W.W. Clyde & Co. was founded in 1926 by Wilford W. Clyde. Still locally owned and operated, the company now has 250 employees and has completed heavy civil construction projects throughout the Intermountain West, including environmental reclamation and building highways, bridges, dams, airports, mines, and golf courses. In fact, W.W. Clyde & Co. has constructed more miles of interstate highway in Utah than any other contractor. Notable projects throughout its 80-year history include the St. George and Salt Lake airports in the 1940s, Salt Lake’s State Street and the Glen Canyon Dam access road in the 1950s, Willard Dam and Starvation Bridge in the 1960s, the LDS Church office building and Utah Power & Light plant and substation in the 1970s, the Green River bridge and I-215 belt route in the 1980s, Barney’s Canyon Pipeline and South Towne Mall in the 1990s, and a wide array of work for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games.