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Soil testing started at Horse Station | Preston Citizen

Soil testing started at Horse Station

March 23, 2013
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL

Assistant editor

Soil testing on 167 acres in Franklin at the Horse Station at Cache Valley has begun under the direction of STRATA, a Boise-based company.

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STRATA will oversee geotechnical engineering and testing of the ground as work continues to develop a master plan for the project. The Horse Station will include a hotel, retail, commercial, a mix of equestrian facilities, equine veterinary center, multi-family residential and cultural/educational elements.

Soil-testing work started last week by STRATA on land being developed for The Horse Station of Cache Valley.

Soil-testing work started last week by STRATA on land being developed for The Horse Station of Cache Valley.

The development is located on land adjacent to the Utah border, just off U.S. 91.

Developer Earnest E. Bleinberger said STRATA’s experience in a broad range of professional services that will be required at the Horse Station over time was a key factor in their selection.

This story is sponsored by Beckstead Real Estate.

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