Lance Greer – Industry Expert on 3D Survey Technology

Lance Greer, Area Manager of Survey & Automated Machine Guidance for W.W. Clyde & Co., was recently published in Utah Construction & Design magazine. In his editorial, Lance talks about the state of Utah's record-setting pace in utilizing 3D survey technology in highway construction. From pre-construction through construction and project completion, 3D survey, drone and digital modeling technology is improving the efficiency…

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Nate Neal becomes a Certified Safety Professional

We would like to recognize W.W. Clyde & Co. Safety Manager, Nathan (Nate) Neal for becoming a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) through the Board of Certified Safety Professionals rigorous certification process. Nate is an outstanding safety leader and we are proud to have him on our team. His dedication to keeping our employees and community safe makes us a better company. To learn…

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JOINT VENTURE ANNOUNCED BETWEEN ISLAND BUILDERS

JOINT VENTURE ANNOUNCED BETWEEN ISLAND BUILDERS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                            February 20, 2017   HONOLULU, Hawaii—W.W. Clyde & Co. and Layton Construction Company, LLC have announced plans to enter into a joint-venture partnership, where the two companies will bring together 155 years of combined professional construction services to serve customers in the Hawaiian Islands.   W.W. Clyde & Co. is a heavy civil construction company with a…

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1939

1939

Post 5 of '90 Years in the Making' – A W.W. Clyde & Co. Blog Series Government Sponsored Contracts The government’s investment in road construction helped keep W.W. Clyde & Co. busy during the Great Depression. W.W.’s attention to detail and flexibility allowed him to be extremely successful on government projects, where government mandates often required per hour contracts to maximize…

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Incorporation

Incorporation

Post 4 of '90 Years in the Making' – A W.W. Clyde & Co. Blog Series The Great Depression Economic conditions in the late 20’s and early 30’s left a definite imprint on W. W. Clyde & Co. The 1929 stock market crash produced the single most devastating economic crisis in American history. Its effects on Utah’s economy were disastrous and…

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Construction Life in the 1920’s

Construction Life in the 1920’s

Post 3 of '90 Years in the Making' – A W.W. Clyde & Co. Blog Series The Highway Contractor In the 1920’s, the contractor was the most essential asset to a construction company, and W.W. took his role seriously. He was the superintendent, bookkeeper, blacksmith, storekeeper, veterinarian, and, sometimes, the cook. Other valuable components to a successful construction company included:…

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The Clyde-Sumsion Years

The Clyde-Sumsion Years

Post 2 of '90 Years in the Making' – A W.W. Clyde & Co. Blog Series Clyde and Sumsion Go Into Business After his first project in Nevada,  where W.W. said they "got nothing but experience, and a lot of it'", W.W. felt he had truly found his niche. With his head up and mind ready, W.W. made his way into…

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A Call for Infrastructure

A Call for Infrastructure

Post 1 of '90 Years in the Making' – A W.W. Clyde & Co. Blog Series Cars for the Common Man In 1908, Ford introduced its Model T –the first practical, affordable personal vehicle designed for the ‘common man’, not just the wealthy or elite. In 1914 it was the first automobile to be mass produced on assembly lines, allowing…

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