About Zwick Construction
Zwick Construction Company was founded by Bill Zwick in 1969 with a business plan to grow and become a multi-generational business. Bill grew the company until it was acquired by his son in 1978.
Bill was succeeded in business by his son, Craig, who purchased the company and grew it successfully from 1978 to 1989. In 1989 he accepted a full-time, volunteer position from his church, and moved his family to Chile to serve for three years. In 1992, he returned to Utah and was soon appointed by the Governor to be the Executive Director of the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) See related article.
In 1995, W. Craig Zwick again entered into a full-time, volunteer position with his church, serving as a General Authority of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints.
Darin Zwick, Craig's son, now leads Zwick Construction Company as President and CEO. Darin graduated from Brigham Young University and began his construction career working for two national commercial contractors. Nine years later, he purchased Zwick Construction Company from his father, reopening the firm in 2007.
Centers of Excellence
Zwick has completed projects in several categories, including:
Religious places of worship
Tenant Improvement / Buildout
Restaurant and Retail
Transportation and Distribution
Zwick Construction Company has completed projects in Arizona, California, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Wyoming, Utah and Cordoba, Argentina.