Associate Members

The Utah Redevelopment Association has several Associate Members that provide services to cities and towns related to economic development and redevelopment.  Information on each of these firms can be obtained by contacting the companies.


Smith Hartvigsen

Smith Hartvigsen is a law firm that has experience representing local governments, redevelopment agencies, and private developers with redevelopment issues, and are constantly monitoring legislation that may affect the firm’s redevelopment clients.  Smith Hartvigsen offers expertise to address your community’s redevelopment needs and also works closely with bankers, bond counsel, and other consultants as needed to provide the full range of expertise needed to make your community’s project a success.

Craig Smith, Partner
(801) 413-1600


Oswald & Feil, P.C.

Oswald & Feil is a law firm that specializes in urban renewal (redevelopment), economic development and community development matters in Utah. Randy Feil has represented numerous redevelopment agencies regarding establishing project area plans and budgets, property acquisition, development of real estate (including housing), bonding, and general administrative matters.

Randy Feil, President
(801) 296-9898


Capstone Strategies, LLC

Capstone Strategies is a Utah public affairs, governmental relations and lobbying firm.  Capstone specializes in government relations, legislative lobbying, municipal development and communications.

Dave Spatafore, Owner
(801) 541-4441



BR LOGO Bonneville Research

Bonneville Research assists state and local governments find workable solutions and to establish quality and sustainable public policy.  We often work with private developers and public agencies in assessing the future economics and outcomes of real estate projects, economic development plans and opportunities for public/private partnerships. Bonneville Research offers a diverse array of economic analysis and tools to answer complex problems. Bonneville Research has been performing blight surveys and budgets for redevelopment project areas in Utah for over 25 years.

Jon Springmeyer, President
(801) 364-5300