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Hill cuts ribbon on new software facility

(Left to right) Randall Woodbury, Woodbury Corporation president, Dave Williamsen, Enhanced Use Lease program manager, Col. Jon Eberlan, 75th Air Base Wing commander, Gary Harter, Utah Department of Veterans and Military Affairs executive director, Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland, Air Force Sustainment Center commander, Maj. Gen. Stacy Hawkins, Ogden Air Logistics Complex commander, Jim Diamond, 309th Software Maintenance Group director, and Juan Gonazales-Garza, Hunt Companies Inc. vice president of development, cut a ribbon during a ceremony Feb. 8, 2019, celebrating the opening of a new 309th Software Maintenance Group support facility at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The $35 million facility has 15,300 square feet of laboratory space and will accommodate an anticipated growth of around 1,600 personnel currently to more than 3,000 personnel over the next decade. Construction of the facility was funded in part by the Utah state legislature that appropriated $21.5 million. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar)

(U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar)

(Left to right) Randall Woodbury, Woodbury Corporation president, Dave Williamsen, Enhanced Use Lease program manager, Col. Jon Eberlan, 75th Air Base Wing commander, Gary Harter, Utah Department of Veterans and Military Affairs executive director, Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland, Air Force Sustainment Center commander, Maj. Gen. Stacy Hawkins, Ogden Air Logistics Complex commander, Jim Diamond, 309th Software Maintenance Group director, and Juan Gonazales-Garza, Hunt Companies Inc. vice president of development, cut a ribbon during a ceremony Feb. 8, 2019, celebrating the opening of a new 309th Software Maintenance Group support facility at Hill Air Force Base, Utah.

The $35 million facility has 15,300 square feet of laboratory space and will accommodate an anticipated growth of around 1,600 personnel currently to more than 3,000 personnel over the next decade. Construction of the facility was funded in part by the Utah state legislature that appropriated $21.5 million.