Capital Projects Manager David Murphy

The West Jordan Capital Projects Group provides citizens with cost-effective, professional design and surveying services that comply with city, state and federal requirements, with either in-house staff or outside consulting services, for all Capital Projects to enhance public health, safety, and welfare for the water, sewer, storm drain, parks and transportation systems.

The Capital Projects Group is responsible for water distribution, wastewater collection, stormwater, and streets, including capital improvement planning and construction.

Active Projects

7800 South Widening and Realignment of New Bingham Highway

Contractor:  Kilgore Contracting

Contract Amount: $4,929,100.90

Project Manager: Dave Murphy, 801-569-5074

Project Dates March 25, 2019  -  January 20, 2020

Click Here for 7800 South & New Bingham Highway Construction Page (including past project updates)

All completion dates are scheduled to change due to weather and equipment.

November Update

Phase 2 of the project is mostly complete.  Traffic can currently travel both eastbound and westbound on 7800 South between 4000 West and Airport Road. In spring 2020 the roadway will receive the final 2 inches of asphalt, striping and manhole raising.  It should take approximately one month to complete this work.

Phase 3 will begin in spring 2020 and take approximately two months. This phase will build new lanes on Jordan Landing Boulevard and 4000 West.  A right turn lane will be added on the Jordan Landing Boulevard side (northwest corner), and a new acceptance lane on the 4000 West (southwest corner).  

Additional information can be found on the project page.

View the map showing the road modifications.

Big Bend Habitat Restoration Project

Contractor:  Redoubt Restoration

Contract Amount:  $883,855.30

Project Manager: Justin Stoker, 801-569-5762

Project Dates:  June - December 2019

The project location is on the Jordan River at approximately 9000 South 700 West. The over Big Bend project proposes the installation of an approximately 4-acre Urban Fishery pond with 2 inlet channels and an outlet channel into the Jordan River.

This phase will construct the pond, the outlet channel, and outfall structure.

Zone 4 New Bingham Highway Transmission Main Project

Contractor: Condie Construction Company

Contract Amount: $1,277,334.00

Location:  New Bingham Highway 6700 West - 6000 West 

Project Manager: Greg Davenport, 801-569-5077

Project Dates: Summer-Fall 2019

This project will install a zone 4 20-inch water transmission line from the water reservoir at 6700 west to approximately 6000 West along New Bingham Highway.  Zone 4 services the industrial park and many residential neighborhoods between 6000 West to 4800 West.

Zone 3 Transmission Main Project

Contractor: Reynolds Excavation, Demolition & Utilities

Contract Amount: $941,685.00

Location:  Highlands Loop Road (MVC from 7600 South to 5600 West)

Project Manager: Greg Davenport, 801-569-5077

Project Dates: 

This project will install 3,500 linear feet of a pressure Zone 3 20-inch water transmission line from a proposed Zone 3 water tank adjacent to the Mountain View Corridor at approximately 7600 South to 5600 South. This new waterline will provide greater stability to zone pressure after the tank is constructed.  Zone 3 serves residential neighborhoods between 5200 West and 3600 West. 

Zone 3 North 3 MG Reservoir Project

Contractor: ProBuild Construction, Inc.

Contract Amount: $4,498,868.97

Location:  7800 South Mountain View Corridor

Project Manager: Greg Davenport, 801-569-5077

Project Dates:

This project will add needed water storage in pressure zone 3, which serves the area east of 5490 West. The reservoir will be built north of 7800 South and east of the Mountain View Corridor.

Redwood Road Multimodal Study

The Redwood Road Multimodal Transportation Study conducted a survey from the residents of the cities that Redwood Road runs through. The goal of the study is to develop a preferred multimodal transportation solution for Redwood Road that considers automobiles, transit, bicycles, pedestrians, and land use. The study will also identify an implementation plan for short, medium, and long-term aspects of the preferred solution.


The Redwood Road Multimodal Transportation Study is an open and inclusive collaboration between Salt Lake City, West Valley City, Taylorsville City, West Jordan City, South Jordan City, Sandy City, Salt Lake County, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC), and the Utah Transit Authority (UTA).


Here are the links -

Survey Results


View the Redwood Road Multimodal Study and Story Map

UDOT - Bangerter Highway Interchanges

Overall UDOT Bangerter Project


UDOT 6200 South Bangerter Project  

      Map of 6200 South and Fox Hills Drive/Dixie Drive intersection realignment.

The Utah Department of Transportation is taking more steps toward slowly converting Bangerter Highway into a freeway.

Public Information Line:  888-766-ROAD (7623); Email

For current Salt Lake area traffic impacts visit UDOT's Commuterlink page.

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Public Works Administration

7960 South 4000 West

West Jordan, UT 84088


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West Jordan City has completed numerous projects.  View a list of projects and details.

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Mayor Dirk Burton

Councilmember Chris McConnehey (District 1)

Councilmember Melissa Worthen (District 2)

Councilmember Zach Jacob (District 3)

Councilmember David Pack (District 4)

Councilmember Chad Lamb (At Large)

Councilmember Kayleen Whitelock (At Large)

Councilmember Kelvin Green (At Large)

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