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Big-D Construction Announces Opening of Park City, Utah Office

This is the firm’s ninth office, and fourth in the state of Utah.

Fri January 22, 2016 - West Edition
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This is the firm’s ninth office, and fourth in the state of Utah.
This is the firm’s ninth office, and fourth in the state of Utah.

Big-D Construction has opened a new office in Park City, Utah. This is the firm's ninth office, and fourth in the state of Utah.

The new office will primarily support Big-D's Signature Group, a division of the company that focuses on the construction of high-end residential and resort projects.

“Big-D has been constructing projects in Park City for over 30 years, including the current expansion of the Park City Medical Center. This time, we finally decided to stay,” said Mike Kerby, vice president of the Park City office. “We are not only committed to building the best projects, we are committed to being part of the community for the long term.”

Some of Big-D's notable projects in the Park City area include the Swaner Eco Center; Newpark Hotel & Condominiums; Newpark Town Center; Cottonwood Newpark Office Buildings; the current Park City Medical Center Expansion; as well as Victory Ranch, a project consisting of 23 high-end cabins, nine of which are currently under construction.

Big-D Construction Corporation has more than 48 years of experience in providing design-build, general contracting and construction management services to customers from a wide variety of industries. As one of the largest construction companies in the country, Big-D employs more than 700 associates throughout the United States. Regional offices are located in Salt Lake City, Ogden, Lindon and Park City, Utah; Pleasanton, Calif.; Phoenix, Ariz.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Las Vegas, Nev.; and Jackson Hole, Wyo.

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