from the University of Utah to stay in Salt Lake City by providing convenient access to research jobs. The university has helped to produce multiple businesses from the work of University students and researchers. Research Park currently has 48 companies along with 81 university departments with a workforce of more than 14,000.
Our Vision for the Future
The 50-year Vision Plan lays out a conceptual framework for future transformation of the Research Park in three major categories: Ecological Framework, Connective Network, and Innovation Ecosystem. This conceptual framework includes actions designed to yield the highest quality sustainable urban development that delivers a unique identity, fosters creativity, encourages cross-pollination among innovators, and creates a strong sense of place.
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AURP 2021 International Conference
Update: Due to the current COVID 19 pandemic, the University of Utah will host the AURP International Conference in 2021. The Association of University Research Parks (AURP), a global nonprofit membership organization serving the university and institutional research parks community, has announced the University of Utah Research Park will host the AURP 2021 International Conference […]Read More
University of Utah Mobility Hub Survey
Want a better way to travel? University of Utah Campus Planning needs your help in designing and exploring placement of mobility hub(s) in our study area, which includes the Health Sciences, Research Park, the VA Medical Center, and Main campus! These facilities help to get people where they need to go and make it easier […]Read More
REA recently purchased two e – bikes through U Bike Electric program.
The University of Utah and Utah Clean Energy are proud to announce the launch of U Bike Electric, an electric bicycle purchase program intended to help more people improve air quality by cutting personal transportation emissions. The program offers U community members the opportunity to purchase a variety of makes and models of e-bikes at […]Read More
RESEARCH PARK TRANSPORTATION WORKING GROUP
The Research Park Transportation Working Group is a public-private committee addressing transportation-related issues affecting the Research Park community. The group is made up of representatives of Research Park companies and organizations, the University of Utah, and other stakeholders such as the Utah Department of Transportation and Salt Lake City. The group emerged in 2018 from […]Read More
ESPN SHINES SOME LIGHT
Larger than life ESPN analyst and NBA-hall-of-famer Bill Walton visited the U campus on Jan. 4 to highlight the U’s sustainability initiatives. Taking the time to visit with members from the Sustainability Office, Walton learned what sets the U apart from its athletic and academic peers. Walton toured the U’s newest solar arrays located across three locations […]Read More
THREE NEW SOLAR ARRAYS ACTIVATED
The University of Utah Research Park has activated several new solar arrays across three locations. The installations, at the 729 Arapeen, 383 Colorow and 295 Chipeta facilities include multiple mounting configurations (rooftop, parking canopy and ground). By the Numbers infographic. PHOTO CREDIT: University of Utah By the Numbers infographic. Download Full-Res Image These new solar […]Read More
Landscape Lab: Collaborative Re-Design of the Williams Building Landscape
The Williams Building property in the University of Utah’s Research Park offers a unique opportunity to host a demonstration project for the Red Butte Creek Strategic Vision. In partnership with the Office of Sustainability, the Global Change and Sustainability Center, campus facilities and planning, and the Real Estate Administration, the CEPD has convened a collaborative design […]Read More
HOW CAN WE HELP?
Our Operations Team serves the University of Utah community by providing property management services, building maintenance, and management of small construction projects primarily within properties owned by the University of Utah Research Foundation as well as for multi-tenanted properties.