Dell Loy Hansen

Dell Loy Hansen

Dell Loy Hansen is the founder and chief executive officer of The Wasatch Group and is responsible for the overall management of its enterprises and affiliates.  Mr. Hansen is involved in all aspects of commercial and multi-family real estate development, construction, acquisition, sales, leasing financing, and entitlement.  

His entrepreneurial spirit has led the company into various real estate business ventures that complement the company’s portfolio of commercial and multi-family assets.  Mr. Hansen is also an owner in nearly a dozen venture companies, with approximately 900 employees located across Utah, Idaho, and California. The companies range from a recycling and waste disposal company in Sacramento, Calif.; several sports clubs throughout Utah and Idaho, a plastic injection & molding company, a wood milling company, and a golf course in Utah; and one of the largest utility management and billing companies in the United States.

Mr. Hansen served on the Governor’s Board of Business and Economic Development for the state of Utah under Governor Mike Leavitt and on the committee for Utah’s Industrial Assistance Fund.  He is a major contributor to the Hansen Scholars Foundation, which offers scholarships to the Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University for underprivileged students and has founded 11 other charitable foundations benefiting various needs in the state of Utah.

An avid sports fan, Mr. Hansen currently serves on the Utah Sports Commission Board.  Mr. Hansen obtained a bachelor’s degree in political science from Utah State University and maintains residences in Logan, Utah, and Carlsbad, California.