CFC Construction, Inc. Acquired by Utah-Based Construction Firm

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Following more than four decades working in the Centennial state, Golden-based CFC Construction Inc. has been acquired by Salt Lake City, Utah-Big-D Construction.

Serving Colorado and neighboring states for 45 years, CFC Construction will continue to be locally managed and operate under the same name. Chairman and Founder, EJ Olbright, will continue in his role with CFC, along with CFC President Pat Smith.

The strength of Big-D will provide immediate resources to CFC to achieve the company’s long-term strategic goals, including increased financial reserves, a diverse project portfolio, and national partnerships that increase CFC’s efficiencies and competitive advantage.

“We are excited about CFC joining the Big-D family of companies. We chose them because we found we have perfectly aligned values, culture, and vision for the future of CFC.  Our collective strength will allow us to grow while continuing to provide the very best-in-class construction management services to the Colorado market. It will also ensure we take care of our greatest asset, our associates, who will be able to further expand and develop their careers,” said Olbright.

Big-D Construction Chairman Jack Livingood said,“This acquisition is part of Big-D’s vision to strengthen our company through alliances with premier builders and talented project teams in selected markets. CFC has a reputation for providing clients innovative solutions and strong leadership. We are honored to be partners and excited to be a part of their future.”

Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, Big-D Companies is one of the largest groups of contractors in the United States. Combined, Big-D has thousands of successfully completed projects with over $2.5 billion of annual revenue.  Strengthened by more than 1,400 associates, Big-D has 16 offices in nine states from Minnesota to California. Regional offices are in Salt Lake City, Ogden, Lindon and Park City, Utah; Jackson, Wyoming; Pleasanton and Irvine, California; St. Paul, Minnesota; Idaho Falls, Idaho; and Tempe, Arizona.


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