The annual Summit Awards were created to recognize exemplary service provided by companies and businesses in Sandy. The awards recognize their dedication to providing the best product and service possible to their community.http://www.sandy.utah.gov
Henry Walker Homes was named Home Builder of the Year for taking great pride in the homes they are currently building in the Garden Glen subdivision in part of historic Sandy.
Pictured from left to right are: Scott Marsell, Guy Trawick, Rick Isaacson, Mayor Tom Dolan and Mike Coulam.
Cantina Southwestern Grill was awarded Restaurant of the Year for their continued commitment in providing quality restaurants in the Sandy community. Cantina Southwestern Grill is the third restaurant in Sandy owned by Hersh Ipaktchian; number one and two are Iggy's in South Towne and at Union Heights.
Pictured from left to right are: Robbie Burgess and Antonio Palacios with Mayor Dolan.
J&J Technical Solutions was awarded Small Business of the Year for their dedication in helping small businesses in the Sandy area by providing technology solutions for website management and social media needs.
Pictured from left to right are: Jon Barnes, Jeff Barnes and Mayor Tom Dolan.
4Life Research was awarded Large Business of the Year. 4Life manufactures immune support supplements, as well as many other health and wellness products. In the 15 years since the company has been in business, they have been recognized as the 15th-fastest growing company by Inc. 500 and have expanded their operations into 20 countries around the world.
Pictured from left to right are: Sheri Tew, Steve Tew, Bianca Lisonbee and David Lisonbee with Mayor Tom Dolan.
R. L. Engebretson was named as Community Development Architect of the Year for their quality workmanship and total customer care in the recent construction of the Scheels building.
Pictured from left to right are: Nick Duerksen, Scott Marsell, Gil Avellar, R. L. Engebretson, Mayor Tom Dolan and Mike Coulam.
Commercial Builder of the Year was awarded to Q & D Construction for their professional and competent attitude while working closely with Sandy City staff on the Scheels building, the single largest retail building in Sandy to date at 220,000 square feet.
Pictured from left to right are: Nick Duerksen, Scott Marsell, Gil Avellar, Tobin Basta, Tim Kretzschmar, Mayor Tom Dolan and Mike Coulam.