As a contractor known for innovation, problem-solving and pioneering technology, Sundt has found a natural home in a state marked by awe-inspiring vistas and boundless horizons.
Operating from offices in Salt Lake City over the past two decades, our work in Utah has expanded and improved infrastructure to keep pace with the state’s growing population and strong economy.
BY LAND AND BY AIR
Much of our work in the Beehive State has focused on aviation, bridges and roadways.
Notable projects include our runway work at the Salt Lake City International Airport, a $3.3 million self-perform concrete project at Michael Army Airfield at Dugway Proving Ground and a $25 million project with the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) to construct a new bridge and interchange on I-215 at Redwood Road.
RISING TO THE CHALLENGE
A standout example of Sundt’s expertise in planning, management and self-perform concrete paving (PCCP), Utah’s Michael Army Airfield project included on-site central mix production as well as placing and finishing for a new, 11,000-linear-foot runway, multiple taxiways and two aircraft parking aprons. The project was completed in just 238 days despite several stops to accommodate unscheduled emergency landings (a primary use of the airfield) and was honored with the Excellence in Paving, Commercial Service & Military Airports award from the Utah Chapter of the American Concrete Pavement Association.
Sundt’s work in Utah builds on its standing as ENR’s top-revenue contractor in the Southwest and our reputation as one of the leading builders of roads and highways, bridges and interchanges, airports, hangars and rail facilities across the Western states.