WW Clyde was founded in Springville, Utah in 1926 by Wilford W. Clyde. Our founder W. W. Clyde valued giving a full honest day’s work, taking care of his employees, and producing a high-quality product. Today, we continue to operate with those same values as one of the longest-running heavy civil construction companies with over 300 employees. We are privately owned, and many of W. W. Clyde’s posterity continues to lead the company. With his vision, W.W. Clyde & Co. expanded into the many Clyde Companies existing today – Geneva Rock, Sunroc, Sunpro, and more.

We started as a mining and residential builder with teams of horses and fresno scrapers in the early 20th century. With the invention of the automobile and the Highway Act of 1921, W.W. recognized the potential of the road construction industry. The first road contract successfully bid was $150,000, located in northern Nevada, near the Pequops mountains just west of Wendover. W.W. and his partner, James Sumsion, traveled with just one fresno dirt scraper and 4 horses to complete the job. That was the first road that was laid by W.W. Clyde and James Sumsion. In 2019, that same road was worked on by WW Clyde for a lane expansion and road improvement, almost 100 years later.

Today, we utilize the most cutting edge equipment and complete hundred-million-dollar contracts across multiple states. We honor our past as we build the future.

WW Clyde has earned a large breadth and depth of experience in heavy civil construction projects over the last 100 years. We have weathered the test of time through economic cycles because we know what is required to succeed.

Working in both public and private sectors, WW Clyde has built a massive portfolio of experience that includes highways, pipelines, bridges, dams, airports, mining operations, environmental reclamation, and mass earthwork projects throughout Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and Arizona.

A lasting dedication to our founding core values has given us a reputation of integrity, quality, and treating everyone with dignity and respect. Our core values are: We Value People; Our Word is Our Bond; Always Give a Full Measure; and Quality Products and Services at the Best Value.

WW Clyde was founded in Springville, Utah in 1926 by Wilford W. Clyde. Our founder W. W. Clyde valued giving a full honest day’s work, taking care of his employees, and producing a high-quality product. Today, we continue to operate with those same values as one of the longest-running heavy civil construction companies with over 300 employees. We are privately owned, and many of W. W. Clyde’s posterity continues to lead the company. With his vision, W.W. Clyde & Co. expanded into the many Clyde Companies existing today – Geneva Rock, Sunroc, Sunpro, and more.

We started as a mining and residential builder with teams of horses and fresno scrapers in the early 20th century. With the invention of the automobile and the Highway Act of 1921, W.W. recognized the potential of the road construction industry. The first road contract successfully bid was $150,000, located in northern Nevada, near the Pequops mountains just west of Wendover. W.W. and his partner, James Sumsion, traveled with just one fresno dirt scraper and 4 horses to complete the job. That was the first road that was laid by W.W. Clyde and James Sumsion. In 2019, that same road was worked on by WW Clyde for a lane expansion and road improvement, almost 100 years later.

Today, we utilize the most cutting edge equipment and complete hundred-million-dollar contracts across multiple states. We honor our past as we build the future.

WW Clyde has earned a large breadth and depth of experience in heavy civil construction projects over the last 100 years. We have weathered the test of time through economic cycles because we know what is required to succeed.

Working in both public and private sectors, WW Clyde has built a massive portfolio of experience that includes highways, pipelines, bridges, dams, airports, mining operations, environmental reclamation, and mass earthwork projects throughout Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and Arizona.

A lasting dedication to our founding core values has given us a reputation of integrity, quality, and treating everyone with dignity and respect. Our core values are: We Value People; Our Word is Our Bond; Always Give a Full Measure; and Quality Products and Services at the Best Value.

Part of the Clyde Companies

When you partner with WW Clyde, you partner with the Clyde Companies, a leader in construction in the Western United States for nearly 100 years. Clyde Companies provides a wealth of additional resources and services through our close network of sister companies, including Geneva Rock, Sunroc, Sunpro, Scott Contracting, Bridge Source, Beehive Insurance, and GWC Capital.  

bridgesource
GWC Capital
1926
Company Formed

Company Formed

WW Clyde & Co. is formed by W.W. Clyde in 1926
1933
WW Clyde Incorporated

WW Clyde Incorporated

W.W. Clyde & Co. became incorporated under the laws of the State of Utah.

1937
More than $1.5 million in contracts

More than $1.5 million in contracts

Company was completing more than $1.5 million in contracts annually

1940
Salt Lake City Airport Expansion

Salt Lake City Airport Expansion

The Salt Lake City International Airport expansion in the 1940s

1950
Salt Lake City State Street

Salt Lake City State Street

State Street in Salt Lake City in the 1950s

1958
Heber Valley Main Street

Heber Valley Main Street

Heber City Main Street

1960
Arthur V. Watkins Dam

Arthur V. Watkins Dam

The Aurthur V. Watkins Dam

1969
Starvation Reservoir Bridge

Starvation Reservoir Bridge

US-50 Starvation Reservoir Bridge

1969
Colorado Bridge

Colorado Bridge

Colorado Bridge

1970
Milestone Projects

Milestone Projects

Church of Jesus Christ Office Building

1980
Green River Bridge/I-215

Green River Bridge/I-215

Green River Bridge

1990
Milestone Projects

Milestone Projects

Kennecott Copper Mine

2000
Legacy Parkway

Legacy Parkway

Segment 3 of the Legacy Parkway Project

2002
Winter Olympics

Winter Olympics

2002 Winter Olympics Projects

2003
Heber Valley Youth Camp 2001

Heber Valley Youth Camp 2001

Heber Valley Youth Camp

2004
Olmsted Pipeline Alternative Delivery Project has been part of the hundreds of miles installed by WW Clyde

Olmsted Pipeline

Olmsted Flowline rehabilitation and replacement

2007
Brush Fluro

Brush Fluro

Brush Fluro Strip Mining

2007
70,000,000 | Gallons a day can be moved through the 12 mile Point of the Mountain Aqueduct

Point of the Mountain Aqueduct

Point of the Mountain Aqueduct Pipeline

2008
Jordanelle Hydroelectric Plant

Jordanelle Hydroelectric Plant

Jordanelle Dam Hydroelectric Plant

2008
utah valley 20 Million Gallon water tank constructed by WW Clyde

Utah Valley 20 Million Gallon Water Tank

Utah Valley 20 Million Gallon Water Tank

2010
US-93 Twin Falls

Twin Falls Alternate Route

US-93; Twin Falls Alternate Route

2010
Duchesne Valley Water Treatment Plant

Duchesne Valley Water Treatment Plant

Duchesne Valley Water Treatment Plant

2010
Pioneer Crossing structures built

Pioneer Crossing Design-Build

Pioneer Crossing Design-Build

2011
Lakeside ll Power Project

Lakeside ll Power Project

Lakeside ll Power Project

2012
Mountain View Corridor

Mountain View Corridor

Mountain View Corridor Segments 1-5 CMGC

2012
Nine Mile Canyon

Nine Mile Canyon

Nine Mile Canyon Road Improvements Phase I CMGC

2013
Fairview Dam

Fairview Dam

Fairview Dam Rehabilitation

2013
Southern Parkway Phase 4

Southern Parkway Phase 4

Southern Parkway Road Phase 4

2016
Growth & Expansion

Growth & Expansion

New Headquarters building in Orem, UT

2016
Pioneer Wind Farm

Pioneer Wind Farm

Pioneer Wind Farm

2018
Provo-Orem Transportation

Provo-Orem Transportation

Provo-Orem Transportation Improvements CMGC

2018
Bangerter Highway Overpass

Bangerter Highway

4 Bridges on Bangerter Highway Design-Build