The TLG Tour Continues – Kaysville, UT!
March 29 | 2018





With the motivation to help the J-U-B office (in addition to a shorter commute), The Langdon Group expanded their Utah offices and Dan Adams opened their second Utah location in Kaysville in 2008. The office expanded as team members migrated to the new location and new members were added as the TLG project’s grew! Today, the Kaysville team includes Dan Adams (Principal), Andy Neff (Senior Project Manager), Josh King (Project Manager) and Zoe Rogich (Project Coordinator).

The Kaysville TLG team has worked on an exciting array of projects, with many being the first of its kind. Some of these project include:

  • Utah Department of Transportation – The Kaysville office has had the opportunity to work on various UDOT projects with the most current being The West Davis Corridor Impact Statement. The team was lucky enough to drive the public involvement and be the lead facilitator for the largest EIS in Utah history!
  • Utah Transit Authority – With various UTA projects the TLG team has worked on, Kaysville’s most current journey is leading the public involvement for the Provo Orem TRIP (Transportation Improvement Project), UTA’s first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project in Utah!
  • Weber Basin Water Conservancy District (WBWCD) – Although TLG does a lot of work within transportation, that’s not their only specialty. In fact, the Kaysville TLG office has been a hub for water work. One of the most current projects has been working with WBWCD. Through various stakeholder interviews and task force meetings, TLG and Weber Basin are getting close to completing Utah’s first drought contingency plan. In addition to the drought plan, Kaysville TLG is leading the PI on Weber Basin’s water metering project – the first of its kind in Utah!

Next stop on the TLG office tour…back to the Gem State!