As we welcome in a new year, we can look back on 2023 and see a year full of opportunities and challenges. 2023 was a successful year for Zwick Construction, due to the efforts of each employee. We started and completed projects, learned together, served alongside each other, and celebrated successes.
Since January 2023, our teams have turned over many impressive projects, including Bowers Residences, 6th + Main, Lewis Landing Phase I, Intermountain Health projects, 4850 & 4900 Hollywood, a DFCU branch, and more.
We also began building notable projects like the Peak JCB Dealership, Cold Springs/View 21, Heber Storage, and others.
2023 wasn’t just a year of work though. On many occasions, our teams got together to have some fun. We enjoyed Halloween chili cook-offs in October, got better acquainted with our suppliers and trade partners in August, donated hundreds of hours and supplies in September, celebrated the holidays in December, and gathered for barbecues throughout the year.
Because of the balance of work and play, Zwick Construction was awarded a Top Workplace by the Salt Lake Tribune for the second year in a row. This is a huge accomplishment and represents each individual’s commitment to creating a healthy culture.
Likewise, an individual who has been especially committed to the company, Mitch Berger, was awarded the 2022 Core Value Award. We congratulate him on this high honor.
The Lindon Utah Temple team was also awarded for their excellence. In January, the team received the “Safe Project of the Year” award. This honor is given for consistent safe practices through monthly safety audits.
While 2023 has been a great year, we’re looking forward to more exciting work in 2024. Our teams are expected to turn over several projects and break ground on even more projects, like Desert Edge Clubhouse and Liberty Wells.
Thanks for making our 16th year in operations a wonderful one! We hope to take the valuable lessons learned into the new year and beyond. Best wishes to everyone for a happy and successful 2024!