Business Depot Ogden (BDO), formerly a military installation, has been transformed into a business and industrial park and is a vibrant, growing park that has undergone significant changes since the transfer to Ogden City in 1997. This 1,118-acre master planned business park offers over 1.6 million square feet of new construction. To date, Boyer has completed 22 buildings totaling 4 million square feet in the park, with an additional 1.1 million square feet either under construction or in the design and entitlement phase.
The M&L Building (pictured) is a 24,781 square foot Class A corporate office building which was completed of December, 2000. The parking lot consists of approximately 140 parking stalls.
• Depot Dr, Ogden, UT
• 1,118 Acres
Aaron joined The Boyer Company in 2006 and has overseen the development of over 2 million square feet of industrial real estate. Outside of new development projects, he also directs the day-to-day operations and management of Business Depot Ogden; a business park with over 11 million SF of commercial warehouse, office, freezer and manufacturing space. His expertise ranges from spec buildings to complicated build-to-suit projects and he enjoys managing all aspects of building design and construction.
14 years at The Boyer Company
16 years total
Masters of Business Administration – University of Utah
Bachelor of Arts – Weber State University
Cameron joined The Boyer Company in 2008 and currently oversees leasing and development at Business Depot Ogden (BDO). He has negotiated leases for 2.8 million square feet of build to suit projects and an additional 3.5 million square feet of existing space. BDO includes 1,100 acres and 12 million square feet of warehouse, office, and manufacturing space. Outside of BDO, he currently oversees management of 1.1 million square feet other office, retail, and industrial projects in northern Utah and Idaho.
12 years at The Boyer Company
Master of Business Administration – University of Notre Dame
Bachelor of Science in Finance – Brigham Young University