Casey McDonough has been a member of Salt Lake City’s Business Advisory Board since 2011. He represents Council District 4.
Casey has over 25 years of experience in Architecture and is currently CEO of COM Designed. He has also served as Associate Principal and Project Manager at CRSA, Tonkin Hoyne Lokan Architects, and BBSA. From design concept through construction administration, his expertise has placed him on the forefront of retail, multi-family, office, and public-sector projects in Salt Lake City. Casey is an expert in multi-unit housing projects, brings great knowledge in building types, and understands what it takes to get the job off the ground.
He also owns and operate Brio Coffee — coffee carts and a coffee shop with his brother on and near the University of Utah campus. What better way to Salt Lake City’s business with an expert who has a foot in both worlds – building and entrepreneurship?
Thank you Casey for bringing your talents to Salt Lake City!
About the Business Advisory Board:
The Business Advisory Board (BAB) is made up of city business owners and community leaders who partner with Salt Lake City’s Department of Economic Development. Its members are appointed by the mayor and must be SLC residents and/or have ownership interest in a Salt Lake City business. BAB helps direct city economic policy, promotes small business growth, supports local entrepreneurs, and encourages businesses to relocate to our city.
As part of an ongoing effort to keep SLC’s business community in the loop, the BAB shares synopses of monthly meetings on the Salt Lake City Economic Development’s blog page. Recordings are available to the public as well.