Layton Construction Company

Crews from Sandy-based Layton Construction began its demolition on Monday, Aug. 24, of the The University of Utah's Rice-Eccles Stadium. Crews started the dismantling of the Space Clarke Football Center in the south end zone. After months of excavating, pouring of deep foundations and placement of shoring walls, the first steel will begin to be erected in October.

Layton Construction recently announced the winners at the 33rd annual Associated Schools of Construction Student Competition and Construction Management Conference. The Utah-based company awarded first place in the Region 6, Mixed-Use category to BYU.

Decades in the making, The Summit is a new 23,000-sq. ft. glass-enclosed guest services center perched on the highest peak at Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort in Utah. Through thoughtful design and construction, project leaders GSBS Architecture and Layton Construction solved soil stability challenges at 11,000 ft.

Dixie State University began construction on its new Human Performance Center with a groundbreaking ceremony and open house that celebrated the addition of the allied health facility to campus. The ceremony took place at noon on Oct. 25 at the Human Performance Center build site, which recently has served as the Student Activities Center parking lot.

Dixie State University has selected Layton Construction to build the university's 155,000-sq.-ft. Human Performance Center. Using a value-based model, Dixie State looked at builders' qualifications, management plans and construction costs and awarded the bid to the company that performed best overall.

Vivint Smart Home Arena, a premier sports and entertainment venue of the Intermountain West located in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, will be transformed as the result of a $125 million renovation. The majority of the construction will begin at the conclusion of the 2016-17 Utah Jazz basketball season with anticipated completion by fall 2017.