Our Story

  • 1962

    GRAMOLL CONSTRUCTION FOUNDED

    By Robert Gramoll and Harry Clyde in North Salt Lake operating out of Robert’s home office.

  • 1973

    CONSTRUCTED NEW OFFICE SPACE

    New office in North Salt Lake facilitates continued growth of Gramoll Construction.

  • 1980

    Mountain Bell Data Center

    $20-million ($60M today’s value) project in downtown SLC launches Gramoll as a significant contractor in the Utah market.

  • 1990

    MATERIEL TESTING FACILITY

    Technically complex government nerve agent testing facility establishes Gramoll’s technical expertise.

  • 1991

    SECOND GENERATION LEADERSHIP

    After 29 years, Robert Gramoll retires and Jim Gramoll becomes president.

  • 1997

    WILKINSON CENTER AT BYU

    First major higher education project completed by Gramoll Construction launches the company’s commitment to the higher education market in Utah. Project cost $25 million ($60M today’s value) and was awarded “Best 1997 Renovation Over $5M” by Intermountain Contractor.

  • 2006

    Construction Industry Service

    Jim Gramoll - 2006 to present

    2006 AGC of Utah Board Chairman
    2007 to Present AGC National Director
    2018 AGC of America Life Governor

  • 2008

    First LEED certified building on U of U campus

    Sutton Geology Building

    Frederick Albert Sutton Geology & Geophysics Building was completed in 2008 at the University of Utah campus. It received a LEED Gold certification in 2010. Gramoll continues to build towards sustainable building standards.

  • 2010

    USTAR

    The USTAR project at the Utah State University campus was awarded the following:
    LEED Gold Certification
    Building/Industrial Project of the Year by AGC of Utah in 2010
    CM/GC Project of the Year by State of Utah DFCM in 2010
    Best Overall Project of the Year by ENR Mountain States in 2011
    Best Higher Education/Research by ENR Mountain States in 2011
    Engineering Excellence Honor Award by ACEC Utah Chapter in 2011

  • 2010

    SUPERINTENDENT AWARD

    John Thompson

    John Thompson is awarded the AGC Superintendent of the Year award.
    John has been a Gramoll team member since 1985.

  • 2010

    PROJECT MANAGER AWARD

    Ken Romney

    Ken Romney is awarded the AGC Project Manager of the Year award.
    Ken has been a Gramoll team member since 1995.

  • 2013

    SUPERINTENDENT AWARD

    Troy North

    Troy North is awarded the AGC Superintendent of the Year award.
    Troy has been a Gramoll team member since 1994.

  • 2016

    Lassonde Living and Learning Center

    University of Utah

    International Recognition
    LEED Gold Certified – August 2018
    AGC of Utah Award of Excellence – Building Project of the Year – Higher Education/Research
    UC&D 2016 Most Outstanding Project – Public over $10M
    American Concrete Institute – Intermountain Chapter – 2017 Excellence in Concrete Award – Structures: Educational
    IIDA (International Interior Design Association) Intermountain Chapter – BEST Award
    SXSWedu (South by Southwest) overall winner Learn X Design Awards 2017

  • 2016

    ERIC W. RYBERG AWARD

    Jim Gramoll

    Jim Gramoll receives the Eric W. Ryberg Award from the AGC of Utah.

  • 2017

    Dustin Gramoll promoted to Vice President

    Dustin has been a Gramoll team member since 2003.
    Continuing successful Gramoll family leadership into the next generation.

  • 2019

    New Office

    Along with our new office, Gramoll Construction got a whole new look. We are ready to take on your projects with the latest technology.

  • 2022

    Community Impact Award

    Jim Gramoll

    “For many years, Jim Gramoll has been an avid supporter of Safe Harbor Crisis Center and its mission. He has
    committed numerous hours and resources to find ways to mitigate those needs. We are humbled by what they have done for us and know their impact will help all
    those we serve and our entire community in Davis County. Thank you, Jim and the Gramoll Construction team!”

“The reasons we selected Gramoll over other construction companies were: they had experience with sensitive and unique projects such as an art museum, the had a reputation for completing projects on time and within budget, which they delivered on, and possibly most important, they were people we thought we could work well with.”

-Katie Lee-Koven, Executive Director, NEHMA

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