GRC Mixer and Networking Social
A Night at the Museum
Monday, October 2
The GRC Annual Meeting is the geothermal event with a reputation for bringing together the largest gathering of the geothermal community. This year’s not to miss evening event is the GRC Mixer and Networking Social on Monday, October 2, at the Natural History Museum of Utah.
Networking opportunities galore, this event promises to be one of a kind – mingle with conference attendees and industry leaders in a superb setting.
Natural History Museum of Utah
The Natural History Museum of Utah is located in the Rio Tinto Center. Located in the foothills above Salt Lake City, the building is an accomplishment of the community and serves to further the Museum's mission: to illuminate the natural world and the place of humans within it.
Nestled into the foothills of the Wasatch Mountain Range, the Rio Tinto Center rests on a series of terraces that follow the contours of the hillside, blending into the environment. The building is located along the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, a popular location for hiking and mountain biking, which serves as the Museum's "main street".
The building is immediately recognizable due to the 42,000 square feet of standing seam copper that wraps the exterior of the building. The copper, mined from Kennecott Utah Copper's Bingham Canyon Mine located across the Salt Lake Valley from the new Museum site, is installed in horizontal bands of various heights to represent the layered rock formations seen throughout Utah.
301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Less than 5 miles from the Salt Palace Convention Center
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